June 01 , 1934 - May 15 , 2022
Monday, July 11, 2022
1:00 ~ 3:00 PM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home
Monday, July 11, 2022
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home Chapel
Memorials in Vic's name may be made to the National Ataxia Foundation. Please follow the link below.
Victor Leo Masserant, 87, of Monroe, peacefully passed away on Sunday, May 15, 2022 at the Promedica Monroe Regional Hospital, with his loving wife by his side.
Vic was born June 1, 1934 in Monroe, Mi to Blase and Hilda (Wess) Masserant. Vic worked for over 30 years at Michigan Bell Telephone Company, retiring as a General Manager, and proudly served many years in the National Guard. Vic married the former Carolyn Scheffler, and they were blessed with 4 cherished children, Bradley, Vickie, Brent, and Bryan. Sadly, Carolyn preceded him in death in 1991.
Vic met Sandra Duvall, and they soon married, spending 29 wonderful years together. They were members of Divine Grace Parish, Carleton, enjoyed traveling, chasing waterfalls, and camped in all the continental states except Alaska. He enjoyed country music, and was a Michigan State Spartan fan through and through.
He is survived by his wife, Sandy; 3 stepchildren, Danielle (Thierry) Belin of Las Vegas, NV, Harry (Nina) Berthlett of Monroe, and Christopher (Jen Rozmiark) Berthlett of Newport; 12 grandchildren; 8 great grandchildren; and 2 daughter-in-law’s, Laura Masserant and Sara (Terry) Wilk.
As well as his first wife, he was also preceded in death by his children, Bradley, Vickie Balogh, Brent, and Bryan; a grandson, Jeremy Masserant; 2 brothers, Bernard and Gerald, and a sister, Delores DiFiore; a son -in-law, Daniel Balogh; and a stepdaughter, Marquise Ervin.
Vic’s cremation will take place at “The Witness Crematory” located inside of Michigan Memorial Funeral Home. There will be a Memorial Visitation at Michigan Memorial Funeral Home, 30895 West Huron River Drive, Flat Rock, MI 48134 on Monday, July 11, 2022 from 1-3 PM, where his Memorial Service will be held at 3 PM. Fr. John Hedges of St. Stephen Catholic Church, New Boston will officiate, and services will conclude with a procession to Michigan Memorial Park for his inurnment.
For anyone who wishes to make a donation in his name, the family suggests the National Ataxia Foundation, PO Box 27986, Golden Valley, MN 55427 or www.ataxia.org.
Sandy and family, We are so sorry to hear of Vic’s passing. Your love for one other and your family is such a beautiful story. Praying for peace and comfort during this time. We are thankful that we will all be together again one day with perfect health and peace. Much love, Yancy and Kathy Yancy and Kathy DeMott