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Victorino S. Santos, Jr.

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Victorino S. Santos, Jr. Notice
July 17, 1930 - Aug. 18, 2013
Victorino S. Santos, Jr. passed peacefully to be with the Lord on Aug. 18, at the age of 83. Affectionately known as "Vic", he was born in Manila, Philippines.
As a graduate of the University of the East at Manila with a Business Administration degree, majoring in accounting, he worked as an accountant at the Philippine Long Distance Telephone (PLDT) Company.
He proudly became a naturalized citizen of the United States of America in 1973 and was employed by the Southern Pacific (SP) Railroad Company as an Accountant at the San Francisco Main Office until his 1997 retirement.
Even before retiring from SP, Vic went on to become a successful Realtor as a means to stay socially active as well as contribute to the betterment of his community. He was a recipient of an "Honorary Member-For-Life" award by the Solano, California, and National Associations of Realtors.
Vic loved his family and friends. Always everybody's "chokaran", he stressed the importance of family ties to all whose lives he touched. Vic always acted as a benevolent patriarch. He bridged gaps to ensure that family and friend relationships were harmonious.
Vic was always a giving soul. The accomplishments of his children, grandchildren, sisters, nieces, and late brother are testament to his supportiveness, encouragement, and generosity. Because of his compassion, he is, and will always be, affectionately known as "Kuya", "Lolo", and/or 'Dodo' Vic" by all.
Vic leaves behind his loving wife of 52 years, Milagros; his three children, Michael Victorino (Evangelina), Christina Angelica S. (Ariel) Pineda, Peter Paulino "Paulie" (Stephanie); his granddaughters, Peyton Santos, Keianna Pineda, Reagan Santos, and Morgan Santos; his sisters at Edmonton, Alberta Canada, Edda S. Peters, Amelita S. (Ulrich) Bax, and Rosabella S. Dy-Reyes; his sister-in-law, Elizabeth G. Santos; his nieces, Antoinette "Nanette" D. Girouard, Arabelle "Belle" Dy-Reyes, and Justine Heloise Santos; and a devoted circle of relatives, extended family members, and friends who will miss his unforgettable presence. In addition, he is preceded in death by his brother, Jose Hector Santos.
There will be no formal services held at Vic's request, but a special intention will be offered on Aug. 25, at St. Basil's Catholic Church during the 9:30 a.m. Mass. The family will hold a special tribute to celebrate Vic's life at the Veteran's Hall in Vallejo at 1 p.m., on Aug. 25.
A private family committal will occur at a later date followed by 9th and 40th day Masses at St. Basil's Catholic Church. Lastly, the family of Victorino Santos has truly appreciated your thoughts, prayers, and love which have been a comfort during this time.
Published in TimesHeraldOnline on Aug. 21, 2013
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