Valerie Marie Zuniga
November 25, 1956 – April 8, 2019
Valerie Marie Zuniga was Born into Life November 25, 1956 in Newark, New Jersey. She was Born to Eternity April 8, 2019 in Tucson Arizona.
Valerie, 62 is survived by her husband Paul Zuniga, her parents Victor and Gloria Fong, her sisters Hope Chin Wah, Stephanie Silva, April Connors, and her brother Forrest Fong. Battling Cancer for over two years, the Lord decided it was time for her to enter paradise and eternal happiness. Valerie's husband and sister April were at her side when she left this earth.
Valerie had a generosity of spirit, that allowed her to connect with anyone willing to reciprocate feelings of compassion and respect. She followed the golden rule, treating others how she wanted to be treated. That is how she defined herself. She was a loving spouse, trusting, deeply caring individual, and showed kindness to everyone she met. Her life passions included sailboating from Rhode Island to Newport and back, visiting Paris, France, a plane ride over the Grand Canyon Rim, ballet, science fiction, gourmet food, musicals, broadway shows, and fuzzy felines. What she did for work was only a piece of her life. She had the pleasure of working in different occupations from radio, marketing research to computer geek jobs. She was a techie at heart with her iPhone and iPad not far behind. According to friends and family her most crowning achievement was sharing her love and energy with her beloved husband Paul.
Valerie Marie Zuniga will be laid to rest at Funeraria del Angel South Lawn Cemetery on April 27, 2019 at 10 AM. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Cancer Society.
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Valerie Marie Zuniga
April 22, 2019
Val and I were teenagers when we first met.. We quickly became close friends and that developed into a true love.. We cherished our time together for four years.. She was an amazing woman and without any doubt.. the love of each other's lives... We always felt that way, even when she called me to tell me bye.
I told her I'd see her on the other side.. As we age the list gets longer of loved ones waiting for us in the afterlife.. Valerie Marie had a loving heart... I guess that was the ties that bind.. see you soon Val..... Billy Newman..
April 11, 2019
I usually awful at this sort of thing, but I'll give it a go. Valerie and I worked together for 4+ years. we shared a department that has its fair share of stress. With us both working remotely we became sort of Stress Management Pen Pals over IM.
Valerie was always kind, understanding and worried about the littlest of things. She had so many great qualities that made me proud to call her friend more than co-worker. I am grateful that I got to know her. The world lost a great person but she will be remembered fondly.