VUCH Fiorenzo

Posted: November 30th, 2015

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Fiorenzo Redento Vuch

1953 – 2015

Fiorenzo Redento Vuch, loving husband of 44 years to Debbie, passed away peacefully with his family by his side on November 26th 2015 in Lethbridge, Alberta. Along with his wife, he is survived by his two daughters Julie and Jenifer (Gabe), as well as his grandchildren, Alyssa, Shalynn, Kyra, Sierra, Aisha and Ella and one great-grandson, Kynen. In addition, he is also survived by his loving brother Egidio (Betty Lou) and sister Nella (Darryl), brother-in-law Bill (Lorna) and sister-in-law Carol (Bob) as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and relatives in Italy. He was born in Buje, Yogoslavia on July 28th 1953 to his loving parents Stefania & Redento. They later escaped to Trieste, Italy in 1956 and in 1957 they migrated to Taber to work in the sugarbeet fields. Fiorenzo spent many years doing what he loved working and travelling abroad. His passion for his cars and racing was only surpassed by his love for his family. “Mr. Sandwich Man” (as his mother would call him) was a man of many talents and was always the “go to” person for fixing, building, repairing, mechanics or anything else that someone might need. A Viewing will be held at 1:00pm, followed by a Funeral Service to celebrate Fiorenzo’s life at 2:00pm, on Monday, November 30, 2015 at MARTIN BROTHERS RIVERVIEW CHAPEL, 610 4 Street South, Lethbridge, with Deacon Frank Peta officiating. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that everyone please make a memorial donation to the Canadian Cancer Society, 317 – 10th Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta, T1J 2M7.

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3 Condolences for “VUCH Fiorenzo”

  1. Stephen & Catherine Jury says:

    Debbie & family
    Deepest sympathies for your loss.
    I enjoyed my time with Fiorenzo and will remember them always.

    Kind Regards

    Stephen & Catherine Jury

  2. Warren Moore says:

    Deb and family.
    It is with heavy heart that the news of Fiorenzo’s passing has reached us. We cannot even begin to understand what you are going through right now, but we would like to offer our prayers and condolences to you.
    It was an honor to have known and worked with such a great man and I feel truly fortunate to have crossed paths with Fiorenzo in life. He was well respected in this industry and a true professional.
    I have many fond memories of time spent with him on long lonely nightshifts listening to his wonderful stories of his great adventures. What a wonderful fulfilled life he had and I can honestly call him a true friend. Fiorenzo will be missed but he will never be forgotten, may his soul rest in peace.
    Our heartfelt condolences go out to you and the family.

    Warren, Kim, Bronwyn and Talea Moore

  3. Rafael Lozano says:

    Debbie & family
    My deepest condolences for your loss.
    I only worked one time with Fiorenzo, but with hit it off right away. I remember driving him to buy his first car in Al Jubail and I was surprised he picked a Mustang; now I know why. It was a pleasure to have known him. We came close to a face to face again in the early 2000’s in Venezuela, but being in different towns, our work schedule got in the way; we, although not often enough, stay in contact throughout many years. We know he’s in a better place now and I hope that provides some comfort to you.
    Best regards,
    Rafael Lozano

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