As you know, Vic and I were friends from our very early years in Cherry Tree, PA.I have known Vic for about 58 years. As an only child, I appreciated being accepted by his parents and his siblings as if I were a part of his family.Several months ago I told Vic how important he and his family were in my life and I am very glad I did so.
My wife Barbara met Vic 4 years ago and thought he had a larger-than-life personality.She loved him as did I.Vic will surely be missed by both of us.
Dear Aunt Sheila and Family,
Uncle Vic was the kind of guy that cheers up your day, no matter what was going on. Although I only met him a few times, and really only once in recent memory, he is a person that you will never forget, no matter how long you live. I am so glad that we got to spend time together recently because without that, my memories of Uncle Vic would have been from years ago. He had me laughing from the moment I stepped into your house until dad and I left. He was without a doubt one of the sweetest people that I have ever met, and it goes without saying that it has been a privilege to have known him. We love you Aunt Sheila, God Bless You, and rest in peace Uncle Vic, we love you and will miss you dearly.
All of our love,
Dearest Aunt Sheila,
These comments are from e-mails from Lin to me which I want to share with you:
"I remember when we went to Niagara Falls for their wedding...what a fun time we had! Uncle Vic was all about fun and being positive and he was such a sweetie. Both kids just loved him. I know when Victoria came back from your cousin's funeral she mostly talked about Uncle Vic. I am so glad that Alex got to see him in April and see him where he loved to be...near the golf course! He was a lovely man and I feel privileged to have known him. He really loved Sheila...she is a dear sweet lady and I feel so badly for her.
Victoria was so upset about Uncle Vic that she was crying and wanted to talk. She read Uncle Vic's eulogy to me and then cried some more. It's beautifully written and he would love it! I think she will be okay by the time you get there. I really wish I could go. I loved Uncle Vic and I wish I could be there...I am just glad that Victoria is going with you. I think Alex was very upset. He just adored Uncle Vic too...who didn't? I know he was looking forward to visiting him while at FSU."
Aunt Sheila, I received my birthday card in the mail yesterday with the top shelfer enclosed...I think you put that card in the mail. Thank You!!!
Can you believe what word was prominent on the card? You said it when I first saw you Friday night, SPECIAL! I heard it said over and over Friday and Saturday about Uncle Vic. He truly was SPECIAL to all the lives he touched. We were blessed to have him with us as long as we did.
We all love you and our hearts filled and our arms are open to hold you up. And if we grow weary...God is holding all of us in his hands.
Much love always,
Victoria, Alex, Kristen, Lin and Flip
My deepest sympathy to the Fronk Family. Victor will be greatly missed. I had the pleasure to play golf with him only a few times at NFCC.
Please accept my condolences,for a terrific co-worker,and friend...I had worked with Victor many years ago at the Bank, and lost contact with him until 5 years ago, when I met up with him again at the Post Office. He was still the same great man I remember, and may he rest with the Lord in Peace now.
Dear Sheila and family:
We are so sorry to hear of Vic\'s passing. We enjoyed our time with you both last Saturday and saw first hand just how brave he was. He will be missed, but not forgotten.
Ron and Phyllis Boyd
Dear Sheila @ Family
Please accept my deepest sympathies on the passing of Vic.
Although I never knew him, he sounded like a wonderful man.
May God be with you.
Dear Sheila and Family - We were very saddened to read that Vic had passed away. What a kind and gentle man he was. We feel truly sorry. Please accept our deepest sympathy. Sincerely, Harvey and Marilyn Hainer
I was so sorry to hear of the passing of your husband Vic, your eyes always seemed to sparkle when you spoke of him.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your families at this sad time. Family and friends and memories will help you through. May God Bless you
Dear Sheila: On behalf of myself and your elementary school classmates from St. Catherine\'s (Lyman St.) School, please accept our sincere condolences in your time of sorrow. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.
Dear Sheila and Family: So sorry to hear of Vic\\\'s sudden passing. Bob and I send our thoughts and condolences.
Dear Sheila and family,
I was very sad to hear about Vic...
What an incredibly warm, wonderful and loving man, brother, huband, uncle and grandfather...
May the Lord bless you and keep you
May He make His face to shine upon you
And give you peace.
Much love to you and your family,
OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU.UNABLE TO COME TO ST CATH VIC ALWAYS HELPFUL AT ALLSTATE,A GENTLEMEN ANDALWAYS A SMILING SPORT AT PLAY.VIC WILL BE MISSED
There is only one way to get ready for immortality, and that is to love this life and live it as bravely and faithfully and cheerfully as we can. (Henry Van dyke) We will remember Vic for this achievement. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave & Sandy Maslen
Dear Vic & Greg & Families,
We were saddened to hear of your Fathers passing. He was a terrific man and someone said a \\\"Teddy Bear\\\"
He always had a kind word and was a lot of fun.When he visited your Aunt Carol he always had some stories to tell. I sure he will be greatly missed.
Our thoughts and Prayers are with you and Shiela.
Love Barb & Wally
Victor was always a gentleman and profressional to us and everyone we know. He had earned our respect and will be missed.
Shiela & Family - In my sorrow I forgot to sign the visitors book when I was there Thursday. I am so sorry and feel your loss. I loved Victor and we had that wonderful relationship that only brothers have. He loved life and especially you. We will all miss him but our lives are enriched from knowing him. Let us know if there is anything we can do for you. Love, Joe and Mary
I was deeply saddened to hear of Vic\\\\\\\'s passing. He was
always very nice to me and I recall many good time we had over the years at Allstate trips.
