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Subject: Actor Richard Valliere

Dies at 66
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Date Posted: Saturday, November 03, 07:01:49pm


Richard Valliere May 23, 1952 - Sept. 25, 2018. On Tuesday, Sept. 25 Rich passed away at the age of 66. Richard (Archie) was born in May of 1952 in San Diego, CA. to Jean Louis and Patricia (OConner) Valliere (both deceased). As a child, Rich lived with his parents in Marine Corp service locations: Boise Idaho, Biddeford Maine, Philadelphia PA, Albany GA. and Camp Lejeune NC. In 1968, the family moved to Orange Park where Rich later graduated from high school in1970.
He is known for his recent service as media specialist for First Assembly in Fleming Island, Florida.
Rich has accomplished much in his life as writer, media producer, actor and vocalist. He gained local notoriety as a singer/musician in the late 70s early 80s with the Richfield band that performed in the southeast U.S. Big Daddys venue and who produced two songs with Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, Inc./Capitol Records label (45 rpm).
His interest in acting began in high school and led to performances at the Orange Park Little (Community) Theater and at The Thunderbird in Jacksonville, Fla. In 1971, his screen acting career began in Green Cove Springs, when he played Sheriff in the science fiction film Zaat (aka The Bloodwaters of Doctor Z). Later, he acted as a day player in other films, most notably Jaws 3-D filmed in Orlando Fla. and released in 1983.
His Christian born-again experience led him to move with his wife to Cleveland, TN where he graduated in 1984 from New Life Bible College then to the Virginia Beach, VA area where he worked in the following ministries: Christian Broadcasting Network, Christian Coalition, and Dayspring International, Inc.. He also supported churches in the area of helps, as worship team singer and musician.
Prior to returning to Orange Park in 2005, Rich worked for Northrop Grumman as Senior Producer of the World News Network, Joint Forces Command, Suffolk Virginia. Rich is known for his quick wit, smile and compassionate spirit; always remembering a name and ready to encourage through his scripture songs and prayers. Rich is survived by his wife, Beverly and his siblings Corky (Joe) Loewenguth, Steve (Yolanda), Louis (Janine), Paul (Mary) and a niece, many nephews and great-nephews.
Family and friends are invited to the Celebration of the Life of Richard Valliere at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 3 at the First Assembly Clay County, 6865 Pine Avenue, Fleming Island, Fla.

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