Valmore Vardamis  November 29 1937

Valmore Vardamis November 29 1937 October 28 2019

November 29 1937 October 28 2019
Obituary WESTFIELD- Val Vardamis, 82, passed away in Presque Isle on October 28, 2019. He was born on Nov. 29, 1937 in Mapleton, ME, the son of James and Gladys (Stevens) Vardamis. Val’s father was in the military so Val attended the first two years of high school in Itazuke, Japan. Val often remarked that these two years in 1953-54 were the best two years of his life. Val later lived in Moon Township PA, and graduated high school in 1956 in Pittsburgh, Pa. Val lived in New York City from 1957-… Read more Events Nov5 Graveside Tuesday, November 05, 2019 1:00PM Maine Veterans Cemetery 37 Lombard Road Caribou, ME 04736 Get directions View MapTextEmail Order flowers for Valmore’s Graveside. Guaranteed delivery before Valmore’s Graveside begins.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Valmore Vardamis November 29 1937 October 28 2019.

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death notice Valmore Vardamis November 29 1937 October 28 2019

obituary notice Valmore Vardamis November 29 1937 October 28 2019

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  1. Val was my best friend throughout our first two years of high school at Itazuke. We had many adventures together traveling around Japan playing basketball, and visiting friends together during summer vacations. We once set a closed-course sailing record at the Australian Sailing Club in Kure, and got kicked out of the Club the same day for not returning the boat on time. Another time we got Mohawk haircuts on a whim, and the base commander made is shave our heads the next day so none of the troops stationed at Itazuke Air Base and Camp Hakata would get the same idea. Like so many military brats, we failed to keep up with one another through the years. It was sad to see his obit this morning, but so nice to read about his long life and doing the things he loved to do. Rest In Peace my friend.



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