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Mesa, AZ. - Gale "Tony" Victory, 81, passed away peacefully, Friday September 13, 2019 at a Arizona hospital. He was born January 18, 1938, in Houlton, the son of Gerald and Winnifred (Pheeney) Victory.
Tony grew up in Houlton and attended local schools. He worked in construction when Loring Air Force Base was constructed, Lane Construction, the Houlton Rec Center doing maintenance on the buildings and grounds. He also worked for the Town Of Houlton as Street Superintendent. When he wasn't working he enjoyed snowmobiling out to the family camp at Drews Lake. Upon his retirement in 1981 he and his family moved to Arizona but always came back in the summers to spend time at Drews Lake. While at the lake Tony enjoyed boating, and catching up on time spent with family and friends. They always drove back to Maine and usually took a side trip to visit people along the way.
He is survived by his wife of fifty six years Donna Rae Victory of Mesa, AZ; a son Bruce Victory and his wife Donna Marie of Chandler, AZ; two grandchildren: Audrey Romero of Albuquerque, NM, Nicholas Romero of Chandler, AZ; he also leaves behind a brother Ronald Victory of New Hampshire and Arizona; two sisters: Geraldine Joslyn of Connecticut, Sharon Victory of Pennsylvania; as well as several nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents he was predeceased by a sister Linda Victory.
There will be no visitation. A memorial service will be held 1 PM Saturday October 19, 2019 at Dunn Funeral Home with the Rev. Wayne Robertson officiating. A committal service will take place at Evergreen Cemetery in Houlton. Immediately following the committal the family invites relatives and friends to a reception at the Houlton Fire Station. Arrangements in care of Dunn Funeral Home 11 Park St. Houlton, ME 04730. Online condolences may be expressed on the Tribute Wall at:
Published on October 7, 2019


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