Victor San Inocencio was a great father, grandfather, husband and friend. He gave his life to others
expecting nothing in return. He was best called as "Abuello Polio" meaning Granpa Chicken for his
love to his roosters, hens and chickens. He was a great cook and known best for his "Lechon" asao
meaning roasted pork on the pit. The San Inocencio Family has lost the pedestal that held up this
family together. But his legacy will take its place and make us stronger until we meet again. Abuelo
Polio, we love you and miss you dearly.
He leaves to cherish his memory Lydia San Inocencio - ex-wife, Orlando, FI,Victor M. San Inocencio, Jr. son, Kissimmee, FL, Ivonne San Inocencio, daughter, Orlando, FI, Jose Victor San Inocencio, son, New Smyrna Beach, FI, Victor G. San Inocencio, grandson, Orlando, FI, Nancy San Inocencio, granddaughter, San Juan, PR, Hector San Inocencio, grandson, Rochester, NY, Victor A. San Inocencio, grandson, Orlando, FI, Alexandra San Inocencio, granddaughter, Orlando, FI, Delia San Inocencio, 2nd Exwife, Orlando, FI, 10 Grandchildren and 7 Great-Grandchildren.
He also is survived by Rodney M. Camps, Miramar, Fl, his wife Mileydis Camps, Nicole Camps, California, her husband Christopher Androne, Natalia Camps, California, and his daughter in law, Jeannette San Inocencio, Kissimme, Fl.