Smithtown, Long Island, New York has lost a beloved resident, Victor Noce, who passed away suddenly while in the company of his family. The reason behind his premature demise is yet to be revealed.
Vincent Noce’s son, Victor, was born to him and his wife Angie (Delia) Noce, who had also passed away. Victor, despite losing his father before birth, has embraced life with determination and resilience.
According to the Morgue Obituaries, he maintained his commitment to his studies during his senior year and graduated from Solvay High School in 1964.
During his junior year, he secured a job at Ascioti’s Meat Market, which he managed to juggle with his academic endeavors.
After receiving his diploma, Victor wasted no time in enlisting in both the Air Force Reserves and the Air National Guard of Syracuse. His eagerness to serve his country was evident as he embarked on a patriotic journey of service.
In 1970, Victor left his positions at Ascioti’s Meat Market and New Process Gear due to unforeseen circumstances. Prior to his departure, he had held positions at both companies.
After over thirty years of service as an electrician at New Process Gear, he has decided to retire. Despite facing various challenges throughout his career, he remained resilient and persevered.
According to sources, Victor was highly regarded as a cherished companion by all those who crossed his path. A hot dog vendor has been operating in Columbus Circle for years, where he enjoys interacting with people from all walks of life.
According to sources, he is set to be remembered for his unyielding determination, long-lasting relationships, and the profound affection he bestowed upon his loved ones.
Victor’s soul is wished eternal peace, and his memory is hoped to serve as a lasting inspiration to all who knew him.