Valorie Starr Mulholland
October 8, 1951 – September 2, 2020
It is with profound sadness and much love that we announce the passing of Valorie Starr Mulholland at the age of 68, of Justin Texas on September 2, 2020, with her family by her side.
Valorie may have only walked this earth for a short time. With her departure it reminds us that angels are watching over us. She was a compassionate person, who believed in taking care of and helping those in need. She will be truly missed by everyone whose life she touched.
Valorie, was wife and best friend of 30 years to surviving husband John G. Mulholland II. A Loving mother to Anita and Tommy Steward of Justin TX, Cheree and Keith Harrell-Steward of Sherman TX, and James and Geranda Steward of Wichita Falls, TX. Grandmother of 14 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. She was proceeded in her death by her brother Mason Douglas Phillips.
Valorie enjoyed more than anything SHOPPING, whether it be the shopping channel, online, in person, or just hanging out at the grocery store, she loved to shop. She enjoyed playing games, cards, and traveling to the nearest casino or bingo hall.
Valorie was a member of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary, in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions should be donated to your local VFW.
The family wishes to send a thank you to the staff of Visiting Angels, Texas Home Health Hospice and a very special thank you to the Justin Fire Department for their care and compassion.
Viewing service will be held Sunday September 6, 2020 at Keller Old Town Funeral Home, 220 Keller Pkwy, Keller, TX 76248, between 1pm and 5pm.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.kellersoldtownfuneralhome.com for the Mulholland family.
Sunday, September 6, 2020
Valorie Starr Mulholland
September 18, 2020
sitting here just thinking about you and wishing you were here.. I really miss you mom so very much..Here is a picture we took the day of your funeral. All 3 of us together.. me, Cheree, and Jimmy.
September 12, 2020
For the time my wife and I knew her, she was funny and also seems to the point. It was cool to see her and Dad go up and down the street, riding their wheel chairs.
Her glowing personality and charm will be missed.
September 9, 2020
I am sitting here and just thinking. Things are never going to be the same with you gone mom. I want to curl up in your lap and have you tell me everything is going to be ok, when I know right now it is not. I am lost, confused, and feel so empty without you here. I know I am about to be 50 years old, but for the last 3 1/2 years you have been my world 24/7. Even when you were being stubborn, I would not change anything these last 3 years. Waking up with you, exercising, and trying to get you stronger, was all I wanted, but God had other plans for you. I am glad he did give me you as a mom, you were the best, and I know you are now in a good place and in good hands, but I can not express how much my heart aches without you here. I love you so much MOM.
September 6, 2020
In ones life we meet people that exhibit true Christian values and strength. Stand strong against bullying. This woman made a difference in a lot of peoples life. Left a great legacy.
September 5, 2020
For 30 years my wife was my soul mate and best friend. We traveled and got to see a lot of this beautiful country. My fondest memory was when we stopped at a town in Canada named Wawa and for the rest of our trip she would sing I left my heart in Wawa. I miss you sweetie and we will be together again.
September 3, 2020
Words can not say how much I am missing you right now. You were my mom, my best friend, and the one whose lap I would curl up in when I needed a good cry. I truly am going to miss your smile, words, and you being a freak when you wanted me to laugh or cheer me up..
I know you are in a better place and all the hurt is gone. And I know me wanting to keep you around much longer was selfish, but I was truly not ready to let you go.
Miss you already mom, you were the best mother a girl could ask for and more.