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|Posted by: Cindy McAfee|
Wed August 21, 2019
|I was very to sorry to hear of the passing of Mr. Boston. Although I have never met him, I know his sisters Diane and Mary, and have heard many kind things about him and his family. I know this is a very difficult time for your family having lost a beloved member. My thoughts are with each of you during this difficult time.
|Posted by: Lonnie Waldrup|
Thu August 22, 2019
|Vic and I met October of 1974 in Pine Brook, NJ. He was in charge of the Spiral Department for Sonoco. I will never forget his friendly smile and his wonderful laugh. We became friends immediately and talked about our lives in Missouri. In April of 1975, my wife and I moved to the Pine Brook area for six months. Vic and I, along with another co-worker, commuted to and from work each day. The commute was the highlight of our day. We hated the traffic, but we loved our time together while commuting. We were always laughing and poking fun at each other.
Vic was always dedicated to Sonoco and his friends. In 2002 and 2003, Vic and I got the opportunity to rekindle our friendship again when we worked together in Kentucky. He bought a beautiful place in the country with a lake full of catfish. I remember going to his place after work. We would ride out to the lake in his side-by-side and feed the catfish. Vic would say, "Watch this!", as he threw out some fish food. The fish would all swarm to the top of the water to eat.
Vic was a special man who will always have a special place in my heart. Vic raised a son, Mark, who I am pleased to call my friend, as well. Like his dad, Mark appreciates his friends, is dedicated, considerate, kind, nurturing, compassionate, and caring towards others. Vic's legacy, for me, is his son, Mark.