Victor Vescere

Victor Vincent Vescere

Wednesday, June 5th, 1957 - Thursday, March 28th, 2019
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Victor Vincent Vescere of Charlotte, NC passed away on March 28, 2019, after a brief illness. 

Vic was born on June 5, 1957 in Patterson, CA.  He was raised in Crows Landing, CA where he attended Bonita Elementary School and was an all-star pitcher at Orestimba High School.

He was a Sergeant of the United States Air Force. After his military service, he went on to work for Dixie Electric Nightclub in Dayton, OH and later transferred to open and manage a new location in Charlotte, NC. Finally, he worked as a postal employee for the last 37 years in Charlotte, NC. 

He was loved by many and touched the hearts of all he met. He wanted to be able to say a loving goodbye to all he knew but, unfortunately, his body would not allow him the time he needed to say goodbye to each of you. However, the one thing he wanted to be able to tell each of you was “remember the laughs.”

Vic is survived by his mother, Helyn Vescere, of Turlock, California; sister Mary Zontine (Dennis), of Turlock, California; two nieces, Melissa Ventura (Jim), of Gustine, California, and Michelle Ceniceros (Veronica), of Hughson, California; and five great-nieces and nephews: Nicholas, Natalie and Luke Ventura and Juliana and Maddox Ceniceros.

He is also survived by his dear friend Sheena Scurlock of Charlotte, NC and his three bonus children Sean Scurlock (Judi) of Matthews, NC, Rorie Scurlock (Steve) of Decatur, GA, and Cali Huffstickler of Arvada, CO and bonus grandchild Ellis Fogleman of Decatur, GA. He proved you don’t have to have a traditional family to be a great family man.

Vic is preceded in death by his father Jim Vescere and bonus dog Mork Scurlock. 

His Celebration of Life in North Carolina will be held at the VFW located at 100 VFW Lane, Indian Trail, North Carolina 28079, on May 5, 2019 at 3:00 PM. Please wear your favorite sports jersey or t-shirt. It does not matter what sport, team or player.

Details for California services will be forthcoming.

Vic wanted to express his thanks and appreciation to Novant Health Hospice for the OUTSTANDING job they did with his care.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made in the name of Vic Vescere to The Orestimba Community Scholarship Association (TOSCA), P.O. Box 18 Newman, CA 95360. Contact person is Susan Mattos at (209) 243-8118. A college scholarship will be established in his name to be awarded to a young athlete from his hometown high school.
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    Sunday, May 5th, 2019 | 3:00pm
    Sunday, May 5th, 2019 3:00pm
    VFW Post
    100 VFW Lane
    INDIAN TRAIL, NC 28079
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    Details for California service will be forthcoming...


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Posted at 09:56am
White flowers seemed fitting; they reminded us of those good looking white socks you use to wear. Thank you for the all laughs & smiles, we love you.
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Kerry Provance

Posted at 08:57pm
Vic was a good friend. We worked together for 26 years at the P.O. There were plenty of laughs and when he burst out into one you sure heard it! One of my fondest memories working with Vic was when he and I had just finished carrying some mail simultaneously in front of an apartment building. It was Halloween and there was a couple sitting on a stoop. We heard one person say to the other, "Oh look, there's two trick-or-treaters dressed up like mailmen." It was late but cracked up then and every time we mentioned that story in later years. It was a hoot. And that's how I'll remember Vic, as a guy who loved to laugh and laugh at whatever life dished out to him. I'll always be grateful to have shared a part of his life. He was a wonderful man to know. I will truly miss him. Our deepest sympathies to ALL of his families. Kerry Provance & Family

Curtis Pawl

Posted at 02:14pm
I worked with Vic at the Post Office in 2005 to 2006. I stayed in contact with him through out the years. I respected his work habits and his communication skills with people. He will be missed.

Beverly Simpson Hinson

Posted at 09:57am
Always will be in my heart, my lunch and coffee buddy.

Tammy numa

Posted at 11:56am
From Tammy Numa. My college friends and I met Vic during our Hey Day's at Dixie Electric Co. We all drifted to different states after college but he kept a close friendship with one friend. I grew to appreciate the man Vic was through her. I, as well as our other friends, will always be eternally grateful for his presence in Sheenas life and for opening his heart to such a beautiful bonus family. THANK YOU VIC!

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