Victoria Allison Aviles, 21, Green Bay unexpectedly left this world on Saturday, May 14, 2022 in Milwaukee.
She was born on February 17, 2001 in Green Bay, daughter of Natalie Hartl and Juan Aviles. Victoria (Nana) graduated from Ashwaubenon High School with the class 2019. She was recently employed with Explorium Brewpub in the third ward in Milwaukee. She loved her job and her coworkers. She was pursuing her dream of becoming a chef. She was expected to graduate in December 2022 from Fox Valley Technical College with a degree in culinary arts. Aside from her love of cooking, she loved to paint and draw. Art and music made her the happiest and brought her peace. She had a love for butterflies and tattoos. Victoria loved traveling and exploring anywhere that had a beach. She loved her wine and spending time with all of her amazing friends. She was full of life and lots of laughter. Her laughter was contagious and you would never forget it if you heard it. She was always the light in a dark room. A breath of fresh air. She would lift you up anytime you needed her. And when she loved you, she loved hard. Victoria was loving, giving and most of all had the biggest heart. She was an amazing daughter whom her parents were so proud of and all of her accomplishments in life. She was always the funniest sister and could make a joke out of anything. It was never a dull moment when she was around. Victoria could make anyone smile. She recently became an aunt to her handsome nephew Jeremiah. She loved spending time with him. She also enjoyed spending quality time with her two younger brothers, Kaden and Noah. They looked up to her. Family was important to her and she will be so missed by us all. Victoria’s life was so full of love and she will forever be in our hearts. She was one of a kind and will absolutely never be forgotten.
Survivors include her mother; Natalie Hartl (David Conley), her father; Juan (Jodi) Aviles, paternal grandmother; Madeline Delorbe, her siblings; Dominique Hartl, Alexis Aviles, Kaden Hartl, Noah Conley, Armani Hucek, Isabel Conley, Juandel Aviles, Silas Aviles, Zachary List, Madison Phillips, Zoe Peters, Bella Aviles, and Olivia Anderson, one aunt; Holly Hartl (Mike Hulchiy) two uncles; Mark Aviles (Jeana Witalk) and John Hartl, one nephew; Jeremiah Fields. Also survived by other relatives and many friends especially Emily Sackatook, Socorro Ibanez and Yolanda Ortega.
She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents; Linda and Larry Hartl, one uncle; Bob Hartl and a niece; Sophia Fields.
Funeral services will be held at 2:00PM on Saturday, May 21, 2022 at Legacy Gathering Center, 838 S. Fisk Street, Green Bay.
The family will greet relatives and friends from 2:00PM until 6:00PM on Saturday, May 21, 2022 at Legacy Gathering Center, 838 S. Fisk Street, Green Bay. Officiating at the service will be Deacon Mike Dabeck.
The family would like to extend a special thank you to all of those who have reached out to us during this difficult time. Your comfort and prayers mean the world to us.
Expressions of sympathy may be sent to the family by visiting www.lendmanfh.com
The Legacy Gathering Center 838 S Fisk Street, Green Bay is assisting the family with funeral arrangements.
I am sorry to your loss
Miss blicky lots
Miss you blicky
So sorry for your loss I sent my condolences to the family and friends
You will be sadly missed! Prayers to family and friends. Until we meet again…..