Valla Jean Hoover

February 14, 1940February 9, 2019

Valla Hoover, age 78, widow of Jack Hoover, passed away February 9, 2019. Born February 14, 1940 to Rowland and Esther Prichard at Niobrara, NE. Survived by her children, Julie, Jack and Jeff and their spouses; grandchildren, Jenny, Ashley, Kristen, Jeff, Shaun, Jackie, Samantha, Alex, Nicholas, Ann Marie, Rachel, Christopher, Tony and Alyssa; 7 great-grandchildren; her brother, Marshall and his wife, in addition to many other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by her parents; husband Jack; 5 brothers and 1 sister.


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Valla Jean Hoover

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Tami Armstrong

February 14, 2019

Dear, Julie, Jack and Jeff,
I'm so so sorry. Valla was such a neat lady. Straight forward and fun to be around. Have thought about you all through the years. Wished we could of got together. My mom always said she did the best hair. To this day she's never found one like valla. We will miss her greatly. If you need anything please get ahold of me.
Tami and Gwen

Linda Carmichael

February 13, 2019

To Valla's family,
I am so sorry for your loss of such an awesome person.
I worked next to Valla when we worked for Joseph years ago. We had lots of fun!
You will be in my Thoughts and Prayers and I will be thinking of Valla
tomorrow on her birthday. ❤️
Let the Lord wrap His arms around you to give you Peace... 🙏🏼

Stephanie Slobotski

February 12, 2019

I will miss you Valla Jean. So many of my early memories of what family was were linked to you and your house on P Street. I remember going to Midnight Mass from your house, getting my first game system from Santa there ( it was a few years ago), going to powwows, learning to bead on a loom, watching the making of Thriller, playing football in the side yard, eating your white gravy during holidays or eating out at Tony & Luigi's or Lee's Chicken with you and Uncle Jack. All of these experiences made me feel safe, loved and part of something. I really enjoyed getting to know you as an adult. We shared a lot of laughs and I will miss my auntie mom. Prayers for your journey and may the Creator bring peace and comfort to your family during this difficult time.