Angelene Vallis

Angelene Vallis

Monday, June 7th, 1943 Saturday, April 18th, 2020

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Obituary for Angelene Alice Vallis

Vallis, Angelene Alice – age 76, Murry Siding, passed away on April 18, 2020 from cancer in Colchester East Hants Health Centre, Truro. Angie was born in Filmore, SK then later moved to Regina, SK where she grew up and later met her first husband, William Vallis. They moved from Regina to St. Catharines, ON and started a family - two boys, Courtland Bruce Vallis and Mark Thomas Vallis. After five years in St. Catharines, they moved to Hampton, NB. Angie worked at the District 19 School Board Office for fifteen years managing the payroll for the teachers, bus drivers, and custodians. Her home was always full of family friends and her children’s friends, it was where people wanted to meet and enjoy themselves. In 1989, Angie met her second husband, Kim Leier (predeceased 2016) and moved to Truro, NS. She then worked for Stats Canada as an Interviewer for almost 30 years. In the summers, Angie and Kim spent time at the cottage on Shortt’s Lake. Angie and Kim were members of the Shortt’s Lake Yacht Club and enjoyed weekend sailboat races and the Après that followed. Angie will be missed by all that knew her. She leaves behind her children, Courtland Bruce Vallis and Mark Thomas Vallis; grandchildren, Benjamin Vallis, Emily Vallis, and Michael Vallis. Cremation has taken place. Arrangements have been entrusted to Colchester Community Funeral Home, 512 Willow St., Truro. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations in Angie’s memory may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. Online messages of condolences may be sent to Angie’s family by visiting

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Lori Law

I just want to say what an awesome grandmother Angie was to both my boys, Ben and Sam. Although we did not get to spend much time with Angie and Kim over the years in person due to living in different provinces, we spent many hours chatting on the phone and kept in touch regularly. She was a great friend to us. We miss her dearly and will always treasure knowing her. Sending our condolences to all who knew her, with love from the Law family.
Comment | Posted at 07:41pm via Condolence

Ruth Rogers

Bruce and all Vallis Families
I extend my sympathy on the loss of your Mom. Bruce, I remember you from P&G and Kim from when we grew up. I do remember talking to your Mom when I was here on holidays.
Comment | Posted at 02:33pm via Condolence

Dave Hingley

My sincere condolences to Courtland and Mark . I knew Angie from her time spent at the cottage at Shortt's Lake.
She and Kim were always very upbeat and cordial. I hope the picture of Angie at the cottage uploaded okay. Angie always had a ready smile as in the photo.. .
Comment | Posted at 10:19am via Condolence

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