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Victor Ashenfelter

Anchorage resident Victor Ashenfelter, 55, died in his sleep of natural causes October 30, 2002 at his home.

A service of remembrance was held Wednesday, November 6 at 9:00 a.m. at the Alaska Veterans Domiciliary, 3001 C Street in Anchorage. A visitation and gathering of friends and family was at noon Wednesday, November 6 at Evergreen Memorial Chapel, followed by a service at 1:00 p.m. with Chaplain Earl Towner officiating. A graveside service at Anchorage Memorial Park Cemetery followed the service.

Victor was born April 22, 1947 at White Mountain to Roy Lee and Alice Ashenfelter. Victor graduated from Alaska Barber College in 1965. He served in the U.S. Navy for four years and was stationed on the aircraft carrier USS Saratoga. He was employed at the time of his death with Alaska Native Medical Center. Victor was actively involved with the Veteran Affairs of Alaska and made many friends during his lifetime.

He was always willing to help out and was quick to offer a smile. Victor loved the Lord and it showed in his daily walk.

Victor is preceded in death by his mother, Alice; father, Roy Lee Ashenfelter; sister, Gladys Ashenfelter; and half-brother, Steven Roy Ashenfelter. Survivors include his brothers, Arnold Ashenfelter of Nome, and Leroy Ashenfelter of Anchorage; sisters, Delores Lee M. Ashenfelter, Mona Lisa Robinson; and half-sister, Diane A. Shrader. Victor also had numerous beloved nephews and friends throughout Alaska.

Source: Nome Nugget, 14 November 2002



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