New Kent Charles City Chronicle

News for New Kent County and Charles City County, Virginia | April 14, 2024

Victor R. Golderos III

Victor R. Golderos III, 80, passed away on the Lord’s day of rest, Sunday, March 10, 2024.

Victor was born to the late Dr. Victor R. Golderos Jr. and Hilda Hubbard Golderos. He graduated from John Marshall High School of Richmond in 1964. After 28 years of dedicated service, he retired from Phillip Morris. Victor was a 50-year Masonic Veteran of Metropolitan Lodge #11, A.F. & A.M. He was also past president of the Providence Forge Ruritan Club.

His family will remember him as a loving family man. Victor was the type of person who would help anyone who needed it and be there within minutes to get the job done. He was a hard-working man that was always fixing something. Victor was an avid hunter and loved to fish. He also enjoyed cooking, listening to music, and taking rides with his beloved dog, Patches. He will be missed dearly, but his traditions and memories will live on through his family.

Victor was preceded in death by his two sons, Victor R. Golderos IV and Christopher Golderos; his parents, Victor Golderos Jr. and Hilda Golderos; and sister, Claudette Putze.

He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Betty K. Golderos; son, Reuben M. Golderos (Lorrie); grandchildren, Rebecca Borron (Kevin) and their children Caroline and Kevin Jr., Reuben Golderos Jr. (Holly) and their children, Josey, Lola, Vivian, and Ben; sister, Theresa Metz (John), and several nieces and nephews.

Victor’s family wishes to thank Amedisys Hospice for giving him such good care, especially his aide, Carrie Murdoch. Special thanks is given to his wonderful granddaughter, Rebecca Borron, who was always there for him.

A Day of Remembrance will be planned at a later date for family and friends.