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Victoria Cora Workman

Oct 19, 1996 Jun 6, 2023

Words can not describe the loss we feel to say farewell, and heaven chose to give you wings and now it's time you flew. We wish that we could have more time, that god would let you stay. Forever would not be long enough and we could take just one day.

We wish we had just one more chance to see that tender smile, to laugh with you again, my dear, just for a little while. Gone too soon, but not forgotten, forever you will remain. Your guiding light, our shining star, until we meet again.

Victoria was called home to her loving heavenly father on June 6th, 2023

Victoria Cora Workman was born on October 19, 1996, in Michigan adopted by Mary Workman. She was the second youngest sibling out of 12. Michael, Christopher, Cody, Andrew, Tonya, Anthony, Maria, Dmitry, Natasha, Igor and Marcus.

Provo, Utah, was where she grew until she moved to Davis County, where she attended Davis High School. She graduated with honors and an associate's degree and studied at the University of Utah and received her bachelor's in Strategic Communications and Sociology.

She worked in her field and passion with (NAMI) National Alliance on Mental Illness and worked with Robin Holcomb and Benee Larsen (Boss) to create a program that focuses on helping teenagers cope with mental illnesses through music and the arts. She had a gift and loved to help people, to observe the things that others did not. She wanted to do something bigger than herself and impact this world, and just like that, she did. She was the good in so many people's lives and days no matter how long you knew her. Just a smile or an embracing hug that made you feel so loved. A laugh we all will never forget. She loved people and making new friends, attending shows, and enjoying music.

She was survived by her mother Mary Workman, her Aunt Jean, and Siblings, Nieces, and Nephews. Isabell, Brighton, Angie, Jaycie, Mia, Ryatt, Christopher, William, Gabriel, Eva, Viola, Vidal, Alayna, Sirena, Corban, Athena, and so many friends.

Victoria had a gift of love and she was loved by so many. She will be missed so much.

An evening viewing for Victoria will take place Wednesday, June 14, 2023 from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM at The Great Saltair located at 12408 W Saltair Dr, Magna, UT.

Funeral services are under the direction of Affordable Funerals & Cremations, online condolences at



The Great Saltair

Thursday, June 15, 2023 at 12:00 AM – 2:00 AM

12408 W Saltair Dr
Magna, UT 84044

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Affordable Funerals & Cremations - Salt Lake City

4387 South 500 West

Murray, UT 84121

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Jun 11, 2023
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