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Victor Kissoff
August 21, 1936 - February 16, 2019
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Gerner-Wolf-Walker Funeral Home
216 Washington Street
Port Clinton, OH 43452
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Friday 2/22, 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
St. Michael Lutheran Church
5790 W. Temperance Rd.
Ottawa Lake , Michigan 49267
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Victor Kissoff was born in 1936, the only child of Valcho and Elena Kissoff, who immigrated to the United States from Bulgaria in the late 1920’s. They operated a restaurant, The Troian, on Front Street in East Toledo where Vic spent his early years. Vic graduated from Waite High School in 1954. While at Waite …
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Marcia Willard left a message on February 22, 2019:
I work at the Kroger in Sylvania, and sometimes you just have a customer that you have a bond with. Vic was one of those customers. Our conversations began because we were both taking physical therapy at Wildwood. I was so sad to hear of his passing. He was a familiar face to us and he will be missed!
John S. Hills left a message on February 21, 2019:
Hello Kissoff Family, I am so very sorry to learn of Vic's passing. I never had an interaction with Vic that didn't brighten my day. He was the best. Vic was an icon in the CPA world. Admired and genuinely liked by all. And he was good. All of my best to your family. John Hills.
Michael Fruchtman left a message on February 20, 2019:
Vic Kissoff was our accountant for Fruchtman Marketing from the day we started. He was honest and caring and taught us so much. We couldn't have continued in business without the guidance he gave us. When we signed on with him, he said, "I'll take the account if you promise not to get involved in any questionable investments and if you'll run everything past me first". We considered him our financial advisor and more importantly, our friend. He'll be missed. Michael & Ellen Fruchtman
Jodi Stotz left a message on February 18, 2019:
Well said Terri. Vic was one of the good ones.
Stephanie Heider Lauwers left a message on February 18, 2019:
Vic Kissoff was my Godfather and an honorary "Uncle" in my life. I have so many fond memories of the times I spent with the Kissoff family. Friday nights, Camp Luther, family picnics and trips to Cedar Point. I will never forget the one time that he took me on the Corkscrew at Cedar Point. After we got off, he said he would never forgive me for that. Now that I am middle-aged myself, I get it. Uncle Vic was so very kind to me and was someone I admired. To Nick, Greg and Victoria, I understand what you are going through right now and I am so sorry for your loss. Hopefully, Dad and Uncle Vic have been reunited up in heaven.
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Terri Zmuda left a message on February 17, 2019:
Vic was my mentor, friend and very much a father-like figure as I found my way in public accounting. He gave me a chance and he taught me well. His honesty and integrity were unmatched. May he now rest at peace with God.
Walker Funeral Homes left a message:
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