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Smith & Williams Funeral Home/Kempsville

4889 Princess Anne Road, Virginia Beach, VA

OBITUARY

Lina Victa Perez

September 23, 1934May 28, 2020

Lina Victa Perez, 85, passed away on May 28, 2020. She was born in Cavite, Philippines, to Casimiro and Pacita Victa. She was married to Pedro Perez for 30 years until his death in 1982. She immigrated to the United States in 1984 and permanently settled in the Virginia Beach area. She was a diligent employee who held various positions in multiple fields. However, her love of cooking: the planning, preparation and sharing with family and friends was her passion. She was passionate about life as evident by her strong will to live when she was undergoing chemotherapy treatment and battling cancer. She was an avid TFC fan and enjoyed listening to the songs of Josh Groban, Yani, Andrea Boccelli and other Filipino artists. Her flair of storytelling and recounttng funny events always brought joy and laughter to those fortunate enough to be in her presence.

Lina is survived by her children: Bernardino Perez and daughter-in-law Jazell; Barbara Obligacion and her husband Danilo, Ferdinand Perez and daughter-in law Raquel; her beloved niece Lourdes Glenn. She is also survived by her siblings: Candido Victa; and her three sisters: Severina Victa, Lourdes Victa and Elena Victa Ramos and her husband Roman; 10 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren; and a large, loving and extended family across the US, Canada and the Philippines.

A Mass and a “Celebration of Lina’s Life” will be held in the future at the Church of the Ascension once social gatherings are mandated as safe and permissible for all.

Services

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Memories

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Alexander Marcelo

May 31, 2020

We will miss you very much .... you’re the most fun loving and generous grandmother we could have asked for. We were lucky to have you in our lives.... we love you very much !

Alec and Val

Valori Glenn

May 31, 2020

We love you very much Nanay.... you will be forever in our hearts ♥️ May you Rest In Peace

Alec and Val

Paul Cruz

May 30, 2020

Paul Cruz

May 30, 2020

Paul Cruz

May 30, 2020

Most fascinating person I have ever met. Nanay you were such blessing to everyone and I’m forever grateful to have met you in my life. I was very touched by your motherly love that is so pure. I will deeply miss you . It will be different without you but I will keep your memory alive.
I will continue to be in touch with your family that I love so much.
I will always love you my Nanay and I will always for your happiness with our Creator.
Love, Paul❤️❤️❤️

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY