Valery Verenko

Valery Verenko, Mt Morris, NY, Rochester Cremation

Valery Verenko of Mount Morris, NY passed peacefully into the arms of His Lord with his loving wife at his side on Palm Sunday, April 5, 2020 at age 76 following a short illness. Valery was born on April 2, 1944 the son of Ivan Danilovich and Aleksandra Terentyevna Verenko in Pyatigorsk, Stavropol Krai, Russia.

While in Russia, Valery was a USSR Army Sergeant. Later with his college degree, Valery was an ichthyologist engineer on board a Russian research vessel studying fish throughout the world. Currently, Valery was an employee of the Cleaning Service Center and worked at the Wegmans store in Geneseo, NY.

Valery is survived by his loving wife of 50 years, Lidia. Also survived by his daughter Oxana Verenko and husband Aleksandr Bobrov ,along with the joys of Valery’s life: grandson Rodin Verenko, grandaughter Esenia Verenko and grandson Gregory Bobrov.

In 2014, through hard work and perseverance Valery became a proud citizen of the United States of America.
Valery will be remembered as a devoted and caring husband, father and grandfather. Valery’s spontaneous smile will be sadly missed by many dear friends he met along the path of life.

There will be no prior calling hours. A private internment will be held at the discretion of the family. A memorial celebration of the life of Valery will be held at a later date.

2 Condolences

  1. Nadejda and Charlie Donegan on April 16, 2020 at 3:08 pm

    Our hearts are broken over the loss our DEAR FRIEND, Valery. He was the best friend anyone could wish to have. Valery was an honorable and honest hard working man. We cannot say enough about the goodness of our kind friend. We send many, many prayers and also our warmest regards and condolences to Lidia at this sad time. May the GOOD LORD give Lidia peace and assurance that Valery is now in the kind arms of God.

  2. Judy Couture on April 17, 2020 at 8:41 pm

    I am so very sad to hear this news. May peace be with Lidia at this very difficult time.

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