Owen Le Vallee Obituary, Death – Owen Le Vallee unexpectedly died leaving loved ones, friends and the community in sadness. The following message that was posted on Owen’s Facebook page today was really upsetting to see, and it was quite upsetting. It said, “Letting all of Owen’s friends know that on January 3rd, he passed the finish line and entered the celestial arena.” (Letting all of Owen’s friends know that he entered the celestial arena.) Owen, a native of Guernsey, had a long and robust life, making it well into his 90s, and was a member of the Honorary Life Membership Society of the International Island Games Association. He was also a member of the International Island Games Association. In addition to that, he was an active participant in the International Island Games Association.
In 2015, when I was just getting the Facebook group off the ground, he was one of the first people to join. By sending me a lot of positive compliments, which I found to be incredibly encouraging, he provided me with a lot of emotional support, which I really appreciated. He was a vocal supporter of the neighborhood and community around him. During the years that followed, he never stopped engaging in that past time of his and did so continuously. Owen was a character who was well-known and respected in Guernsey as well as much further afield, and he took a great deal of pride in the fact that the late Queen had granted the MBE to him.
Owen was well-known and respected in Guernsey as well as much farther away. As a direct result of his election to the position of first Vice Chairman of the Association in 1985 and his subsequent election to the position of Chairman in 1987, he was in a position to play a significant part in the growth and development of the Island Games. He was also able to serve as a Chairman for the Island Games. The year 1985 was the one that saw both of these elections take place. Up until the year 2001, when he resigned, he continued to contribute to the Games in a variety of different ways. By the time he left his position with the Games, he had accomplished a great deal while working there.
Despite the fact that I was never given the opportunity to speak with him, I would be grateful if anyone who was fortunate enough to know him would share their memories of him in the section below that is dedicated to reader comments. In spite of the fact that I was never given the opportunity to speak with him, I am grateful for anyone who was fortunate enough to know him. I would want to use this opportunity to offer our condolences to Owen’s family and friends on behalf of the entire sports community and to convey our deepest sympathies for the loss that you have suffered.