Edward Albert Valverde

Died: Mon., May 13, 2019


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  On May 13, 2019, after a long illness, Edward Albert Valverde passed peacefully from this world surrounded by family and friends. Ed was born in Queens, NY, to Albert Valverde, and Mary Valverde (nee Joyce).

   He grew up in Monmouth County, New Jersey, but spent most of his life in the Mid-Hudson Valley, which he loved.  Ed was a graduate of Mater Dei High School, class of 1971.  He went on to graduate from Marist College in 1975.  Ed spent most of his career in Manhattan as a Senior Systems Analyst, retiring from the Bank of New York in 2008.

   He leaves behind his father, Albert of Manalapan, NJ, loving sister, Joyce Bell of Tequesta, Florida and nephew Zach Bell of Manhattan.  Ed loved the outdoors and could be found most times in his kayak on the Hudson, hiking the local trails and snowshoeing in the winter.  He will be sorely missed.

  There will be a celebration of life at a future date to be determined.  In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Ed’s name to www.riverkeeper.org. Arrangements entrusted with Joseph J. Darrow Sr. Funeral Home Inc. 39 So Hamilton St Poughkeepsie, NY 12601. 845-452-1840. To send an online condolence visit www.darrowfuneralhome.org

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Jack Janci and Family
   Posted Sat May 18, 2019
I miss my good friend Ed and our visits and long conversations. We are left with many happy memories that will helps us fade thoughts of his final undeserved suffering. My deepest sympathy to Joyce and Zach and know that you will be always in my prayers.

Jack 'Janker'Janci

Mary DiDio (Felter)'77
   Posted Sun May 19, 2019
So sorry to hear this sad news. Heartfelt condolences to Ed's family and all those who loved him. Here's to the wonderful memories over numerous years that so many of us shared with Ed. May he rest in peace.
Mary DiDio (Felter) '77