Victor G. Ausilio

September 22, 2021

Victor G. Ausilio
U.S. Veteran

US Army

Victor G. Ausilio – of Woburn,  died unexpectedly, September 21st at the age of seventy-eight. He was the beloved husband of 50 years to the late Barbara (Austin) Ausilio. Cherished father of Victor G. Ausilio Jr, his wife Alicia and adored grandfather of Emma and Christopher, all of Billerica. Dear brother of the late James S. Ausilio. Victor is also survived by several loving cousins and dear friends. Relatives and friends are invited to pay their respects from 11 a.m. – 12 noon on Friday, September 24th at the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main St., Woburn. A graveside service will follow at 12:30 p.m. in Woodbrook Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Victor’s name to the National Kidney Foundation 209 W Central St, Natick, MA 01760

Victor G. Ausilio – a longtime resident of Woburn,  died unexpectedly, September 21st at the age of seventy-eight. He was the beloved husband of 50 years to the late Barbara (Austin) Ausilio. 
 
Victor was raised in the West End of Boston, with his late parents,  Ignatsios and Josephine (Tringale) Ausilio, and his younger brother James Ausilio who passed away in 2011He and his family moved to Medford, and lived on Ellis Avenue while he attended high school.
 
In his younger days Victor loved working on cars and was an avid automobile enthusiast. After graduating from high school, he joined the US Army where he served actively for 2 years.
 
Years later Victor became a barber and eventually opened Vic’s Barber Shop on Summer Street in Arlington, which he owned and operated for many years. Vic’s Barber Shop was a staple on Summer Street until closing in the late 1990’s. He was a barber for over 50 years and after closing his shop, worked for CountrySide Barber Shop in Lexington until retiring. 
 
Victor was married to his late wife and best friend, Barbara for over 50 years, whom he grew up on the same street as. Together they raised their son Victor with love and support. After the birth of his son, Victor returned to the service as a member of the 94th Arcom where he served for 26 years. He was fond of his service and valued the friends he met along the way.
 
He enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren, Emma and Christopher and enjoyed watching and spending time with them, He had a great sense of humor and was very knowledgeable on many topics, often able to answer the Final Jeopardy questions.
 
After the loss of his wife in April of 2020, Victor spent much time with his son and his family, often stopping over for lunch. He also enjoyed going out for breakfast and exploring and trying new restaurants.
 
Victor is survived and will be deeply missed by his son Victor G. Ausilio Jr, his wife Alicia and adored grandfather of Emma and Christopher, all of Billerica. Dear brother of the late James S. Ausilio. Victor is also survived by several loving cousins and dear friends. 
 
Relatives and friends are invited to pay their respects from 11 a.m. – 12 noon on Friday, September 24th at the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main St., Woburn. A graveside service will follow at 12:30 p.m. in Woodbrook Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Victor’s name to the National Kidney Foundation 209 W Central St, Natick, MA 01760

Relatives and friends are invited to pay their respects from 11 a.m. – 12 noon on Friday, September 24th at the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main St., Woburn. A graveside service will follow at 12:30 p.m. in Woodbrook Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Victor’s name to the National Kidney Foundation 209 W Central St, Natick, MA 01760

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  1. it was 1962 when we both worked in Kennedy’s clothing in Boston. we became good friends. many years have passed but God always has a plan and he put us in touch with each other again after so many years. Rest in Peace my dear friend. You will always have a place in my heart.

  2. Cousin Vic, sadness makes us remember the good times in our life together. I remember way, way back sitting on the steps in the West End with you and your brother Jimboy, crossing the street to Kramer’s for penny candy. These memories flood back now. Then you moved to Ellis Ave. in Medford. That made it easier for us to hang out. There were those days with Frankie B. And the many days swimming at the Mystic Lakes. And the years of haircuts in your shop, catching up on what was going on in our lives. And our discussions of our service – you in the Army and me in the Navy. And we have the memories of that week at Ted Hilton’s in Moodus, CT. A joyous week to remember with uncle Jimmy doing his Frank Sinatra renditions and us following Coo Coo Duca in the morning waking everyone up. These memories sustain us now. We will all be together again on the other side some day. But meanwhile we will recall the enjoyment of our lives together. You were a good guy and we’ll cherish that truth. Rest In Peace Vic. We’ll miss you.

  3. Corinne Price Kinsman

    Since I heard of your passing, so many thoughts of you have come flooding back. You and your brother were my “cousins from Boston” and how exciting for us when you moved to Medford, where the rest of your cousins were. We spent lots of good days together, and one that sticks out in my mind is when 6 or 7 of us squeezed into a booth in the Regina’s in the North End that was clearly built for 4 people. We had many laughs that day and so many other days, too. I’m so sorry you’ve left us. With much love and memories, your cousin, Corinne R.I.P. with the rest of the family. We will meet again.

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