Hilda A. Victoria
(September 1, 1955 September 22, 1983)
CHRIST CHURCH METHODIST
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1983 3:00 P.M.
John Thomas Memorial Chapel: 12:00-1:30 p.m.
at the Church: 2:00-3:00 p.m.
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HILDA A. HENRY VICTORIA
On the first day of September 1955, Milton and Vida Henry
gave birth to a beautiful baby girl. A few years went by and she
soon developed a unique and uncanny characteristic. Hilda
attended the Wayne Aspinall Junior High School and then
moved on to the Charlotte Amalie High School.
For a number of years Hilda was happily married to Lealdo
Victoria whereby they gave birth to three lovely daughters -
Toya, Tanya and Ebony. For about two years after their
separation she came home and lived with her family before
going back out on her own. Hilda's care-free attitude was
somewhat hasty at times; but she made us see the light in
At the time of her death she was on temporary leave of
absence as an E.M.T. due to the birth of her baby boy, Triston
Her warm and candid personality will be greatly remembered
and missed by those whom she once associated with. TO
KNOW HER WAS TO LOVE HER.
Vida V. Henry
Toya Tanya Ebony Victoria
and Son Triston Lindqvist
Charles, James Henry
TWO CLOSE FRIENDS
Mark Lindqvist &
Two Aunts, One Uncle
Many other Relatives and Friends