Victor John Spurlock

November 21, 1948December 25, 2020

Victor John Spurlock, age 72, of Phoenix, Arizona passed away on Friday, December 25, 2020. Victor was born November 21, 1948.

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  • Funeral Mass

    Tuesday, February 23, 2021



Victor John Spurlock

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Claire and George Grzybowski

February 23, 2021

Vic had many loves - his music, architectural design, family, his faith and most of all, his love for Nancy. He was able to incorporate all of these loves into his daily life. George and I admired Nancy and Vic's devotion to each other. They were "soul mates" He will be missed by everyone he touched. Our deepest sympathy to you Nancy, Andrew and family. He will be with you always.

George and Claire

Karen Edmonson

January 29, 2021

Dear Nancy & Andrew,
So many memories came flooding back when I learned of Vick’s passing. He had a personality as big as his smile. He was kind and so much fun. Friday night dinner & music for years. All the trips to the Prescott cabin, playing golf, the RV trip to see the comet! Your wedding on “our” mountain and passing on our home to you to make your own great memories and making it bigger and better. Am glad I got to see you both again 5? years ago.
May all your wonderful memories of him soften the pain of your loss. I am so sorry. Sending virtual hugs-please stay in touch. God bless you both.
Karen Edmonson & Jim Mallatt 😘

Mary Lynn Kelly

January 16, 2021

Dear Nancy & Andy, our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time of Vick's passing. The Kelly family have many fond memories of our times together. We'll always remember the parties (especially St. Patrick's Day and green m&m's), football games, music and family celebrations we shared together. Vick had a giving heart and big smile that has touched many lives, and we will miss him dearly.

Mark Littau

January 12, 2021

I was so sorry to hear of Vic's passing. Although we lost touch over the 50 + years since our time at KU, I still fondly remember Vic's great sense of humor. We spent a few years as roommates and shared some of the fun and wild and crazy times (and hard work) at the Architecture building and at KU.

Mark Littau
class of '71

Jim & Bebe Fisher

January 5, 2021

Dear Nancy and Andrew, our prayers are with during this time of loss. We have so many wonderful memories with you and Vic. All the parties, music, trips we shared add depth to our lives. Vic’s enthusiasm for living life carried us all just a little farther and a little better. He was a big part of our life during that time. He is truly missed. May God’s grace and strength cover you and your family.

Jim Fisher

January 5, 2021

One of my fondest memories is when we played golf at the course where his dad worked in saint louis. Wonderful time with him and his parents and on the golf course. Another is all the times we would all get together and have our own little music fest, lots of fun and great memories.

Kathy Mayfield

January 2, 2021

Vic, heaven's angels will have a new member of the Rock 'n Roll band. I so enjoyed your music ministry at church and could see how much time and effort you put into it. I have a lovely CD of Christmas favs that Nancy sent one year. I always think of you when I listen to it. Much love to Nancy and Andrew and the whole family.

Lynne MacKnight

January 2, 2021

Dear Nancy and Andy,
We are so sorry for your loss. We will remember Vic's kindness and quick wit. He was very talented and will be missed by all. Know we are praying for you during this difficult time.
Lynne and Dave MacKnight

Barbara Grossman

January 1, 2021

Stuart and I send loving thoughts to all of you during this difficult time.

May all your memories bring you much peace and comfort!

There are so many wonderful memories of Vick during all our Village gatherings that we have to look back on. In addition, we are so thankful that he got to share special events in our children's lives with us .

Memories that will stay with us always❤️❤️

Elisa Snader

January 1, 2021

Vic was a wonderful man and I am very sorry for your loss. My memory of Vic was at my wedding when he asked if the color red was a Jewish thing and I told him "No it's a me thing" Then later when you had a party at your house and seeing the red kippah (head coverings for the men) sitting on the statue of the monkey. It still makes me laugh today.