Victoria Ouligian, 92, passed away on Tuesday, February 13th in Gainesville, FL. She was born on December 20th, 1925 in New York City. She was the younger of two children. She graduated from George Washington High School in upper Manhattan in 1943. Immediately afterwards Vickie began working at what is now known as Citibank until her retirement in 1986. She lived in Manhattan, the Bronx, and Staten Island, too. In 2005 she moved to Alachua FL to live with one of her nephews and family.
Vickie was fond of Major League Baseball, especially the New York (now San Francisco) Giants, and the New York Yankees. She was a big fan of opera and science fiction, especially Star Trek. Among her favorite celebrities were John Wayne, Luciano Pavarotti, and most of all, William Shatner. Vickie was talented at needlepoint and crossword puzzles. She had an incredible ear for music; when she sang she never went off key.
Vickie is survived by her nephews John, Gregory and Michael, their wives and families. Her extended family in New York, Florida, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere, has always been precious to her.
Vickie’s family would like to extend thanks and gratitude for the loving care she received during her last year and a half at HarborChase of Gainesville.