God called home Victoria L. Viviano(Strunk) on Saturday July 23, 2022 shortly after her 60th birthday. She was born July 12, 1962 born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. Victoria was the daughter of Alice and John and was the only sister of 4 siblings.
Victoria in her younger days worked at the World’s Fair Donuts, ran the Viviano produce stand in Soulard, secretary at Olan Mills Photography, sold roses at bars and events, and even licensed herself in professional cleaning. Victoria was a very hard worker who took pride in everything she did until she became disabled from an unfortunate car accident many years ago. She was a very strong person and a fighter every day until her last. Her family was everything to her, she devoted her life caring for her family. She was the most amazing mother and grandmother and loyal wife. She loved her children and grandchildren more than anything in the world. She was the rock of her family. Victoria was endlessly loving, caring, wise, smart, passionate, and faithful. Victoria loved going to rock concerts, going to the zoo especially to see tigers her favorite animal, baking cupcakes, eating fried chicken, playing board games, watching Law & Order, and making memories with her best friend, her grandson. She was her family’s biggest supporter and was always there for them. Victoria loved with every piece of her heart and was so loved by everyone who knew her.
Victoria is survived by her husband of 45 years Vito D. Viviano. She is survived by her 2 children Vito Jr.(Jackie) Viviano, and Nicole Viviano(the late Dennis E. Minor). Survived by her 4 grandchildren Dennis M. Minor, Mariah, Alise, and Sophia Viviano. And survived by her brothers Joseph(Shana) Strunk, and David(Lisa) Strunk. And was a fur grandma to Sassy.
Victoria is now a beautiful guardian angel and is finally out of pain. She has now walked through the white gates of heaven pain free without her cane greeted by her mother who was waiting for her. Victoria will be forever missed and loved until the end of time.
Celebration Of Life: Friday July 29, 2022 at Michel Funeral Home 5930 Southwest Ave. St. Louis, MO 63139 from 4pm-8pm.