On January 11, 2021, Victor Allen Weikman, loving husband and father of two daughters, passed away at the age of 76 years old. Victor was born April 3,1944 in the Bronx, N.Y., to Victoria and John Witt. On April 20, 1964, he married the love of his life, Marie Theresa (Salerno) Weikman. They raised two beautiful girls, Joyce and Michelle.
Victor was a military veteran of the United States Army where he served two years in the Vietnam War. After his military service he worked as a clerk, and later a maintenance supervisor for the United States Postal Service where he retired from in June 1993. But his love for electronics and technology had him working in the mailroom at GEHA. He also worked at Excel Computer Store, a shop that was in downtown Excelsior Springs. He later created his own business Elkorn Computer Service.
Victor was preceded in death by his wife, Marie, who passed away December 25, 2020.
Surviving him are his two daughters, Michelle Weikman-Brown (Jeff) and Joyce Crowley (Richard); and his 11 grandchildren, Ashley Weikman, Johnny, Jacob, Cateline, Mathew and Rachel Perkins, Allison, Abigail, Kimberly, and Courtney Crowley; seven great grandchildren, Ashlyn and Alliyah Ralls, Casey, Nina and Riley Avilia, Ava Venuto, and Mathew Perkins Jr. (Sage aka Peanut); Victor’s cousin, Frank Weikman and Maura Weikman.
Victor was known for his impeccable memory and his love of trains, subways and timetables. He spent countless hours planning trips and loved to travel with his family. Both Marie and Victor loved people and cared for others. Their love for life can be seen in their children and grandchildren. Who they are as God’s children can be felt from everyone that knew them.
Celebrating their life at Refuge Church on February 8, 2021 at 6 p.m. If planning on attending please contact Michelle, 816-541-6251, or Joyce, 816-591-1550.
Our Sincere Condolences
Joyce, I am so sorry for the loss of your parents. I remember them both from the bank. Prayers for the family.
Carol & J.T.
Joyce, I am so sorry for your loss. I remember your folks from the bank.