May 19, 1958 ~ April 11, 2017
Born in: Rocky Ford, CO,
Resided in: Pueblo, CO
Quenten Wayne Valentine, 58, born on May 19, 1958, and passed away on April 11, 2017. Survived by parents, Janet and Jerry Valentine; brother, Boyd Valentine; the love of his life, Nancy Goss; uncles, Butch (Sue) Sartor and Donnie (Anna) Sartor; aunt, LaJune Macaluso; as well as numerous cousins and dear friends. Preceded in death by his brother, Bruce Valentine; grandparents, Raymond and Louise Sartor and Alma Valentine; aunts, Bonnie Goodrich and Janie Steir; cousins, Michael Sartor, Danny Sartor and Raelene Steir. Quenten was born in Rocky Ford, Colo. and was a 1976 graduate of Pueblo South High School. He retired from CF&I in 1992 and pursued his passions in life that included NASCAR racing, building hot rods, slot car racing with his brother and Sunday dinners at his parents' house. Quenten loved his family and all who knew him loved him and his beautiful and contagious smile! Memorial service, 10:00 a.m. Friday, April 21, 2017, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com
i am so sorry for your loss…RIP QUENTEN…
Quenten was such a special person. He always made me laugh, he was always happy and we always had a great time wherever we went, especially at the race track. He was my first true love. Your family was always so good to me, and I miss your Sunday dinners. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. He will be truly be missed. Heaven has gained an awesome angel.
,I’m so heart broken he has always been a special person to me and a dear friend, my sincere condolence to family
Janet, Jerry and Family,
We are deeply saddened by the loss of your son. We will pray for you and your family. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Aileen Passalaqua and Daughters
Janet, Jerry, Boyd, and family,
My heart goes out to all of you on the loss of Quenten. He was such a happy, funloving young man. He was always so polite and respectful to me, and I thought the world of him. You are all in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Rest In Peace, dear Quenten.
Jerry, Janet , Boyd, Quenten
will always have my heart. He was my First True Love and I never got over him. My heart is crushed and I will always love him. Give Molly girl kisses from her mother, Quenten. My prayers are with the family at this time. May God hold you during this time.
I love you all very much, Love Carla
I’m so sorry for your loss may god heal your grieving hearts. Quenten had an amazing personality and I waa glad to serve him and the rest of your family at village inn. My heart hurts for you all. If you need anything please call.
Crystal Mascarenas village inn server.
So sorry to hear about Quentin. The time has gone too fast since the boys were all best friends. Miss those days. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during these sad times.
Betty, Richard and Ricky Williams
Janet, Jerry, Boyd, Nancy, Family, and Friends
Although its been 30 plus years since I have been home long enough to get in touch I have often reflected on the talent, humor, and the way he could welcome anyone with a smile! I think that some of us growing up tried to emulate what he could create but never duplicate. I have always looked up to Quenten growing up and will be forever grateful for his friendship.
Quenten was someone who always made you feel so special with a smile and a hug. I was fortunate that Anthony chose him to be a groomsman in our wedding because it opened up the opportunity for me to get to know the entire Valentine family. The bond that the Valentine’s have is unsurpassed. Losing Quentin is extremely sad but he will never be forgotten. God will be opening his gates to welcome Quentin home. Both anthony and I love the Valentine family.
Even though we didn’t see each other as much as we got older, Quenten was one of my very best friends growing up, I enjoyed him immensely , he was such a happy and loving person with a SMILE bigger than life!!!
So sorry for your family loss!!!! Blessings to all! (friend of Tammy Steir-Bowen)