Marion Mildred Valley
November 1, 1925-February 1, 2010


Life Legacy

VALLEY, MARION MILDRED, 84 of Sebring, FL died Feb. 1, 2010. She was born on Nov. 1, 1925 to Marion M. and Timothy J. Santry in South Boston, MA. Millie resided in Burlington, MA from 1926-1944, graduate of St. Charles School in 1943. In 1947 she married Robert Valley and raised 3 beautiful children, the loves of her life. Millie moved to Sebring in 1982, worked for 6 years at Highlands Regional Medical Center and then worked for Upjohn Health Care until retiring in 1995. A faithful member of St. Catherine Catholic Church and a choir member. She is survived by her brother Timothy Santry, Burlington, MA, he son, “Chip” Valley and daughter Jane Hollinger, and preceded in death by her daughter, Joan Valley, who passed away in 1997. “These were my life lines, and most of all, my love lines.” Millie is also survived by 7 grandchildren, Danielle (Hollinger) Winn, Robbie Hollinger, Star and Tim Valley, Cory Carr, Brian Tilton, Bradley Birdsong, and 3 great-grandsons, Taylor and Ethan Winn and Keagan Tilton. Millie has gone to live with the Lord and we look forward to seeing her again. Visitation, 9:00 am to 10:30 am, Saturday at Morris Funeral Chapel. A mass will be celebrated at 11:00 am at St. Catherine Catholic Church.

Visitation Service

Saturday February 6, 2010, 9:00 A.M.-10:30 A.M.
Morris Funeral Chapel
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Funeral Mass

Saturday February 6, 2010, 11:00 A.M.
St. Catherine Catholic Church
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Preceded in Death By

Marion M. Santry, Mother
Timothy J. Santry, Father
Joan Valley, Daughter


Born: November 1, 1925
Death: February 1, 2010
Organizations: St. Catherine Catholic Church

Survived By

Robert Valley, Spouse
Timothy Santry, Brother
“Chip” Valley, Spouse
Jane Hollinger, Daughter
Danielle (Hollinger) Winn, Granddaughter
Robbie Hollinger, Grandson
Star Valley, Granddaughter
Tim Valley, Grandson
Cory Carr, Grandson
Brian Tilton, Grandson
Bradley Birdsong, Grandson
Taylor Winn, Great-Grandson
Ethan Winn, Great-Grandson
Keagan Tilton, Great-Grandson


02/05/2010 Penny Decker
Dear Janie and family: I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you all. The good Lord will keep you in His loving arms thru this difficult time. Very sincerely, Penny


02/05/2010 Lucky Dixon and Pat Cober
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this very difficult time.
Pat and Lucky

02/04/2010 Fran and Joe Moscillo
To us and many people Millie was a very lovable human being. We will miss her very much.


02/04/2010 Lynn Young
I met Ma Valley when I was 15 years old and Jane became my best friend. I always told her she was my second mom. Millie was also a good friend to my mom. In Sept Jane and our moms were able to have a wonder visit. I will always tresure that day. Glad I gave her such a big hug when I said goodbye.


02/04/2010 Pamela & Harry Hayes
Millie you will be missed by the whole family. God grant you swift entry and your wings to fly.


02/04/2010 Gloria Cole
I am deeply sorrowed by the loss of my dear friend, Millie. She was always happy and so cheerful. She welcomed me when I first moved to Sebring and joined the choir at St Catherine's, made me feel so comfortable and I will never forget her. She is with the Blessed Lord now and for that I am joyous. I will miss her SO MUCH. I'm thankful for the last luncheon we were able to share together and she will always be a part of our group, in spirit, now. My deepest sympathies go out to all her family and may the Good Lord watch over them and help them in their sorrow.
Gloria Cole


02/04/2010 Mary Amos
To the family of Millie , I had never known what it was like to have a sister's love until I met Millie. She will forever be in my heart and mind. I will miss her very much.
With love and deep sorrow
Mary Amos

02/04/2010 Linda Laino
Maam will be truly missed. She was a great women and I loved her very much. Knowing her since I was a baby I can't imagine her not being there. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time and I pray the Lord gives you strength and comfort. She is in a far better place and we will all be together with her again someday.
All my love...xoxoxo
Linda Carol Laino