Born On: January 03, 1953

Passed On: April 09, 2019

Victoria A. Dorsey

Victoria April Dorsey, age 66, passed away on Tuesday, April 9, 2019. She was born in Muskegon on January 3, 1953 to James and Marge Gunther. Victoria is survived by her three children, Shannon (Ed) Kochmanski of Muskegon, Sherry (Glen) Beck of Herrick, IL, and Barbara Moon of Muskegon; 11 grandchildren; mother, Marge Gunther of Muskegon; three sisters and one brother; many nieces and nephews; her dog, Tiny.  She was preceded in death by her father, James Gunther; sister, Sherry Lynn Villanueva and by a granddaughter, Amber Beck.

Victoria volunteered her time at Lakeside Baptist Church helping with the clothing pantry. She enjoyed NASCAR and was a Tiger’s baseball fan. Victoria very much enjoyed her rides in the Jeepster as well as decorating for the holidays. One of her hobbies included making floral arrangements for the family.

A Memorial Services will be held at Lakeside Baptist Church, 2250 Denmark Street, on Saturday, April 20, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. with Pastor Tom Beetham officiating.  Memorial contributions can be made to Lakeside Baptist Church.

Arrangements by Shoreline Memorial Services of Muskegon 231-722-5050

Memorial Service Information


Lakeside Baptist Church
2250 Denmark Street
Muskegon, Michigan 49441

Date: Saturday, April 20, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM

9 thoughts on “Victoria A. Dorsey

  1. Sherri (Kern) Devenport

    We use to hang around when we were younger and we did some crazy things, and then life happened and we started to have our own families and lost touch for quite a few years, but then reconnected again when we saw each other at “Jean’s to Jammies, then at E&A, and then a few weeks later at Petco! Lost touch again and now i learn that we will never reconnect again in this life! I remember the night you called me to let me know about Sherry, and now I learn about you! Rest in Peace my dear long lost friend!

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  2. Glen beck

    Vicky you will always be loved and missed by many you were my stand in mom for the last 20 years I will miss you every day as will my wife an children I know heaven just gained a high spirited an very loving angel till we meet again fly high angel give amber a kiss

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  3. Quinn Villanueva

    I remember you from back when I was a kid. Up north, that white trailer. I’ll remember you sasy and brassy. I remember you calling my sister and tina, ” Mouth.” “Ok, Mouth” when they got sassy.

    It was a great ride. I’m going to stay here a bit longer. I’ll join you later.

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  4. Bev Care

    Vicky I will miss my longtime friend and all the times we shared. I will treasure those memories Forever Friends Bev

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  5. Lisa & Mark Rundquist

    B.J. and family: You are all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Xxxoo
    Mark & Lisa Rundquist

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  6. Shannon Kochmanski

    I’m so glad we had a special vacation before you left us cuz I have so many happy memories to hold onto. I miss u more and more every second. I love you so much and I will hold your memories very close to my heart forever. Say HI to grandpa and the rest of our family, I know you are dancing free with them all.🌺

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  7. Breezy Lawrence

    ill never forget your smile. and ill never forget the day you showed up at mine and kara’s graduation party. You gave me a hug, and let me tell you, i’ll never forget that hug, especially how tight, but yet so gentle it was. i could smell your perfume, and it brought joy to my heart, and my day didn’t feel complete until that very moment. Thank you vickey for spending quality time with me, and blessing me with my second momma, who then blessed me with my bestfriend. Temporary goodbye, i’ll see you one day up there, and get another hug that no one else can compare to. Rest in Peace

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  8. Lois Gunther

    Life will never be the same without you may you fly high sissy I will forever love you and miss you.

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