I felt like I knew Frank Victory before I ever met him in person. His wife worked for the city at the same time as me – our offices were next door to each other – and her love for him was obvious. She had been widowed at a very young age, left with an infant and preschool- to school-aged children to raise. But magic happened when Frankie and Gloria met. He adored her and she cherished him. He deeply loved her children. He raised them as his own. If all of us could have the love they shared, our neighborhood, our city, our nation, our world would be that much more perfect. You are so deeply missed.
Frank passed away on December 8, 2020 at the age of 75.
One person said, “He was a great kind man and love how he took care of his family and his mother. So proud to to say his was one of my brothers on Friday lunchâ€™s at the town center and our Saturday breakfast at the rescue squad. He was my double 1st cousin, next thing to a brother and most people didnâ€™t know he wasnâ€™t a brother. He will be be missed so much by everyone.”
Another said, “Another one of the good guys gone too soon. Will miss our phone calls. Rest In Peace Cuz.”"We Remember: Frank Victory",