Angela G. Valencic

Resided in Kipling, MI
Died February 1, 2019

Angela “Angie” G. Valencic, age 90, of Kipling, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Friday, February 1, 2019 at the Bishop Noa Home in Escanaba.

Angie was born December 8, 1928, in Escanaba, the daughter of John and Helen (Juracic) Peloza. She graduated from Gladstone High School. She was united in marriage to Andrew Valencic Jr. October 11, 1947. She was a lifetime member of All Saints Catholic Church in Gladstone where she was an active volunteer throughout her life. She was a member of the Friends of the Gladstone Library. Angie was very active in the community. She worked at Bay Super Value for over 25 years.

After her retirement she enjoyed traveling, especially with her sister, Sylvia, and many other friends and family.

Angie is survived by:
Son: Larry (Susan) Valencic of Menominee, MI
2 Daughters: Lori (Bill) Pellerin of Houston, TX
Mary Valencic of Grand Ledge, MI
4 Grandchildren: Heather (Jeff) Musson, Joshua (Tarra) Valencic, Erin (Mike) Sudrovich, Jill (Brandon Gregory) Czelada
4 Great Grandchildren: Andrew, Carter, Brody, and Avenne.

In addition to her Husband, Andrew Valencic, Jr, Angie is preceded in death by her Parents and her Siblings.
Family will receive friends Saturday, February 9, 2019 from 10:30 AM until 12:30 PM at the Skradski Funeral Home in Gladstone. Mass of Christian Burial will follow visiting hours at 1:00 PM at All Saints Catholic Church in Gladstone with Rev. Fr. Jamie Ziminski officiating. A luncheon will follow in the parish hall. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be directed to Friends of the Gladstone Library or Community Action Agency Senior Services Gladstone Center in memory of Angie Valencic. The Skradski Family Funeral Homes of Delta County are assisting the Valencic family.

19 Tributes for “Angela G. Valencic

    I am sorry to hear Angie passed away. She was such a nice lady and a great friend to my Aunt Bea. It was great to see Mary at our class reunion. God Bless.

    Kris Peterson

    I am sad to hear of Angie’s passing. Angie was a great friend to everybody in the Kipling area. I will miss her hugs at church. She was so kind to do the reading at my mother’s funeral nine years ago. Love you Angie!

    Hi Mary and Lori, we are so sad to hear that our dear friend Angie has passed. We love her and know that she is resting in the arms of Jesus. Love you, Ann and Ralph.

    My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Angie was one special lady to me as I “grew up” with Julie. I have so many fond memories of her having Julie and me over to bake at her house. She was a patient, kind, funny and gentle soul. May the wonderful memories of her carry you through this difficult time.
    Anne (Buckland) Brower

    We are so sorry to learn of Angie’s passing. She was a great lady to work with all those years. She was kind to everyone. Sorry we won’t be able to attend the funeral as we will be out of town. Our prayers are with you all.

    So sorry to hear of Angie’s passing. I worked with her for many years, had some great times with her , she will be missed by many. We are down South, so will not make the funeral, but our thoughts and prayers are with her family.

    Condolences to all of Angie’s family. She was the sweetest person I have ever known. When l was a kid growing up, I would love to go to Super Value JUST to see her! Some people always stay in your heart, & Angie is definitely one of them!
    May she rest in peace

    Cheryl Ka!ishek Bernard

    To my old GHS friend Lori, Larry and Mary,
    My condolences on your moms passing. Although I didn’t get to know her, it takes a special person to have raised such great children, and affected many other lives in such a wonderful way! God Bless her and all of you.

    So sorry to hear of Angie’s passing. Such a sweet lady! She was considered family to so many Kipling residents over the years, especially ours. She was a fabulous friend to my mom & will be truly missed. Rest In Peace, Angie! ❤️

    Lori and family—our thoughts and prayers are with you. God blessed Angie with a long life. may she rest in peace.

    I’m so sorry to hear of the passing of Angie.I’ve known Angie for 40 plus years as she trained me for my first job at SuperValu ! And until a couple months ago would still see her at the store and in church . I will miss her kind smile and loving hugs . Heaven has again an angel for sure . Rest peacefully Angie …. Love you

    Dear family,
    Angie was such a dear lady, a friend to many. We had many conversations, every time we saw her we had to catch up. I especially remember Angie having M&M’s in her pocket to give to the kids as she was checking the parents out at her register when she worked at Super Value. Keep all the great memories close to your hears. Your all in our thoughts and prayers.

    Dear sweet Angie was my mom’s best friend. They worked together at church lunches,the senior center and went to bingo. When mom got sick Angie would come visit her every day. They shared recipes…..laughs and stories. Mom really looked forward to her visits. After her death and i’d run into Angie she would tell me how much she missed her and we would hug and cry. We all were so blessed to have had Angie in our lives. She will be missed. Rest in peace my sweet friend.

    Angie was such a wonderful person. I can remember her since i was a child living in Kipling. She was a friend of my moms Barb(RASPOR)Wilson. I will miss trick or treating with my children and grandchildren and our last stop was always Angie. This last time she said it was her last day before going to Bishop Noah. Halloween will never be the same without her wonderful smiling face and inviting the little ones in.

    Dear Lori and family,
    I am so sorry to hear about your Mom and/ or Grandmother passing away. She was a great lady. I remember stopping by to see
    Her when my Mom and I would gamble in Escanaba. We had a very nice visit. I heard from my high school friend, Karen McGraw about the news on your Mom. Karen had worked with your mom in a grocery store.
    Praying for you and your family.
    Cherish all the great memories.

    Gladstone has lost a wonderful lady for sure. I loved to visit Angie & Mary when I was young and over the years. So sweet & kind, a mom to us all! Your mom/grandma was always smiling. We will miss her – luckily, our memories are very special!!

    Dear Lori, Larry, and Mary,
    I was so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. Kipling has lost one of the original, a friend and neighbor, and a true treasure. The last time I stopped in to see her, we talked late into the evening about so many wonderful things: the Valencic family picnic at Rapid River Park, days of monopoly and paper dolls in the back room of which she was so tolerant, and her chocolate cookies with vanilla icing. Good memories for sure. She’ll be missed.

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