Elizabeth “Lisa” Valdez

Our loved one, Elizabeth “Lisa” Valdez passed away Sunday, April 4, 2021 She was born in St. Anthony, Idaho on the 1st day of March, 1967 to Vicente R and Mary G Valdez. She graduated from North Fremont high in Ashton, Idaho. She moved to Idaho Falls, Idaho where she worked at UPS and then INEL as a  mail clerk.Then she moved to Las Vegas, Nevada where she lived for 18 years. She worked at several casinos before her last job at the Bellagio Casino for 14 years. She then moved to Silverton to be with her mother where she resided for the last 5 years. Lisa enjoyed, fishing, traveling and meeting people. She also had a passion for arts and crafts, but most of all, she loved being around her family.

Lisa was survived by her mother Mary G Valdez of Silverton, Texas: five brothers, David and Heidi Valdez of Quitaque, Texas, Vicente Jr and Donna Valdez of Amarillo, Texas, Johnny Valdez of Riverton, Wyoming, Edward and Lavanda Valdez of Lubbock, Texas, Joseph and Shelly Valdez of Amarillo, Texas: half sister, Becky and Kent Sheffield of Jacksonville, Florida. Nineteen nieces and nephews and many great nieces and nephews.

Lisa was preceded in death by her father Vicente R Valdez and nephew Brandon Joe Valdez.

Cremation arrangements are under direct care of Lighthouse Funeral and Cremation Services of Amarillo, Texas. Services pending at Our lady of Loreto Catholic Church in Silverton, Texas.

3 Comments

  1. Aurora Kelly

    I had been looking for you! I even went and knocked on your door. But your home had been sold. I’m so sorry we never got to say goodbye to each other!
    Love you girl!

  2. Travis (Vyhnanek) Hall

    In 1986. Lisa and I met while training at Braum’s in Canyon, Texas. We became close friends. We went on many adventures in Texas and lived together briefly. I remember meeting many of Lisa’s family members in Silverton, Quitaque, and Canyon, Texas. She loved them very much. We drove to Ashton, Idaho, together and worked as truck drivers in the potato fields during harvest. When the harvest ended, I left Idaho and returned home in South Carolina. We lost touch. Lisa really made an impression on me. I thought of her often over the years and wondered what adventures she had been on. She was a free spirit. I miss her very much.

  3. Niki Martell

    I’m incredibly sad to find this. I’ve been looking for her for years! We met at the Bellagio, we always seemed to end up eating lunch together. Our friendship was special. Such a beautiful woman inside and out. She was funny, witty, passionate, loving, adventurous, etc. I wish I could’ve found her sooner. I’m truly heartbroken. I’m grateful she was around family when she passed. She loved you all so much. Rest in Heaven sweet lady, I’ll always love and miss you.

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