Stephanie, I was fortunate enough to buy a 2.5 ct Sapphire and a 12.5 ct Tanzanite from your father. He mentioned that if you saw the Sapphire you would want it for your wedding ring. He was a truly nice guy that sent other gemstones to my young son at the time who was interested in learning about gemstones. He also told me which book to buy for my son concerning gemstones. I made it a Christmas gift to my son and he still has the approximate 20 stones today. This young boy is now serving in the US Army in Afghanistan. We also spoke of his dogs and the special kennel he had made for them. I've been trying to get in contact with him for years and I'm saddened to find he has passed away. He promised me diamonds at great prices and I'm sure he would have delivered !! He was honest and kind and loved you tremendously. I'm so sorry for your loss. This year has been a hard one for losses. I lost my 17 month old grandson on January 7, 2014; my birthday. I get by one day at a time. God Bless You!!
Victor and I were friends in Germany in the United States Air Force 1965 to 1968. We had some fun adventures together including a trip to Amsterdam. I last saw Victor in the Fall of 1968 in Wausau Wisconsin after his discharge from the service. I know he will be greatly missed by family and friends.
I enjoyed watching and learning from Victor when he was on ValueVision. I am sorry to hear of his passing. Rest in peace.
Stephanie, Miss Zoey and I are sorry for your loss!!Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family!
Victor was a wonderfull human being, full of life and love. I lived with him in the 80's we were both young and far away from home, his love for his beautiful daughter Stephanie was immense. We travelled all over Asia and the Middle East sadly our paths separated. May he rest in peace always loved by Mary Ireland
he was great person i work for him for many year he just nice person