Above all, Valarie loved Jesus more than anything…
June 13, 1958 ~ December 28, 2013
…A few things that Valarie meant to family, close friends, and many more people…
~Daughter~ to Jack and Laurel Haynes. In addition to being a dedicated and loving daughter to her parents, Jack and Laurel Haynes, she was especially a close friend and “prayer partner” for her mother, Laurel.
~Sister~ Valarie was the oldest of four sisters, Vicki, Suzanne, and Jacque. She extended her all to her sisters and they considered her as much more than a sister, but a friend who would stand with them anytime.
~Wife~ Valarie was truly a Proverbs 31 wife to husband, Kris. Lovingly devoted, and dedicated… “until death do we part”…
~Mother~ her tireless labor of love towards her children was exemplified every moment that she was with them. She was not only “mom” to her own children, but to many others who adopted her as “mom”.
~Aunt~ She was a much loved “aunt” to her biological nieces and nephews and to several others who chose “Aunt” over Mom or Grandma.
~Grandma~ Valarie demonstrated an extraordinarily deep love and attention to her own seven grandchildren, Alex Weythman 17, Jayde Weythman 14, Alicia Hastings 12, Brittni Hastings 11, Shyanna Weythman 6, Caylen 2-weeks, and Rhyder 2-weeks. She loved and embraced many other “grandchildren” as well.
~Faithful Friend~ One could not ask for a truer or more faithful friend than Valarie. She was not only a friend to everyone, she was a very close friend to many.
~A “Safe Place”~ She was a “safe place” for anyone to confide in, including her mother, to whom she was not only a daughter, but a very close friend.
~Seamstress~ Professionally, Valarie was a unique custom seamstress who did not back down from any challenge what-so-ever. When she faced an “unknown”, she would think the issue through and design a pattern to resolve it, from “hatchling nets” for the Leavenworth fish hatchery to custom costumes for a variety of events.
~Teacher~ Valarie homeschooled all of her own children, at least up to and some through, the High School years. When they were of age, she continued to homeschool her five grandchildren for several years.
Valarie, you blessed us while you were here.
…We are very blessed that now you are with Jesus…
You will be greatly missed…
“…Well Done ~ Valarie…”
A Memorial Service for Valarie Weythman will be held Saturday, January 18, 2014, at 1:30 p.m. at Wenatchee First Assembly of God Church, 1520 McKittrick Street, Wenatchee. Reception following in the fellowship room at the church