Date of Passing:
Teixeira, Victor, “Vic”, 90, of Josal Drive, died unexpectedly on July 6, 2018. He was the beloved husband of the late Dorothy M. (Giardini) Teixeira.
Born in Bristol, a son of the late Manoel and Angelina (Camera) Teixeira, he lived in Barrington for 68 years.
Mr. Teixeira was the owner and operator of Vic’s Texaco Station, Maple Avenue, Barrington for the past 66 years.
Vic was a member of Holy Angels Church and daily communicant of St. Luke Church. He was a member of the Barrington American Legion Post #8 and a former Barrington Civil Defense Director for 42 years. A sports enthusiast, he also enjoyed gardening.
Vic was a weekly visitor at several East Bay nursing homes for the past 25 years.
He is survived by two daughters, Mary C. Teixeira of Barrington and Dorothy A. Andreozzi of Barrington; a brother, Vincent Teixeira of Bristol; a grandson, Milos Mirkovic of East Providence and several beloved nieces and nephews.
His funeral will be held on Tuesday July 10, 2018 from the W. RAYMOND WATSON FUNERAL HOME, 350 Willett Avenue, Riverside at 8:45 a.m. with a Concelebrated Mass of Christian Burial in Holy Angels Church, Maple Avenue, Barrington at 10 a.m. Burial will follow in Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Calling hours are Monday 5-8 p.m.
Flowers are respectfully omitted. Contributions in Vick’s memory to the C.S.F. of Barrington, c/o Dorothy M. Teixeira Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 300, Barrington, RI, 02806 would be deeply appreciated.
Mary, Dorothy, and ALL of Vic’s Family – I am ashamed to say that I only now learned of Vic’s sudden passing. Our family was fortunate to have known Vic since moving to Barrington in 1968. He was a wonderful husband and father, but was also a man who meant so much to so many in town. He was kind, patient, and understanding – and always “there” – at Vic’s Texaco – and, with Tootsie Pops for the kids, of course! I have so many good memories that go way beyond filling our tanks and repairing our vehicles. Vic was so excited when I met and married my husband Albert who was a policeman in town at the time. He was so good to my parents and all our family – saw us through many ups and downs in life – always ready with a listening ear and hugs. He was often in our thoughts and memories of many good times. Now, our thoughts and prayers are with you and all your family. Please feel free to be in touch with me, Mary and Dorothy. My e-mail is below. Most of all, please accept our family’s deepest sympathy and apology for not knowing about his passing at the time. With Love and Prayers for Peace of Mind, Heart, and Soul – and, Blessings Always! – Karen Kuhn Antonio & Family
Sorry for your loss .My prayers are with you and your family.
Mary and Dorothy,
My condolences to you on the sudden death of Vic, He was a special person to everyone who knew him. May he rest in peace.
I am so sorry to hear of your father’s sudden passing. My sympathies to you and your sister.
My condolences to Vic’s family. I have known and worked with Vic on Town Emergency Management issues and will miss his passing. He expressed many times his love for his family and Church.
Mary, Dorothy and family,
We’re so saddened to hear of your Dad’s passing. He was such a wonderful man. A true gentleman. Our deepest condolences to all of you. He will truly be missed.
The Shea Family.
Pat, Jodi and boys.
So many great memories. My dad spent so much time with Vic. Their love of cars was their common thread. As a little girl I would always visit the Texaco station with my dad. He was the epitome of a gentle man. Hopefully he and my dad are sharing automobile stories in heaven. Condolences to all. He will be missed. Sincerely Debbie Colangelo Colasanti
One of the finest men I have ever known in every way. My deepest condolences,
My sincerest sympathies go out to Dorothy and her family; my heart breaks for them. Although I did not know Mr. Teixeira, I do know is daughter, Dorothy, who is truly a very kind, sweet and caring person, which I’m certain is a testament to Mr. Teixeira. Please know that I have you all in my thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time. With Love, Lisa Lima
To Vic’s Family,
My Sincere Sympathy on the passing of your Dad. He was such a Special man who cared about all. I met your Dad back in the 1970’s when I began my career with the RI Emergency Management Agency; then known as “State Civil Defense” His dedication to his family, friends, work and all the people of the Town of Barrington was truly a Special gift to all. He will be missed by all who had the honoring of knowing him. My Thoughts and Prayers are with you all throughout this most difficult time.
Dear Mary, Dorothy and Milos,
I was so very sad to learn of the passing of your amazing father today. He was the kindest and most caring man to everyone who had the honor to know him. I enjoyed all our talks, his tips on keeping my car on the road, where to get the best tire deal. Always a candy and a special treat for Easter. Vic was so very proud of the three of you. His eyes sparkled when he spoke of you. Barrington lost a beautiful man.
So saddened to learn of Vic’s passing. Vic was a loving kind sincere thoughtful and devoted husband and father. He dedicated himself to helping others and was very humble and modest about the critical role he had in a Barrington regarding our safety. May his lifelong actions be a model for the rest of us to uphold.
Dear Mary and Dorothy so sorry to hear of Vic’ s passing. I would always stop by the station occasionally and he would always share stories about my father and the family when they were growing up in Bristol. He will be greatly missed.
So sorry for your loss. He was such a great man. He always had a smile and a candy for all. He will be missed.
Mary n Dorothy:
So sorry to hear of your Father’s passing. He will be missed by so many of the Barrington Community.
James remembers as a child your father taking him to your Grandmother’s house for lunches each Saturday and all the chats at the garage as the years went by.
I will miss seeing your Father during my two summer months at 7:00 AM Mass at St Luke’s.
Jessaca regrets she didn’t get the mangos there sooner this year. At least he got her oranges.
Our Prayers ? are with your Family!
Your Father has now joined your Mother in Heaven who he had missed so dearly.
Again our condolences.
Dear Mary, Milos and Dorothy,
I am so very sorry for the loss of your dad. He was such a special man. Sending my heartfelt condolences to you and your families. Bless him and you all.
With love, Karen
Vic was a Maple Ave. icon. A dear friend and neighbor to many. My Dad, Manny would love to go to his station for service, gas and chats with Vic and Mickey. Rest In Peace Vic. God has you in his arms for eternity.
Dear Mary, Dorothy, Milos and family,
We are so sorry for your loss. Vic was so kind and caring. He was a quiet man who did wonderful and beautiful deeds behind the scenes. There is a special place in heaven for him and God is pleased with his servant. Prayers and thoughts are with all of you.
Mary Suriani and Ann-Marie Canders
I have such fond memories of your home in my childhood. Your parents were both the most lovely people and I’m sure missed by many. Thoughts and prayers to you and your family.
Toni (Gilberto) McGuire
Dear Mary and family, Vic was the nicest, caring man. It was a privilege to have known him. He not only was so nice to me and my husband Joe, but he always took care of my Mom’s too. My brother Gary worked for him all through high school and even after he moved away he never forgot to give Vic a visit when he came here to visit us. There are no perfect words to describe Vic. This man never turned away when someone needed help. The entire community will grieve his loss. My sympathies to you all and may God bless.
Sincerely, Ann Conti Borges
Dear Mary, Dorothy, Milos and family,
We are heartbroken to hear of Vic’s passing. What a sweetheart of a man! It was a true blessing to have known him. Our deepest condolences to you all. May you find comfort during this difficult time. He will be forever in your heart.
Dave, Sheila, Brittany and Bryan Butera