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The online guestbook for Victor Freedman

Posted on January 23, 2011
Posted by: Alyce LaTorre
From: East Hartford CT

Message: Dearest Louise, there are no words for your loss...Victor was always a joy to be around, he always made me laugh, he had a crazy sense of humor. Like me, anyone who knew him had nothing but good things to say about him. He will be sorely missed. Even though our loved ones depart this earth, the memories are forever so keep them close to your heart. I am here for you, if there is anything I can do, please do not hesitate to ask. With my deepest sympathy and love, Alyce


Posted on January 24, 2011
Posted by: Janice McKinney
From: East Harftord Ct

Message: Louise, I'm deeply sorry for your loss. Have Faith in your friends and family and know we are here for you now and forever. Love Janice


Posted on January 24, 2011
Posted by: Linda Burrier
From: Windsor CT

Message: Louise, I was so sorry to hear about Victor. It has been such a struggle for you and him. He knows you did everything you could do to help him. He is now at rest with no more pain. It will take quite awhile for you to heal. All your family and friends are here to help you through these hard times. Please lean on us. Sincerely, Linda


Posted on January 24, 2011
Posted by: Mark Trencher
From: West Hartford CT`

Message: Victor was a very special and sweet person. He and I met often over the past 15 years to talk about insurance products and opportunities, often over breakfast at Friendly’s. I had a summer job many years ago at the National MS Society, so we sometimes talked about his condition, the meds that were working and those he was looking forwards to in the future. He didn’t let it stop him for a moment. What a great guy! So friendly and upbeat … always viewing life as a glass more than half full. I loved his enthusiasm (he often shared with me his excitement about his articles that had been published in national insurance magazines) and especially his sense of humor and his dry wit. It’s funny … just last week (my half-birthday … and you insurance folks know what that means) I was thinking how I hadn’t spoken with Victor in a while. Now he will be missed, but also remembered as the wonderful person he was.


Posted on January 25, 2011
Posted by: Christofer Pierson
From: Jackson Heights NY

Message: Dear Louise, I was shocked and saddened to hear about my friend Victor's untimely death. I had come to think of him as a permanent daily fixture in my life from the first time he contacted me about placing an ad for insurancebyvic.com in our magazine. For two years or so, Vic called me almost every day of the workweek, nearly without fail. We were just about the same age, had similar frames of reference and similar senses of humor. He never failed to make me laugh, but it was especially wonderful to know I was able to make him laugh as well, sometimes uncontrollably. Or was it he who made himself laugh uncontrollably? What were these conversations about? Ostensibly, about an article Victor was determined to write for us. Actually, about an hour sometimes, on any subject other than the article. It was disconcerting when Vic disappeared suddenly about a year and a half ago. Thank you, Louise, for connecting me with him when I finally went looking for him. I was hoping he would come back. I'm so sorry he didn't. Please accept my sincere condolences.


Posted on January 26, 2011
Posted by: Crystal Alpert & Small Business Servic es
From: Farmington CT

Message: Dear Louise, I share your sadness. I never met Victor or you in person, but spoke to him often. The glass was always half-full in his opinion and he was an inspiration to me (and everyone). Everytime I use his "Shiva Git" line, I will smile. Take care. Crystal


Posted on January 20, 2011
Posted by: CONNIE FISHER
From: W. HARTFORD CT

Message: OH LOUISE I AM SO SORRY ABOUT VIC. WHAT IS THERE TO SAY. HOW ARE YOU? PLEASE ACCEPT MY DEEPEST SYMPATHIES. AGAIN I'M SO SORRY CONNIE


Posted on January 20, 2011
Posted by: Heather and Chris Halotek
From: Hebron CT

Message: The world is a little less sarcastic today...and it is for his sense of humor Victor will be most missed. I hope your heart heals and that you know we are here to help you in any way we can. Much love and deepest sympathy ~ Heather and Chris


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