Victor Joseph Lancelotta

December 23, 1921May 18, 2020

Victor Joseph Lancelotta passed away on May 18, 2020, at the age of 98. He was the beloved husband of Anne Patricia Lancelotta (nee Mills); loving father of Victoria Faith Lancelotta and her husband Steven Conti; dear brother-in-law of Bernadette Mills. Due to the current Covid Pandemic, a private burial ceremony will be held at Loudon Park Cemetery. A Mass celebrating his life at St. Leo the Great Roman Catholic Church will held at a later date. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to The Little Sisters of the Poor.


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Victor Joseph Lancelotta

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Sylvia and Craig Roe

May 23, 2020

Victoria, we befriended Vic and Pat at the Saturday 3:45 PM Mass at Charleston, several years ago. Your Dad was a TRUE gentleman, devoted to his Faith (no wonder it’s your middle name), Pat, You, Family and his Little Italy heritage. What a treasure he was. Always the best dressed. We have a mutual friend from the old days when he owned his Confectionery Store. Reminiscing was fun. He remained the same outgoing and even keel friend. We always looked forward to weekly conversations. He will sincerely be missed. Love to Pat. Deepest Sympathy!

Sylvia and Craig Roe

Joan Humphreys

May 20, 2020

Vic was a good friend and neighbor for many years. We are so grateful for the wonderful memories we have of all the good times our families shared on Longview Drive.
Heartfelt condolences to Pat, Victoria and Steve.

Carl, Joan & Kim

mark Coleman

May 19, 2020

Mr. Lancelotta was a good friend to our store Nelson Coleman Jewelers. I will always hold dear to me my friendship with Pat and Vic. We enjoyed a great friendship in years past. A true icon in the Baltimore community. One of the few left from the greatest generation. Victoria, you were were blessed with great parents.
Mark Coleman

Stacy Fernen

May 19, 2020

Mr. Lancelotta was our landlord. He was a very sweet man and he had some great stories to share with us. Quite an inspiration. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. Warm regards, Stacy Fernen

Harry Slade

May 19, 2020


Thank you for being a great landlord and for sharing all your stories. You are missed. My sincerest condolences go out to your family.

Harry Slade

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