Let the memory of Valarie be with us forever
  • 54 years old
  • Born on December 15, 1958 .
  • Passed away on July 24, 2013 .

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Valarie Blair-Sparman, 54, born on December 15, 1958 and passed away on July 24, 2013. We will remember her forever.

Posted by Orrett Sparman on 24th July 2018
5 years have passed, it feels like it was just yesterday, We miss you terribly, there is not a day pass and you are not on our minds, always remembering the loving wife and mother you were. We will forever remember you girl. Continue to RIP where ever you are. Inserted by her son Orrett Khumo & her husband Orrett
Posted by Orrett Sparman on 29th December 2017
Still missing you girl, especially at Christmas
Posted by Orrett Sparman on 24th July 2017
4 years have passed, she is still in our minds like if it was yesterday, What a wonderful, beautiful, caring and loving wife and mother she was, we will always miss her. Continue to rest in peace girl.
Posted by Orrett Sparman on 15th May 2017
Four years have passed, since she left us forever. today she would have been 59 years old. We missed her so much, RIP girl where ever you are.
Posted by Orrett Sparman on 17th December 2016
This year she would have been 58, 4 years ago she let forever. she will also be missed forever.
Posted by Genevieve E.M. Princeklei... on 16th December 2015
Happy Birthday Valerie! May your precious soul continue to rest in perpetual peace. Gone but not forgotton.
Posted by Orrett Sparman on 15th December 2015
Another birthday, I miss you so much girl
Posted by Lavern Blair on 24th July 2015
Gone too soon but not forgotten u are still in our memories.
Posted by Orrett Sparman on 24th July 2015
Two years ago you left us, it was sudden, painful, and left some indelible memories on our minds. Where ever you are, we, your son and I, want you to know that we still love you, and will always miss you. Many days are dawned with the haunting memories of how you say good bye. But life goes on for us, Continue to rest in peace my dear.
Posted by Dawn Fagundes on 24th July 2015
My darling sister/sister-in-law, it's been two sad years since you went to sleep, and you are still sorely missed. Val, your warmth, loving words of wisdom, and especially your loving heart, will never be forgotten. You have left a big void in our hearts and we will never forget you. Only the good die young! Love always!
Posted by Orrett Sparman on 30th May 2015
Still missing you girl.
Posted by Genevieve E.M. Princeklei... on 27th July 2014
When tomorrow starts without me. Please try to understand that an Angel came and called my name and took me by the hand And said my place in HEAVEN was ready far above.And that i'd have to leave all that i dearly love. So when tomorrow starts without me, Don't think that we are far apart; For every time you think of me, I'm right here in your HEART
Posted by Dawn Fagundes on 24th July 2014
It has been one year since my beloved sister-in-law left us. Valerie, you are sorely missed and so very often your name is mentioned in loving memories. If there was a time-capsule available, I would surely use it and go back to correct what went wrong on that somber day. It's painful to watch the family you left behind still grieve. Your husband, my brother, suffers everyday from your passing. You were his soul mate and inspiration. We all love and miss you so much. Still cannot believe you're no longer here. I pray for my nephew Khumo that God will grant him the peace that passeth all understanding. Sleep my sister. God knew best.
Posted by Orrett Sparman on 23rd July 2014
The brightest light went out on July 19th, efforts to fix it lasted until July 24th when it was finally revealed that that light will no longer be around to light up the lives of many including her son Orrett Jnr. Sisters, brothers, Nieces, nephews and myself Orrett Snr. She was my beloved wife Valarie Cleopatra. It was a terrible shock. God in His infinite wisdom had other plans. She was going to a heavenly home to be with her mother. My dear wife was not only a wonderful wife and mother but she was a person who loved teaching, and did so for most of her life. She was a cheerful and friendly person and made many warm friends. She loved her church and was faithful to her allotted tasks. I close this tribute with a feeling of humility and submission to Divine authority. I know many men have wonderful wives but no one has ever had a better one than me.. She was faithful, efficient, loyal and loving. She inspired me in ways I cannot explain. I have lost a worthy companion but I have nothing but happy memories of our years together. I sorrow now for my loved one but the burden has been lessened by the many kindnesses shown me and my Son. I mention no names lest someone inadvertently be missed. My desk is covered with cards and letters extending love and sympathy. I do want you all to know how grateful I am for all you have said or done. The tribute you paid touched us deeply. I fear I cannot thank all of you personally but be assured your kindness will never be forgotten. May Her Soul Rest In Perfect Peace.
