I had the joy of working with Vic from 1974-1976 at Holston Army Ammunition Plant in Kingsport, TN. I learned so much from him and everyone enjoyed being around him. The world has lost a true patriot!
I found out only now of my great friend Vic's passing. what a brilliant, funny, down to earth, mentor he was to me in my career at BMY and later when we remained friends until we went separate paths in the late 90's. He was always there to guide me and provide good advice. He was a true patroit and a good friend. I am so saddened by his loss and wish I could have paid my respects. My condolences and deepest sympathy to Carol and his daughters that he loved and always talked about.
I just read in the Stevens Alumni magazine of Vic's passing. We were in grad school together at Stevens in 1962 and 1963. There was one course that was so difficult that I felt lost at the end of each class. After nearly pulling my hair out trying to figure what the questions were even asking, I'd go to see Vic, and he just happened to see right thru the work. If it hadn't been for him, I never would have gotten through two semesters of the course. I owe much to Vic.
Vic was a great mentor for me during my early years at BMY. He was respected by all in York. He was a great man who left a great legacy. Rest in peace my friend.
To the Family of Vic,
Thinking of you during this difficult time. My deepest sympathy.
Mary Snook, BMY/United Defense/BAE Systems
I am so sorry for all of the pain and sorrow you endured over the past six months. I cannot forget seeing you suffer. And I miss you dad.
I have great memories of Vic from the BMY days. He was a great boss and mentor. I learned a lot from him and he will be missed. He always spoke fondly of his family and was a true gentleman.
Vic: Your many friends and associates at BMY/United Defense will miss you.
Nancy and I have often thought of the great times we shared, when I worked with Vic, at BMY. A great man who leaves a legacy of truth, honor and Christian virtue. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.
Vic, You will be sorely missed by all your friends at BMY and at the Legion lunches.
You will be so missed by many! Join Louise in heaven she so loved her brother.
We consider ourselves blessed to have known Vic. We will miss his wit, humor, his patriotic values and polictical views. This world has lost a wonderful man. Until we meet again.
You will be missed by lots of folks that were glad to know such a good man!