Victoria J. (Kules) Turon
She was a licensed equestrian and avid polo player who both taught and played in Rhode Island, Virginia, Florida, Texas, England and Argentina. Her students admired her wisdom and warmth. Her lesson went beyond the horse ring and touched the lives of several special needs children.
After graduating RICC with honors and receiving the Freda H. Goldman Education Award, she went on to work as a radiology technician at South County Hospital in Rhode Island. Victoria had a love of cooking and was known for her “Chimichurri” sauce which she bottled and presented as gifts. She was an avid fan of Sting since childhood. Her presence will be missed dearly by all those she touched in life, love and in her “Victorius” way.
She is survived by her son, Benjamin – her “reason for living,” she would say; her mother Joyce Kueles; her brother Anthony; sisters Jennifer and Paulette; brother-in-law Ed Dotts; and three nieces, Ashley E. Lawrence of Virginia, Alexandria Fallon of Pennsylvania, and Olivia Whittle of New Jersey.
A Memorial Mass will be held on July 22, at 9 a.m. at St. Lucy’s Catholic Church in Middletown.