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Victoria E. Braun, 54, of Butler died Friday at her parent's home in Butler.
Born Jan. 15, 1953, in Butler, she was the daughter of Thelma M. Dressel and Clyde A. Braun Sr.
She was a 1971 graduate of Butler High School and worked as a bookkeeper in the Butler area until her retirement more than nine years ago due to her declining health.
She had also worked for the United Way in Butler, and the Office of Personnel Management in Boyers and the Victim Outreach Intervention Center (VOICe), where she also volunteered.
She had received a kidney and pancreas transplant in 2001, which gave her more time to be with her family and friends.
Mrs. Braun was a member of St. Peter Roman Catholic Church in Butler. She enjoyed baby-sitting her nieces and nephews and going to the beach.
Surviving are her parents; her companion of more than 30 years, Jim Spring of Youngwood, Pa.; three brothers, Clyde A. Braun Jr. and his wife, Cynthia, of Markleysburg, Pa., Jeffrey A. Braun and his wife, Lori, of Butler, and Eric A. Braun and his wife, Nancy, of Butler; three sisters, Philomena G. Wasko and her husband, Terry, of Lynchburg, Va., Jennifer A. Monaco of Butler and Alyssa C. Trivilino and her husband, Dennis, of Ellwood City; and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins.

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02/16/11 06:29 PM #1    

Suzan Convery (Draper)

Vicki and I went to St. Peter's school together.  She was a good friend to those she cared about.  She will be remembered for being fun to be with and devoted to her friends and family.

10/06/13 12:25 PM #2    

Ira Keener

I met Vickie in Jr High and considered her a friend through High School. We shared many laughs in study hall. She always made you feel at ease and welcome in her space...

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