In Memory

Valorie Erb

Valorie Erb

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02/14/19 08:14 PM #1    

Roger Fritts

Sat behind me in home room.  I found her a little intimating because her father was Brigadier General Norman Erb, Arizona state Selective Service chief. 


08/29/19 02:38 PM #2    

Brenda Delk (DeFilippo)

I met Valerie in 6th grade. She was one of the Grand Avenue kids that came up to Heard (Grand Ave only went through 5th grade). We became fast friends which lasted to the end. The trouble we got into was the making of many a fun time and great laughs later on. She was fun, a good friend and mischievous. After she moved to Utah she would still come back to Phoenix to visit. We would get together and have some fun, fun times and often Susie McKendrik would join in. I still keep in touchwith her sister Susan. She is dearly missed!


08/29/19 02:57 PM #3    

Lynne Standlee (Hinchcliffe)

 

Oh my goodness.  I knew Valerie from kindergarten on.  Walked by her house eeryday to and from school.  And as Brenda said she had a mischievious side, which we all joined together with.  When we got to Heard and made our new best friends we were quite playful, to say the least. we could all laugh for hours at a time.  Her life was shorter than we ever expected.  She had a special place in many lives.

 

 


09/09/19 11:32 PM #4    

Gary Fasula

 I remember Valorie from grade school. We went to Grand Ave then Heard. Funny, she went on a date with me  beleive it or not in 3rd grade. We met at goofy golf at Thomas anf 23 ave. then we went to Ladmos for burgers and a drink. I spent my penny colection LOL... At the end of the date she dumped her drink on me. So sorry to hear that she past away.

 

 

 


09/12/19 03:21 PM #5    

Julie Diaz

Valerie was always so sweet. Her smile would melt your heart. I am sorry she is gone. She had so much love to give. Her personality was infectous. You are missed a lot. Rest in peace Angel. XO Julie Diaz


09/13/19 10:34 AM #6    

Cynthia Jolly (Zuck)

Oh Lordy the trouble we would end up in, it never started out that way intentionally, she was my closest friend from 3rd grade till high school and we started making new friends but I never forgot her or all the friends we had in grade school at Heard. She is missed by so many of us.


09/13/19 11:36 AM #7    

Carol Hazelett

I THINK I HAVE ALREADY SENT IN A COMMENT ABOUT FUN VALERIE (CAN'T FIND IT NOW) BUT WE HAD 4TH, 5TH & 8TH GRADE CLASSES TOGETHER AND WENT ALL THRU GRAND AVENUE & HEARD GRADE SCHOOLS AND WEST TOGETHER. SHE WAS IN MY MOM'S CAMP FIRE GIRL GROUP WHICH I AM TRYING TO RE-CONNECT THOSE 18 "GIRLS" NOW!!!   FOUND 14 BUT VALERIE IS THE ONLY ONE I KNOW HAS PASSED ON, SADLY.  I  DID LOVE HER DEARLY EVEN THO. SHE'S THE ONE WHO TAUGHT ME TO SMOKE AND DRINK.... & I DIDN'T "GET  IT" BECAUSE SHE WAS A MORMAN AND I WAS A CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST... AND SUPOSIDLY NOT SUPOSED TO DO EITHER!!!  WE HAD FUN!  AND THAT IS WHAT LIFE IS ABOUT.  CAROL HAZELETT. 

 


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