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Victoria Anderson

March 5, 1942 - August 27, 2016


Victoria Anderson entered into eternal rest August 27, 2016.   She was the daughter of George H. Nowland and Jamie Kathleen Lindsey Nowland of Miami, Florida. Her sister. Lucinda Mathews, lives in Locust Grove, Virginia. This beloved person was born March 5, 1942 in Miami, Florida. Vicky, as she was known, passed away at a New Port Richey facility from heart disease. This was ironic since she promoted and lived a healthy lifestyle. She was very knowledgeable about holistic and Eastern medicine. Vicky started her career in medicine as an x­ray technologist from 1960­ to 1965. Then she worked at Pan American Airlines as a purser. At the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, she trained in ultrasound working her way up to supervisor. As a result of this long and hard ultrasound training, she then worked for the Searle Company selling x­ray and ultrasound equipment. That led her to Sales and Applications for the Johnson and Johnson in the ultrasound division. She then moved to Charleston, South Carolina to work at the Medical University as a sonographer. For a change of pace she moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico and was the lead sonographer on an Indian reservation and she also cared for disabled children. She positively impacted all who knew her.

She was a dual career person. Victoria was a gifted artist and was well known in arts communities in New York, Charleston, South Carolina and New Port Richey, Florida. She loved the art community and was involved with several arts groups and guilds. She attended the Unity Church of New Port Richey.

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