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  1. I have worked around Vic for over 20 years and wanted you to know he was a great person to be around. He always appeared jolly and in a good mood. If I was walking down a hall and heard someone whistling, I knew Vic was somewhere near! He was so quick-witted and could make me laugh at the drop of a hat. He never showed ‘an attitude’ about some of stupid things his co-workers or his bosses did…he just always seemed to roll with the punches. His presence here will be sorely missed. It brings sorrow to my heart to learn that he felt himself alone in such a depressed state and felt for whatever reason that there was no way out when there was so many of us around that would have been so willing to help him in anyway that we could have. He had no idea how much he was loved and cared for. Rest easy, Vic.

  2. Vic & Sue were two of the finest people we have known. Memories of them will touch our lives forever. Our deepest sympathy to the families and their many friends.

  3. I wish to extend my deepest sympathy to the families of Vic and Susan Vauthier. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May God comfort and strengthen you during this time of profound loss.

  4. I worked with Vic at Bristol. He will be truly missed. He knew I liked Barry White and he would always deepen his voice and play like he was Barry White. I will miss his sweet smile. He was always nice to me and fun to be around. To His family you are in my prayers, I know you love and will miss him.

  5. I knew Vic through BMS. He was always so nice and such a gentleman. He and Sue were just so much fun to be around. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Becky Alvey

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