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May 13th, 2008 – Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Service Information
Fort Snelling National Cemeter
Monday, February 4th, 2008
11am

Visitation Information

Edwin George John Valley, 56, of Avon died suddenly in his home Wednesday, January 30th, 2008.

On May 13th, 1951, in St. Paul, Minnesota, Edwin and Amelia (nee Gilles) Valley was blessed with a son and named him Edwin George John Valley.

Edwin is survived by daughters: Jillian Valley of Big Lake, Christina (Matthew) Handt of Waverly, and Shannon Valley of Big Lake and 5 grandchildren.

Edwin will have a Graveside Service at Fort Snelling National Cemetery in Minneapolis on Monday, February 4th, 2008 at 11am. We will be meeting in Lane 4 at the cemetery prior to the service.

5 Guestbook Entries

  1. susan Ogaard

    Eddie was in my life since I was 16 years old.. He was like a Father to me,he always made sure that I had a roof over my head and made sure that I was safe.. He was the best person ever!! I will always love Ediie!! Love Always And Forever,Susan Ogaard

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  2. Lulu Heath

    Edwin has been a special part of Mothers life for many many years, they were like two pea’s in a pot!! Edwin & Mother and Cody lived a very happy life together. Edwin will be very missed by Mother & Cody They loved him very much! Love Always And Forever,Lulu Heath & Cody Schroeder

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  3. Vernon & Janice Holland (nee Endres)

    We extend our sincerest sympathies to the family.

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  4. Tim Mangni

    Eddie and I were friends from the time I moved to Buffalo when we were both 14 years old. We had lots of fun together. I hope he had a good live. Too bad it was cut short. I hope the sweet woman he married in his youth and his children are doing well.
    We’re so sorry for his passing

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  5. william schroeder

    Well Eddie, now you can R.I.P. You will always be missed. You know you were in our family for many years. We all miss you very much and every day we do. You were like a dad to me and my sister and Cody will always miss you. Now you are up with your brothers. R.I.P Thank you for being there for me when I was younger. We all love and miss you.

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