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VICTORIA EVELYN BUCHANAN

January 13, 1955 — February 7, 2024

Victoria Evelyn Buchanan, an adventurous and faith-filled woman, passed away on February 7, 2024, in Dallas, Texas. She was born on January 13, 1955, in the vibrant borough of Brooklyn, New York. With a zest for life and an unwavering faith in God, Victoria embraced every moment with kindness, joy, and excellence.

Victoria's passion for technology led her to pursue a bachelor's degree in computer science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Her dedication and hard work paved the way for a successful career as a Dallas County IT Services Programmer Analyst. She excelled in her role, using her skills to improve systems, streamline processes, and ensure the smooth functioning of operations. Victoria's contributions left an indelible mark on the industry she served with such commitment.

Beyond her professional accomplishments, Victoria will be remembered for the deep connections she built through her friendly and outgoing nature. Conversations with anyone and everyone were opportunities for her to share laughter and wisdom. She had an uncanny ability to make others feel at ease and cherished. Her empathetic nature touched countless lives.

Victoria had an insatiable curiosity about the world around her and loved traveling whenever she could. Whether exploring new cities or wandering through unfamiliar landscapes, she embraced each adventure with an open heart. Victoria delighted in meeting new people along her journey; she never met a stranger and embraced everyone as family.

In addition to her love for travel and connecting with others, Victoria enjoyed the simple pleasures of life. Spending hours on the phone engaged in heartfelt conversations brought her immeasurable joy. It was during these moments that Victoria demonstrated her exceptional listening skills while also sharing stories of her own experiences.

At home, Victoria dedicated herself to caring for her beloved dogs: Champ, Benny, Lenny, Buddy, and Timmy. Their wagging tails provided constant companionship and filled her home with warmth and love. She found solace and comfort in their presence, a testament to her kind and nurturing spirit.

Victoria was also an avid solver of puzzles, finding relaxation and mental stimulation in the challenges they presented. When she wasn't busy unraveling enigmas, she enjoyed watching blogs showcasing the charm and culture of New York City. Victoria's days were often spent engrossed in episodes of "Matlock" and "Murder She Wrote," skillfully piecing together clues alongside the renowned detectives.

But perhaps most importantly, Victoria's spiritual faith was the bedrock of her life. She enjoyed listening to gospel music, as it was her favorite genre. Her unwavering commitment to the Lord was evident through her active participation in church activities. Victoria's dedication inspired those around her and served as a shining example of the love and grace she embraced every day.

Above all else, Victoria's proudest accomplishment was raising her two daughters, Janelle and Tyra, who will carry forward her legacy of compassion and strength. Her love for them knew no bounds, and she instilled within them values that will shape their lives forever.

Victoria Evelyn Buchanan's departure leaves a void that cannot be easily filled. Her warm smile, infectious laughter, and genuine care for others will continue to resonate with all those whose lives she touched. As we bid farewell to this phenomenal woman, let us celebrate a life lived fully with joy, adventure, and an unwavering faith in God. May her memory be forever cherished in our hearts.

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