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To the family of

Valerie L. Wisniewski

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Stallings Funeral Home, P.A. We offer our most sincere condolences for your loss.
Ted & Deana Mobley So sorry for your loss. While we didn't know Valerie for very long, or very well, she was certainly a kind, loving person. She always made us feel welcome, and I am sure she will be missed until that wonderful day when we all meet again.
Annie Grimes My Dear Valerie you will be missed tremendously, but I know that you are with our Lord, in peace, no more pain no more uffering no more tears total peace with our Lord and Savior. I will miss you so much here on Earth but I know that we shall see each othet again one day. Rest in Peace sweet Valerie ♥️
Ginny Guyer I'm so glad I was blessed to meet Valerie at Capon Springs CFO. She loved Jesus, and her eyes sparkled when we talked about His wondrous love. Looking forward to seeing her again in heaven, where we can talk together WITH Jesus.
Jan and Leslie Drayer Grateful for the unending, redemptive and powerful love of God that reaches into the grave to call us to his side. Valerie now enjoys this grace.
Dawn thompson Valerie I will miss you very much but I know that you are with Jesus and that one day I will see you again that also I have another guardian angel watching over me it was a big blessing to have known you and that God had put you in my life love ❤️ you
Claudia & Mark We are so sorry for your loss. I remember the many times at your home for bible studies and gatherings and spending time with Valerie. She was so very sweet and always kind to us. I really enjoyed her company. We know she is in paradise with our loving Father, whole, joyful and care-free. Praying for comfort for your family.
Terri L Supler I first met Valerie at Technical Typesetting in 1990. I knew that Valerie was a top employee in the company. Valerie was the "go to" person, should you need any assistance. Fast forward 20 years, I met Valerie again at Community Gospel Church. Valerie was especially supportive during my divorce. She helped me pack and encouraged me, despite being very sick. Valerie was the kind of person that would give you the shirt off of her back. Indeed, when I admired a bracelet that she was wearing that was beaded with a wing and a cross, she said "take it, it's a wing and a prayer, you will need it on your journey to Florida". 14 months later, Valerie went home. I still wear that bracelet everyday, and feel so blessed to have had Valerie as a friend. People come and go, it is rare to meet people like Valerie. Valerie had a pure heart. Rest in peace my friend, until we meet again.

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