Valerie Faye HANSEN

(nee Scott)

Extended family sadness has delayed the announcement of the passing of our beloved Valerie Faye (Scott) Hansen. She slipped away peacefully, on September 29, 2008, in the Prince George Regional Hospital with family members at her bedside.

Valerie was born February 18, 1954 in Chilliwack. She grew up here and graduated from CSSS and was active in 4H, Chilliwack, Theatre Guild and Dinner Theatre, during her senior and post-graduate years. She continued researching, studying and accessing knowledge the remainder of her short life.

Around 1985, she and her son moved to Surrey. During her years there, she honed her natural gifts to become an Internationally known Physic, traveling extensively across northern United States and Canada.

The Hansens relocated in 1999, to a peaceful property on the outskirsts of Prince George to be close to natural, open environment and have lots of space to garden and enjoy the solitude. Here she became a prolific writer and conducted classes and seminars in Prince George venues to help clients and pass on knowledge in her chosen field of astrology, metaphysics and alternative healing disciplines. She recently achieved a Certified Masters statis in hypnotherapy. Her husband is also a gifted alternative healer.

Surviving Valerie are her loving husband Jan; son Ryan Scott (Sara) of Ft. St. John; step-daughter Stacey Fredette of Coquitlam, brother-in-law Bent Hansen (Kathleen), of Vancouver Island; mother, Jessie Scott; sister, Wendy (Roy) Cromarty; and brother Randy Scott Armstrong. She also leaves grandchildren: Riley and Madison Scott, Katie and Kylie Fredette and Chole Hansen in Austrialia. She will also be sadly missed by aunts Alice Ramm, Bunny Sterling, Helen Cromarty and Aileen Scott, several nieces and nephews, many cousins and friends.

She was pre-deceased by maternal and paternal grandparents, father, Lorne Scott; step-son Anthony Hansen; uncles: Robert Cromarty, Henry Ramm, Dr Sterling, and very recently her remaining uncle Verne Scott left us.

We gratefully wish to acknowledge and thank caring friends and family for their kind messages and condolences.

Think of her as living, in the hearts of those she touched.

For nothing is ever lost and she was loved so much.

Forever loved and in our hearts, — The Family