Obituary Details

Liviu Vaida

August 4, 1954 - November 4, 2014

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St. Agnes Church
Date:
Saturday, November 8, 2014
Service Time:
11:30 AM to 12:30 PM

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Liviu Vaida of Raleigh, NC, formerly of Riverside, CT passed away suddenly on November 4th at the age of 60 from heart failure.

Liviu was born in Simisna, Romania on August 4, 1954. He was the son of the late Alexandru and Livia Vaida. After graduation from High School his family immigrated to Germany. Liviu remained a citizen of Romania his whole life. In 2002 Liviu came to the United States. He was a skilled carpenter and painter and liked to say, “ I have many skills, “ which was true. He spoke 3 languages fluently.

Above all else he loved his family. He is survived by his loving wife Denise Feighery of Raleigh NC ( formerly Riverside, CT) . His three children: Natalia Vaida her husband Adrian MIc of Tarrytown, NY. His daughter Monica Vaida of Mesa, AZ and son Andrei Liviu Vaida, his partner Susan Zicarelli of Cos Cob, CT. His three stepchildren also survive him: Jennifer Feighery Ward, her husband Conor Ward of Raleigh, NC. Stephen J Feighery of Norwalk, CT. and Justine Feighery of Washington, DC. His sister Renata Iencia of Germany survives H. His five granddaughters survive Liviu: Amanda Mic, Sarah Boboc, Savannah Rose Vaida and Mia and Cameron Ward.

His first wife Zsuzsana Steixner of Romania predeceased him in death.

The funeral will take place at Saint Agnes Church 247 Stanwich Road, Greenwich CT on Saturday November 8 at 11:30AM, followed by a luncheon at Zody 19th Hole 451 Stillwater Rd, Stamford, CT.

Donations can be made to: www.savethechildren.org

Condolences: rfhr.com
Posted by:
kayla
Posted on:
November 13, 2014
Hi my name is Kayla and I am a local bible teacher. I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. There is a very comforting scripture at Isaiah 25:8. It says that soon Jehovah will swallow up death forever and that he will wipe away all of the tears. So we can all look forward to a time when death will be no more. I hope that this scripture can bring some true comfort during these difficult times.
Posted by:
Stephanie Goolsby-Savage
Posted on:
November 6, 2014
Lit a candle in memory of Liviu Vaida
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