Lester P. LaValley

Press-Republican—Thursday, January 10,1985

Lester P. LaValley

JACKSONVILLE. Fla. –
Lester P. LaValley, 39, died on
Tuesday, Jan. 8, 1985, at University
Hospital in Jacksonville due
to injuries received in an
automobile accident on Dec. 16,
1984.
He was born on Aug. 29,1945, in
Plattsburgh. the son of Philip
and Genevieve (Rabideau)
LaValley, formerly of Mooers
Forks.
Mr. LaValley was a 1964
graduate of Mooers High School
and served with the Marine
Corps from 1966 to 1968, assigned
to Vietnam. He was employed by
Vistakon, a Johnson & Johnson
Co. located in Jacksonville.
Survivors include his wife,
Rosemary Germain LaValley of
Jacksonville; his parents of
J a c k s o n v i l l e ; two sons,
Christopher and Kyle LaValley,
both of Jacksonville; a daughter,
Marci LaValley of Jacksonville;
two sisters, Mrs. Jacques
(Judith) Lariviere of Carson,
Iowa, and Mrs. Ronald
(Suzanne) Charette of Cadyville;
and his maternal grandmother,
Mrs. Nellie Rabideau of Pittsburgh.
A brother, Wayne LaValley,
died in 1950, and another brother,
Douglas LaValley died 1980.
Calling hours will be at
Rivermead Funeral Home in
Orange Park, Fla.
Funeral services will be held
Friday at St. Joseph’s Church in
Jacksonville, Fla.
Burial with full military honors
will take place in Jacksonville.
Private memorial services will
be held at the family’s convenience.

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