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Harry J Will Funeral Homes

37000 W Six Mile Road, Livonia, MI

OBITUARY

Victoria Janice Angelosanto

March 3, 1949January 10, 2020

Victoria Janice Angelosanto was born on March 3, 1949 in Detroit, MI. She passed away on January 10, 2020 at Angela Hospice with her family by her side.

She is survived by her husband Domenico and her 2 children Dion (Annemarie) and Robyn (John); 4 grandchildren Dominic, Isabelle, Madison, and Anthony; 5 siblings Helena, Norma, Charles, Cindy, and Marihelen.

Visitation will be held on January 19th from 2:00pm to 7:00 pm with a 7:30pm scripture service at Harry J Will Funeral Home in Livonia. A Funeral Service will be held on January 20th at 10:00am at St. Mary Cause of Our Joy in Westland. Family and friends may gather at the church before the service at 9:30 am.

Services

20 January

Funeral In State

9:30 am

St. Mary Cause of Our Joy

8200 N. Wayne Rd
Westland , Michigan 48185

20 January

Funeral Mass

10:00 am

St. Mary Cause of Our Joy

8200 N Wayne Rd
Westland, Michigan 48185

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation Sunday, January 19, 2020
  • Scripture service Sunday, January 19, 2020

Memories

Victoria Janice Angelosanto

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Julianne Vitale-Kuhn

January 20, 2020

When I met Vicki.....The year was 2016. The place was EMCC Super fest, specifically the silent auction table; your domain. You approached me with your contagious vibrant personality. You asked if I had a car? Nope, my boyfriend does. You asked if we thought about becoming members. I told you Jason wanted to join, but my schedule was so busy already, there wasn't enough hours in a day until after I graduated. Your famous words "oh, it's not like that...we don't do a lot...if you can make things do, if you can't don't worry about. Its fun! The club has great people! We do this super fest every year and its FUN too! In less than 30 seconds, you were walking me over to Ernie (the treasurer at the time) to sign Jason and I up to become member's. It was a SURPRISE for Jason, and boy was he surprised! The rest as they say, is history. I ended up winning the ice cream maker (which I really wanted). Turned out, you donated it, so every time I use it, I get to take a stroll down memory lane. I will miss you, more than I can express. You showed me the ropes, in ways you didn't realize. Your strength is immeasurable. Heaven not only gained an angel, but a warrior. I made you two promises: 1) to fill your shoes for the silent auction and 2) that we as a club would keep Nick in line and out of trouble and most of all BUSY.

To Nick and Family, we are so very sad for you all, for the loss of Vicki. Take comfort in knowing that she will always be with you everyday, in everyway. She will live through you and your memories of her. We will keep you all in our daily thoughts and prayers. Please do not hesitate to reach if there is anything we can do for you, even if it is just to grab a coffee.

Much Love & Respect Always,
Julianne and Jason Kuhn

Chad Harrington

January 18, 2020

I remember as a child going over to Victoria's house and playing pinball in the basement. Barbaques and going to the park at the school. It was such a loving atmosphere and an awesome place to hang out. Also all of the family reunions at Hinze Park. My condolences go out to the family. Prayers for God's presence through all the great memories and family and friends. It is always hard knowing why God takes some people so early. We love you and will miss you Victoria. Until we meet again Sunshine and smiles.

Pauline Staran

January 18, 2020

Vicky,It was a pleasure to have you as a neighbor,as well as a friend.I will miss you dearly .you are in my prayers.always a friend Pauline

Gina George

January 14, 2020

So many happy memories from high school at St. Mary of Redford. We had lots of laughs planning reunions together. Vicki was always the first to head home. She loved her husband Nick to pieces. And she was up ready for work each day. Her family was a great source of joy and pride and comfort. She doted on her grandchildren ("the most beautiful and brilliant children in the world"). Thank you, Vicki, for your sweet smile and bright eyes. We remember you with great fondness because you spread light everywhere you went.

Janet Rost

January 13, 2020

I met Victoria at the Livonia Y in our Water Exercise classes. She was always happy and sharing good news. I will miss her smile and positive attitude and I pray that you have strength to get through these days ahead. She was a wonderful woman.

Fran Breault

January 13, 2020

Though miles and time separated us, we have always remain friends. Thank you for sharing your high school years with me. Your kindness and gentle spirit made you someone I was proud to call my friend. You will take this journey with the same can do attitude that you approach everything. Love

Tony Rigato

January 13, 2020

I met Nick & Vic 2 years ago, when I joined the club. Vic was always ready to keep me in line, because I can be a little loud, I will never forget calling Nick one day last year? she answers "I am not his secretary Tony" me "Hi Vic" Vic "Tony he is sleeping on the floor right now he just finished cutting the grass, I'll have him call you back" she hung up! I love you Vic!
God Bless

Susie Dunham

January 12, 2020

We met Nick and Vicki around the time we moved to Michigan in 1986 and joined the Tri_V Club. What a ball of energy. Easy to laugh, help out in any way, invite you in for a chat, coffee, surrounded by her kids and hubs. A hard worker, solid friend, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, aunt... What else. Selfless. Always remembered birthdays. When our son was ill she sent cards to him all the time and they'd make him smile. She supported our family when we lost him. Miles can come between us in distance, but the friendships are still held close. See ya on the flip-side, my friend.

Cal & Jan Cashman

January 12, 2020

Victoria was a strong, wonderful, caring and courageous woman even before she became sick and in her sickness she was so strong and never wanted to dwell on herself. She always put others ahead of anything she was facing. That is definitely a strong person. She will be so missed by all of us that called her a wonderful friend. Rest in peace Victoria.

Mary Stanczyk

January 12, 2020

Keeping the Family of Victoria in our thoughts and prayers.

Mary & Bob Stanczyk

FROM THE FAMILY