September 8, 1990 - November 9, 2021
Virginia Valdez, 31 of Moses Lake, Washington passed away November 9, 2021. She was born in 1990 in Moses Lake, Washington to parents, Torivio Valdez Jr. and Irene Lopez Valdez. She was the youngest of five siblings. Virginia is a 2009 MLHS graduate, along with her AAS degree through BBCC participating in the Running Start program, she received her Bachelor of Science through CW in 2014, and received her Bachelor of Science/Management and leadership through WGU Washington in 2017, fulfilling her late father, Torivio Valdez Jr's dream. She was a Moses LKE Chamber of commerce Ambassador and an SHRM Certified Professional since 02/2019. She played local community youth softball, participated in MLHS choir, was an MLS bowler, placed in state, enjoyed skating, dance and writing; she received a blue ribbon at the local County Fair for her book of poems she wrote; she was Frontier Middle school co-president, she was an altar server for several years in her youth and reader in her teens for local Catholic parish OLF. She loved family gatherings, playing board games and attending several Water Shed festivals, enjoyed listening to country and Christian music. In 2012, she had her ray of sunshine, Ava Grace whom she loved dearly. Virginia was a loving single mother, a caring person, and loved her family. She had a great work ethic as she followed her siblings delivering local newspapers for Daily Herald winning several awards. She worked through her school years and completed her masters while working full time and being a single mother. She worked for several local health providers and for local Hopesource. She is survived by her beautiful and as her late papa called her "rambunctious" little girl, Ava Grace, her siblings; Jeremy (Raquel) Valdez of TriCities, Roy (Becky) Valdez of ML, Veronica (Fabian) Gonzales of ML, Sara (Carlos) Adamy of Wenatchee. She also leaves 12 nephews and nieces whom she loved dearly; Shana, Izaiah, Christian, Dacian, Kaylee, Paige, Royce, Esai, Elias, Emmie Rose, Savannah, and Elijas, her maternal grandmother, Manuela Lopez. Virginia is preceded in death by her father, Torivio Valdez Jr, her paternal grandparents, Torivio Valdez Sr. and Marta P. Valdez, and maternal grandfather, Juan O. Lopez. A Celebration of Life will be held Thursday, November 18, 2021, from noon to 4 pm at Kayser's Chapel 831 So. Pioneer Way, Moses Lake, and Holy Mass on Friday, November 19, 2021, at 10:00, am at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church, 200 N. Dale Rd, Moses Lake, Washington. You can leave a note for the family at www.kayserchapel.com • Arrangements are in the care of Kayser's Chapel, Moses Lake, burial at Pioneer Memorial. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory of Virginia to New Hope www.newhopewa.org or BTSADVwww.breakthesilecedv.org While death separates us, we will one day be reunited with all those we love in a "dwelling provided for us by God, a dwelling in the heavens, not made by hands but to last forever" (2 Corinthians 5:1) Ava as your mom always wrote in your cards, "continue to be uniquely you and shine bright, follow your dreams always". Love mom.
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