Valerie J. Robosson

June 25, 1952 - May 19, 2018

Valerie Jean (Rohler) Robosson-65 yrs old, resident of Cape Coral, Florida; formerly of Dundee, Michigan was born in Ypsilanti, Michigan on June 25, 1952. She was raised in Belleville, Michigan by her loving parents George & Eva Rohler who are deceased. She is also preceded by her biological father, Ralph “Guff” Guthrie and her youngest daughter Tami Kay Robosson.

Valerie is survived by her beloved husband of over 33 years, Brian W. Robosson of Florida; her biological mother, Mary Guthrie of MI; 3 loving daughters, Angela McCune (Cary) of FL, Andrea Ezell of MI and Alysia Smith (Bud) of MI; 5 siblings, Judy Richards (Bob) of MI, Linda Smutz(Brad) of MI, Ralph Guthrie of FL, Mike Guthrie (Cathy) of FL and Tom Guthrie (Debbie) of FL; 5 wonderful grandchildren, Tony, Brandon, Danielle, Alexandra and Josiah; 2 amazing great-grandchildren, Nathan and Angel; as well as Bella, her beloved puppy dog.
Valerie’s spirit was peacefully released from her shell while listening to the Native American Flute and beach sounds, surrounded by her family, at her beautiful home on Saturday, May 19, 2018, from cancer.

During her childhood, she enjoyed swimming, boating, digging foxholes pretending she was a soldier and beating up boys. In 1970, Valerie graduated from Belleville High School. Although she wanted to join the military, she chose to help the wounded by becoming a nurse. Her contagious smile made you feel loved, comforted and healed your hurt.
Valerie recently retired after 44 years of nursing. Although she loved her job and the wonderful long-lasting friendships she made along the way, she decided that it would be better with her face in the sun and her toes in the sand.

Val enjoyed reading, traveling, swimming, soaking up the sun and spending time with her family. She was the happiest when she had her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren around her. The more noise and laughter, the better! Whether it was family vacations (Disney, HHI, Vegas, Hawaii), mini trips (Mackinac Island, Lake Huron, Green Lake), day trips to Wamplers Lake, going to get an ice cream, nails done, shop or just a ride in the car…she would find any way to spend time with her family!!!
When her children were younger, Valerie was an AWANA Leader and was very involved with her church in Belleville. She was a born again Christian who found her path to God by following the Red Road (Native American Way).

The family would like to invite you to gather, eat and drink, in rememberance, on Sunday, June 3rd, 2018 from 1pm-5pm located at 43304 Judd Rd., Belleville, MI. Val wanted everyone to remember her life by celebrating it instead of mourning it. The Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, August 17th, 2018, from 12pm-9pm, located at the pavilion, inside the Walter J. Hayes State Park, 1220 Wamplers Lake Rd., Onsted, MI. 49265 (State Park entrance fee required.) Join us for a fun-filled celebration at, Val’s favorite all-sports lake, Wamplers Lake. Food, water and pop will be provided. Val will Swim free, along with our Messages to Heaven, towards the evening. Be sure to bring your stories, photos, bathing suits and smiles, for this IS a celebration of Val’s life!

Valerie was a loving daughter, sister, wife, mother, amaw and friend. She held in high regard her beliefs and values for her God, Country, work and family. A true warrior who was beautiful, smart, wise, strong, loving, stubborn, trustworthy, giving, compassionate, honest, supportive, loyal, caring, comforting, truthful, patriotic, selfless, family oriented, fair, amazingly awesome and everybody’s Best Friend!!!!! She made everyone feel like you were her favorite. You were…her favorite “YOU”.

Because of Val’s love for others, the family is requesting that donations be made in her memory to cervical cancer research in lieu of cards, flowers, etc. Prevention and early detection is the key. In addition, they would like to thank everyone for all of your continued prayers, love and support.

“The journey of a million miles starts with one step.” -Valerie J. Robosson


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