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David Clayton & Sons

200 W Center ST, Duncanville, TX

OBITUARY

William "Bill" Peter Valentine Jr.

February 26, 1958June 2, 2019
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William “Bill” Peter Valentine Jr., 61, was born in Raton, NM. He passed away on June 2, 2019 in Dallas, TX. Bill was a veteran of the U.S Air Force. He was a handyman and worked as an electrician at Dolco Packaging, GNB and Rock-Tenn for 22 years, collectively. He enjoyed reading books and spending time with his grandchildren. He also loved watching various TV shows and movies, ranging from Westerns to Sci-Fi, like M.A.S.H., Star Trek, Star Wars and anything with John Wayne or Clint Eastwood.

He will be missed and is loved by many.

He is survived by:

Step-mother, Tina Valentine of Lubbock, TX and wife, Dung Ly Lam of Duncanville, TX.

Siblings: Jim and Cindy Hoschouer of Bozeman, MT; Cindy Valentine of Marysville, WA; Patricia and Bill Schmidt of Scotsdale, AZ; Susan and Ronnie Duran of Raton, NM; Frank and Teri Valentine of Blanchardville, WI; Linda and David Cavallo of Richland Center, WI; Jackie Valentine of Prairie du Chien, WI; John Valentine of Viola, WI; Ralph and Christine Valentine of Sun Prairie, WI; Paul and Lisa Valentine of Sturtevant, WI.

Children: Melissa Valentine of Galveston, TX; William Valentine III of Euless, TX; Beth and Ryan Harden of Mesquite, TX; Vincent and Michelle Lam of Arlington, TX; Mindy Lam and Juan Borja of Arlington, TX.

Grandchildren: Briana Crowell of Galveston, TX; Morgan Harden of Mesquite, TX; Mariah Lam of Arlington, TX; William Lam of Arlington, TX; Aaliyah Lam Godfrey of Arlington, TX.

Preceded in death by his Mother: Susan E. Sosa and Father: William P. Valentine Sr.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • John Valentine
  • William Schmidt
  • William Valentine III
  • Ralph Valentine
  • Paul Valentine
  • Vincent Lam

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, June 12, 2019
  • Rosary Service Wednesday, June 12, 2019
  • Funeral Service Thursday, June 13, 2019
  • Committal Service Thursday, June 13, 2019

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William "Bill" Peter Valentine Jr.

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Michelle Lam

June 13, 2019

Dad, we miss you tremendously! You were always positive. We thank you for everything you have done for us. We will never forget you. Love you forever.

Love,
Vincent, Michelle, Mariah and William

Linda Cavallo

June 12, 2019

I will always remember when we were kids playing with our bikes playing on rocks and in our big pond and playing baseball. Everyone had a pet. I always looked up to you taking care of us when we young. You were the most kindness, thoughtfulness, brother.

Brianna Crowell

June 12, 2019

Grandpa I will always remember you to be one of the most caring people. You were always so nice to me, I remember when I would come to your house and you would hand me a grocery bag so I could raid your pantry. (Cause god knows this man always had lots junk food in his pantry at all times.) I’ll also never forget coming to your house for Christmas and thanksgiving every year. Most importantly, I’ll never forget how special you made me feel every Christmas when you would get eggnog specifically for me, or when you’d have the nesquick sitting out on the counter when you knew I was coming. You’ll always live on in my heart papa, I could never forget playing find the remote or hot lava with you. R.I.P papa I love you.

Teresa Carlson

June 9, 2019

We remember Bill as a warm, patient, and loving family man. He was fun to talk to, had a big heart, and was always interested in helping others. We didn't get to see Bill that often through the years, but it was easy to catch up. Our deepest condolences.

Love,
Teresa, Louis, Jasmine, and Sophie

William Schmidt

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Patricia Schmidt

June 8, 2019

I have so many happy memories of our childhood, playing in the rocks, the pond and bicycle racing during the summertime. As a teenager you tried patiently to teach me algebra and were the one who could get the truck out of our driveway when I became stuck in the snow and mud. As an adult I came to appreciate your kindness and wonderful consul. You are the bravest person I have ever met. I will remember my big brother as one of the best of us. My condolences to his family as they grieve the loss of such a wonderful person.

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