Posted by Orrett Sparman on 11th June 2014
One year since you left is fast approaching, I think of you every day,and remembers the happy days we shared together. Where are you now girl?
Posted by Orrett Sparman on 11th December 2013
It's Christmas Time once again, the first without my wife Valarie, after so many years together, and her birthday too............. When I try to take a break and relax in my busy life my heart, it does ache and all I think is how I miss my wife It hurts me so bad all this pain inside thinking of the love we had and the tears I have cried I think of the places that we went to how I love you with all my heart and all the things we didn’t get to do but most of all how we have been torn apart I miss you so, and love you stil, If love sould have saved you, my dear, you would have never died. I did not want to let you go but I tell myself it was Gods will. Every day I see things you have done, it is lonely without you. I try to be strong for our wonderful son, but all I can do is drink another beer, and wish you were here.
Posted by Orrett Sparman on 24th October 2013
Three months ago today, one of god’s best creation Computer crashed, her hard drive formatted, Her operating system changed to “windows Heaven” The woman (Valarie) we truly loved who is now just a memory. but a memory so precious with Khumo & I will always stay. It will never ease the sadness or the pain we have come to know, for no matter how much time goes by, We will always miss her,
Posted by Wilma Hughes on 30th August 2013
Only those who have lost can tell the pains and parting without farewell. Valerie was a good friend, she loved the Lord and in her own way as best she knew how she dedicated her life to serve him. She knew the Lord as her Shepherd so when He called her roll she readily answered Yes. May her soul rest in peace as she rests with her Lord & Savior.
Posted by Orrett Sparman on 13th August 2013
WOW, no matter what, we will never get accustomed to that thing called death. If even the person was sick, when they die it hurts. The hardest passing to experience is when it is sudden, and that person was like a shining star in your life, no hint or warning, no time to say to them for the last time that you love them. That is my plight right now, it is hitting me like a tonne of bricks
Posted by Orrett Sparman on 13th August 2013
MISSING YOU; You never said you are leaving, you never said goodbye. You were gone before we knew it, & only God knows why.A million times I needed you, a million times I cried. If love alone could have saved you, you never would have died.In life I loved you dearly, In death I love you still. In my hearth I hold a place, that only you alone can fill. RIP my dear wife, your son will be OK
Posted by Deborah Robinson on 11th August 2013
I've known Valerie aka auntie V for 30 years. She was my brother-in- law Sheldon Blair sister. Valerie had a pleasant personality and always wore a smile. RIP auntie V we loved you but God loved you more.
Posted by Dawn Fagundes on 9th August 2013
Valerie Blair-Sparman was my sister-in-law, a friend, a mother to my nephew, and an awesome wife to my brother. Another decent, loving and remarkable human being, my sister-in-law, has been called home. Valerie will be sorely and forever missed by all who were fortunate to have met her along life's path for she was truly a wonderful and humble human being. Val, we love you! RIP SIS!
Posted by Lavern Blair on 1st August 2013
I have known Auntie V for over 30 years she was my Sister-in law Valerie was always a wonderful person a friend to all her friends loved her son and husband and overall loved her God, we will truly miss her and her light her smile. We will always love her gone but will not be forgotten. RIP Valerie.
Posted by Orrett Sparman on 31st July 2013
Valarie touched the lives of so many, she was a devoted wife, mother and a friend to all. We want to remember her as we have seen her so many times over the years- apparently blissfull and peaceful. Even though we are sad we are not depressed, heartbroken, but not distressed, mournful, but filled with hope and joy knowing she is in a better place. Inserted by Husband & Son Orrett RIP. V
Posted by Genevieve E.M. Princeklei... on 31st July 2013
"Just as I am, without one plea, O LAMB of God I come I come" "When peace like a river attendeth my way. .........Whatever my lot IT IS WELL, IT IS WELL WITH MY SOUL!!!! The lives you have touched will forever be changed because you loved them! May your soul rest in peace!
Posted by Carol Barker on 31st July 2013
I've met and known Valerie over the past 4 years. Such a pleasant individual with a vibrant personality. Another angel in heaven resting in her heavenly Father's arms. R.I.P. Val.
Posted by Mortimer Hope on 31st July 2013
We have known Valarie since her time in Botswana. Our deepest sympathy go to the family, especially Orrett and Khumo. We know that at this point in time it is difficult and may the family find comfort from God’s Word the Bible – John 5:28 and 29 which promises that the dead will be resurrected. Hope Family, Johannesburg, South Africa.

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