At this difficult time, I wish you peace and strength of faith. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Dear Aunt Sheila and Family,
Love you and Uncle Vic lots... and am honored to share his name. I am thankful for the memories of Uncle Vics love and laughter and grateful for the time we got to spend together- I will always treasure our Vic, Vic, and Victoria photo!
All my love (and Alexs), Victoria
We were very saddened to hear the news about Uncle Vic. Nobody had more fun in life and it was a great privilege to know him. He always made Diane and I feel so welcome. Diane and I send our condolences and prayers to you and the family over the loss.
Peter and Diane O\\\'Brien
We were so sorry to hear about Victor, he really gave it his all.
He was a big beautiful Teddy Bear, always full of
hugs and a smile that wouldn\\\'t quit.
We will miss him, but he won\\\'t be forgotten. Our
prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.
Our blessings and love,
Mickey and Ann
TO THE FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF UNCLE VIC
And who will speak for the Fronk Family cousins? The nieces and nephews?
Judy and I send our deepest sympathy to
the Fronk Family.
To Sheila and families.
We were sorry to hear about the passing of Vic,our thought\\\'s are with you. Tom and Barb.
Due to unforseen circumstances we will not be able to be present with you during your time of grief. Please know that Vic will be sorely missed and you and your family will be in our prayers. His sense of humor will also be missed. With love and prayers Ed and Phyllis
I\\\'ve met many individuals in my 21 years with Allstate but few have struck me the way Vic always did. We did not see each other often but when together in meetings or trips he always had a smile to share. ...I\\\'m sure he will be missed tremendously....and Pray that the memory of his life will bring smiles for those who knew him.
May our Lord provide comfort to you...
Dear Sheila and family:
Please accept my sincere condolences on your recent loss. Victor was not only my friend, but I greatly respected him as a fellow Board member at the Niagara Frontier Country Club. I will sadly miss him
We were saddened to hear about Uncle Vic passing away. We love him very much, will miss him and cherish all the times we spent together. May the love and support of family and friends be of comfort to you during this difficult time. Our love to you. Sean, Nancy, Madeleine and Hannah.
Dearst Sheila, I am so sorry to learn of Victor,s Passing. He was so optimistic in dealing with his illness. He was a kind and gerous man and will be missed. I\\\'m sure he and those \\\"golfers\\\" we\\\'ve lost will be golfing together--at least, I like to think so. I share your sorrow. Sincerely, Gloria
Our encounter with Victor Fronk was brief, but he made a significant and lasting impression on my fianc
Dear Sheila, We send our deepest condolences. He was a very special person whom we loved deeply. Vic taught us all what \\\"quality of life \\\" is all about. We have every intention of attending the memorial service and luncheon. Our prayers are with you and your family.
Love, the Scott\\\'s
Sheila and family;
I feel awful that I won\\\'t be able to tell you how sorry I am for the loss of Vic in person. This is when it\\\'s hard to live so far from home. Vic was the greatest friend to my father and I always thought so highly of him. What a wonderul guy the world has lost. Please accept my sincere coldolences and know that I am praying for Vic and his family.
Love, Autumn (Parker) Drussell
Dear Sheila - I was saddened to hear of Vic\\\'s death and realize what a great loss this will be for you and your family. I trust the wonderful memories you shared over the years will comfort you now. Thinking of you.
Dear Sheila and Family,
Our sympathy goes out to you and your family in the recent death of your beloved husband and father.
Victor will be sadly missed at Niagara Frontier.
Jim and Gail Walker
Vic was a great guy. Very sorry to hear this news. Cherish his memories as he would wish.
May the peace of the Lord be with you and your family,
Stephen and Joel
Our Dearest Sheila: Our heartfelt sympathy to you and your family. We loved Vic and will miss his lion\\\'s heart and his tender ways. Our prayers and blessings are with you. Love, Mary & Casey
MAY YOU REST IN PEACE. YOU WERE ONE OF MY FAVORITE PEOPLE. I RESPECTED YOUR HARD WORK, FAMILY VALUES, AND SENSE OF HUMOR (WE WILL MISS THAT DEVIOUS LAUGH). I HOPE THAT GOD TAKES CARE OF YOU AND YOUR FAMILY DURING THIS VERY TOUGH TIME. SHEILA, MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY.
WITH LOVE, JOEL HOLKA
You are in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless
My heart goes out to all your loved ones as well as you---Vic will always be remembered to me by his love of life and jokes----- he will be missed by many, thinking of you at this very sad time. Your friend Linda and husband Ron.
Dear Sheila and Family,
Michelle and I are just heartbroken. We grieve for you and for all of his family on this terrible loss. We cannot imagine a world without Vic\'s great smile and wonderful sense of humor. We love you.
Al and Michelle Parker
Dear Sheila, I'm so very sorry to hear of Vic's death. I know that you'll find comfort in this time of sadness by the endless memories of wonderful times you and Vic shared throughout your life together and the love of friends and family. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Sheila - you may remember that we worked together in Seniors Services. I was sorry to receive this email letting us know about the death of yor husband. This will be such a sad time for you and your family. I want you to know that I am thinking of you and sending my love and prayers.
Hello Sheila, My heartfelt condolences go out to you and your family during this time of loss. Thinking of you. Pat