Vallance, Elizabeth 'Liz'

Vallance, Elizabeth 'Liz'

August 28th, 2020

May 31, 1949 - August 28, 2020

Passed away peacefully at home in her 72nd year. Loving wife of James Vallance for 27 years. Survived by her sister Evelyn Bryans (Everette King); brothers Brian Morrice and David Morrice; in-laws Charles Vallance (Wilma Spence), Robert Vallance (Kathryn), and Jeanne Vallance; as well as her many nieces and nephews. Liz was a long-time employee at 3M. She took great pride in volunteering for Meals on Wheels; following her retirement, she became a part time volunteer for Meals on Wheels as an office assistant. Liz will be forever remembered by all her friends and family as fun, loving, spirited, with a passion for the arts and most of all her uplifting zest for life. She loved all creatures, especially her Jack Russell Terrier, Harley. Liz enjoyed seated yoga and Nia dance at the Kiwanis Seniors’ Centre. She actively participated in support groups for scleroderma and pulmonary hypertension, and her generosity extended past her last breath, making a donation to the Trillium Gift of Life Network. Visitation will be held at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, on Sunday, September 20, 2020 from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Registration is required to attend the visitation.

 

To register, please click here: Westview Funeral Chapel's registration page for Elizabeth 'Liz' Vallance's visitation

 

Please note: as per the directive of the Bereavement Authority of Ontario, https://thebao.ca/registrars-directive-changes-to-funeral-and-visitation-attendance/ attendance numbers will be restricted. Please be aware that COVID-19 protocols are in place which may preclude some from being able to attend and masks are mandatory. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Liz are asked to consider the Scleroderma Society of Ontario or the Pulmonary Hypertension Association of Canada.

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DurrellWe call her Zil. To be in her company is to know love and laughter. Zil's integrity to the spirit of life and compassion knew no bounds to all living beings. Harley and Chippy can attest to this. Her love with Jamie is precious and Zil always expressed her gratitude for finding the love of her life. Her friendships are golden as is our memories with her. Rest in Peace Sister Love and Laughter Durrell
Gabriella MiholicsI worked with Liz for a number of years at 3M. I loved her smile and generosity, always so kind. She was passionate and stylish and always brightened my day when we got to chatting. I love the picture here - I saw it and smiled automatically. You will be missed. Rest in Peace.
Cathie & Mark HastingsLiz will always be remember for her kindness, creativity and spirit for life! She was so “Cool” ! She had great style and was so much fun to be around in work (3M) or at play (She knew how to throw a party). We were among those blessed to be in her world however briefly, and we were better for the experience! She will be greatly missed.
Linda HowarthLiz had a smile that could light up a room, she was such a great person to work with (3M). She will be dearly missed. Hold your memories tight, and give your loved ones a super hug, take care of each other. Sincere condolences.
Jeanette & Ralph PatersonLiz was one of my favourite people at 3M. Sorry to hear of her passing and our condolences go out to James and the family.
Yvonne Lizzybell---oh my I really really don't know what to say. You were way tooooo young. I worked like the rest of the people who will put something on here, with Liz for years. There was hardly a day that went by that liz was not smiling. And oh her love for Jamie---her eyes lit up whenever she spoke of him. She was the best dressed, always always her clothes matched and her house--the decorating. We will all miss you Liz. R.I.P Love Yvonne Condolences Jamie
Jenny ShippA fun lady who I enjoyed working with for many years at 3M. Liz certainly put a lot of fun into living. She will be greatly missed. R.I.P.
Lee NadhGreg and I send our sincere condolences to Jamie and all who loved her dearly. Liz’s joy of life and fighting spirit will live on in warm memories. Rest In Peace Liz.
Joanne MarkhamI will always remember Liz for her fantastic personality, laugh and smiles at 3M. My sincere condolences to her family and friends. She will be greatly missed.
Amy Morlock Liz was one of a kind a true gem that brought so much laughter, brightness and love to those around her. I was blessed to be her stylist and friend for 15 years. We shared many laughs, stories and life events together. I always looked forward to hearing about the crazy wild stories she had along with her love for Jamie. Many memories and advice that I will cherish and remember always. Liz would always joke she was my favorite client but we both know she truly was. My pal Liz you will be greatly missed, may you now rest in peace. Sending my love, strength and hugs to Jamie and family.
Lynn HortonJamie, Saddened to read this news. Liz always made me laugh. Wishing you peace & comfort for the difficult days ahead. Rest In Peace Liz, you gave it your best fight. In Loving Memory, Lynn Horton
Jamie MyrahOn behalf of all of us at the Pulmonary Hypertension Association of Canada, we extend our sincerest condolences to all Liz's loved ones. May you find peace during this difficult time.
Dawn Cumming Dear Jamie and family: I was Liz’ Dental Hygienist for many years at 484 Central Limited..I enjoyed our many conversations during those times..Liz’ devotion to you Jamie was total..I was so happy when you found one another..Health issues were often difficult for Liz but she was always cheerful and optimistic..I have been gone from London for sixteen years now so I have not had the pleasure of Liz’ company in many moons..I pray for all those who love this wonderful lady named Liz..Blessings, Dawn
Kathleen McDaceZil, my beautiful, beautiful friend. I carry so many wonderful memories of our time together. Cruising Ipperwash, Wasaga, and the Bend in your 195? Buick Electra Convertible, Mosport weekends in “the Blinding Light,” dancing out loud into the wee hours at Lady Di’s. The Ladies Garden Tea parties, dressed to the nines, hats, gloves and dresses bought at the Salvation Army. The copious selection of alcoholic deserts and the feasting after six when the gentlemen arrived to join a rather tipsy and unruly crowd of ....refined young ladies? Lol! Our trip thru Central America where we had one of the most magnificent days of our young lives at Palenque. I remember venturing out that morning and after doing some in-depth research of the local fungi , exploring every muddy nook and cranny of the ruins. Then to make the most perfect day more perfect, we discovered the stream running just below the ruins in the jungle. Stripping off our mucky clothes, grabbing the nearest vine and swinging laughing and naked down and into that crystal clear water. We discovered the essence and joy of life that day my friend. You always loved Christmas too, but were cursed with a very unhealthy habit of snooping through closets during that time of year. I remember arriving at yours and Patti’s apartment a few days before Santa’s arrival. You had on a new outfit you’d found hidden in the closet and couldn’t resist trying on. You were thrilled Patti had gotten you such a fabulous Christmas gift only to find out Christmas morning she’d gotten it for her mother! Bahahahaha Oh, and our Halloween Party when my parents arrived unannounced just to be sure you weren’t leading me astray, you being the elder and all...boy did they have it wrong! Good, good, good memories Zil!❤️ Then I moved west and you found love with your Jamie. I will never forget. I love you girlfriend and while my heart breaks knowing I’ll never see your smile again in this life, I feel blessed and rejoice that you were a part of mine. Ps: Save me a spot up there. I’m sure we could still find some belly laughs and trouble to get into. Your Forever Friend Kathy
Lynda McRaeSadly you will be missed
Cheryl GammageAh hey Zil was a person who sent me on a tragEmory on witch I still run
Dug gammageWell how can I even pass on what Zil did for me. Introducing me into the world of helicopter stuff. Even though those guys where cull, I made it thru to the other side. Still at it 47 years later . My sister from another mother. God the times we had!! Thanking you from the center of my being! So accepting so not judgemental. Always time for a soups ie . And really that deal from Marrakech wasn,t your fault but the one from medelin might have been mucho amor Amiga! Dave Dave how are you Buddy ?
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