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Wanda Victor

Wanda June Victor

Wednesday, June 24th, 1931 - Saturday, April 18th, 2020
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Obituary

Wanda June Victor, age 88 passed away peacefully on April 18, 2020.

She was born on June 24, 1931, in Dearth , PA to the late Ephraim and Erma Victor. Miss Victor started her teaching career in Fairchance, PA., She moved to Delaware in 1956 and taught in the Red Clay School District for over 45 years.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her beloved brother, Jack Victor and sister, Glenda Victor Keeley.

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak all services for Wanda will be private.
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    Location
    All Saints Cemetery
    Address
    6001 Kirkwood Hwy.
    Wilmington De.
    WILMINGTON, DE 19805
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Phyllis David

Posted at 12:48pm
My condolences to the family and friends that had the privilege of knowing her. She was a sweet person with a beautiful smile and I loved listening to her stories of when we were growing up. Our family is saddened with another loss but we all have sweet memories that will be with us always. We will miss her dearly. Hugs to all that knew her.
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Sandie Leisey Gilbert

Posted at 03:29pm
You are the reason I became a teacher!
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Charles Litchford

Posted at 01:31am
I was fortunate and blessed to be one of Miss Victor's 4th grade students at Oak Grove. She was a great teacher and a guiding light who loved us all. Years later, my middle son, Chad, was fortunate to also have her as his 4th grade teacher. After all those years, her love for her students and devotion as a teacher was as strong and bright as ever. She was and still is a major influence in my life. In a way, we were all her children. Rest in Peace and God Bless.
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Russ Fernandes, Jr.

Posted at 12:05pm
Ms. Victor was my 4th grade teacher at Oak Grove Elementary School in 1956-7. She was a wonderful teacher and a kind, gentle force for this kid who is now 72 years old and remembers that time in my young life to this day. She also taught other family members and worked with our Mother at Oak Grove during her many years of service. Although we re-connected after many years and exchanged correspondence, I could never call her by her first name; she will always be Ms. Victor to me and I thank her for her guidance. May her memory be eternal and may she rest in peace.
JK

Jo Ann Kempista

Posted at 11:47am
She was an amazing person and teacher. I had her in fourth grade and was lucky enough to spend time with her at a small gathering just a few years ago. She remembered all of those who were there.
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