Victor "Vic" Paul Giuliani

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

ObitApril 15, 1930–Aug. 25, 2017

Vic was Born in Renton, Wash. to Victor Sr. & Anna Giuliani. He attended St. Anthony’s School. In ‘56, he married Elvina Marenakos. They had six children: Greg, Tina, Richard, Jill, Gail & Joe. They lived in Renton, then purchased the Alexander farm in Fall City, Wash. in the late ‘50’s.

Vic (also called Sonny & Junior) was a fun loving, hard-working man, with a zest for life. As a teenager, he worked for Covey’s Market. In the early ‘50’s, he served in the US Army as a cook. Later, he worked for Market Basket & Fred Meyer as a meat cutter. In ‘72, he & Elvina purchased Lampaert Meats in Duvall. His motto was: work hard, and then work a little harder. He was an excellent provider for his family, and was a friendly fellow, who loved everyone in his path.

Vic sold the farm in ‘90, and he & Joe moved to Renton. In the late 90’s, Vic moved to Powell Butte, Oregon, and some years later to Christmas Valley, Oregon. Later, he returned to Washington to live with his sons Joe & Greg.

He is survived by his sister, Doris “Midge” Dixon (Jack), his children Greg, Joe & Jill Giuliani (Erick Gray), and grandchildren Elvina & Hayden Zadow. He will be dearly missed.

Vic was preceded in death by his wife Elvina, son Richard & daughters Tina and Gail, and his sister Adeline Needham. In Lieu of flowers, please donate to Sno Valley Senior Center, Carnation, Wash.

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