Valerie Greene

Valerie A. Greene

Friday, October 3rd, 1969 - Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020
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Valerie Greene passed away unexpectedly at home in Meredith, NH on Wednesday, July 22nd.

Valerie Ann Lavoie Greene was born on October 3rd, 1969 in Laconia, NH to Ted Lavoie and Charlotte Lavoie. After Charlotte’s passing at a young age, Sherri Lavoie married Ted and helped raise Valerie. She was the younger sister to David Lavoie and Paul Lavoie. They resided in Meredith and Valerie graduated from Inter-Lakes High School in 1988.

She was a talented chef and worked in many area restaurants, helping to craft specials and menu items, and grocery stores where she put her talent for cleanliness and organization to good use. She was famous for her beautiful cakes and her incredible chicken salad. She had an acerbic wit and her friends will miss the way she could lighten the mood with a joke or a funny story. Her two sons Owen Greene and Milo Greene were the light of her life and the joy in her day.

She is predeceased by her mother Charlotte Lavoie, her father Ted Lavoie, and her beloved brother David Lavoie. She will be missed deeply by her sons, family, and her friends.
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    Monday, August 3rd, 2020 | 10:00am
    Monday, August 3rd, 2020 10:00am
    Meredith Village Cemetery
    Daniel Webster Highway
    Meredith, NH 03253
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Posted at 04:02pm
I didn't know Valerie. I was visiting my wife's grave at the cemetery when Valerie's burial service was taking place. I saw a very large crowd. Valerie must be and have been deeply loved. May her Soul be at rest with God. Jack Donahue, Meredith, NH

Janet Clifford

Posted at 04:32pm
Baby Val - I will always miss your sense of humor, quick wit and endless love. You will always be my sister and a best friend. I can't believe I won't be able to visit you when I come home. I am so sorry for your sons Owen and Milo who will forever miss their loving mother. You boys meant more to her than anything in the world. I am sorry for Sherri and Paul who lost a daughter and a beloved sister. Your family has certainly had to much loss and you are forever in my heart!


Marcia Chase

Posted at 05:32pm
Val you will be greatly missed, RIP my friend, at least your with dad n Dave....

Heidi Stiles

Posted at 01:25pm
I will never forget seeing your smile at Sunshine and Pa’s the last time I was there for breakfast. You are a kind soul with a good heart. You will be missed seen around town. You are an angel who gained her wings.

Rhonda Humiston

Posted at 06:23pm
I love you Val!!! You were my first neighbor as an adult and I will be forever thankful for that and you. We had some super fun times and I will always remember them!! I'm so happy that I will always keep your memories alive in my times with Milo. He is my little bud and I promise to keep it that way!! Love you girl!!! ❤️❤️❤️

Suzzanne Posted at 05:44pm

Valerie I love you ,you will be deeply missed we had great times working at Mame’s and Millworks Restaurant you are a very dear friend . I am so Sorry Owen and Milo and Paul . ❤️❤️❤️

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