Deepest condolences from Celeste & Albert Fautz and Leo Wiesemann
It can be so hard to face the new year without your loved one, but the love of family and friends can carry you through.
Dear anager of the St. Matthews Branch of Bank of Louisville. I was a teller at the drive thru window and a customer was trying to cash a check. Our dear Manager Victor walked by and waved to the people in the car. I cashed the check and when it "bounced" Victor said "Why in the world did you cash THAT check" Victor (my boss) I said "Thought they were friends of yours - you were smiling and waving so nicely." I remember him with his kind heart and now I am 73 years old, but would still give our the bank's money to any friend of your family. God Bless ..
HE has opened HIS arms for another "faithful" onto the Kingdom.
The peace of the LORD will be with you and your family.
Vic and I met at his home, I was his wife's nurse. He was very personable and kept me laughing. I looked forward to visits weekly. After both of them moved into Jefferson Manor I would go visit him as a friend if I was in the neighborhood. I came to be friends with his daughter Mary Wolf. I loved his spirit and his sense of humor. I hope he is happy and full of life in his next place of being.
Victor an I met at Jefferson Manor when I would take communion to him from St. Albert church. He and I would talk for a long time about many things , he was a very nice guy, I will miss seeing him.
Such fond memories of this gentle giant. Condolences to the Gessman family from the Vetter family.