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Victoria Julia Hite

February 9, 1935March 24, 2020

Victoria J. Hite , 85, of Tampa, Florida, went home to the Lord on March 24th, 2020 in Tampa, Florida.

Victoria was born on February 9, 1935 in Wilkes-Barre, Pa to Stanley and Julia Ochrem. She married Alexander Hite on August 11, 1955.

She received her Nursing degree from Pittston Hospital School of Nursing in Pittston, Pa. , soon followed by her BA Degree. She worked her entire career as a nurse, caring and helping others. She retired from nursing in 1998 and moved to Florida to be with her family. She enjoyed attending daily Mass and participating in various Church ministries at St. Paul Church. She truly enjoyed working with all the ladies on the Council of Catholic Women and the Padre Pio group for many years. She was a faithful servant of the Lord.

Victoria was preceded in death by her parents Stanley and Julia, her husband Alexander, and her grandchild Ashley O’Connor.

Victoria is survived by her daughter Pamela Hite-Bocchino , son-in-law Ed Bocchino, her grandchildren, John O’Connor, Edward, Daniel and Erika Bocchino.

Due to the COVID -19 virus, a Celebration of Life Mass at St. Paul Church will take place at a later date.


No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Victoria Julia Hite

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Gail Meldrim

March 29, 2020

I’ll always remember working with Vicki and the fun we had at her white elephant parties. I haven’t seen Vicki in several years since she moved to Florida but I will always carry her memory in my heart. My condolences to Pam and the family and loved ones.

Lucy Valder

March 27, 2020

Vickie dedicated her life to helping those in need. She was a strong and dedicated member of the Council of Catholic Women at St Paul’s Catholic Church. She was an inspiration to all and we will miss her so much. May she Rest In Peace. 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

TIm and Suzanne Casey

March 27, 2020

Vicky was just a dynamic lady! She was wonderful with her grandkids and daughter and a real influence at St Paul’S Church! We will always remember her and the wonderful Polish dinners she coordinated at St Paul. We are glad she became our friend!

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