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by Sharon Rondeau

Victoria is now "in the palm of His hand"

(Jul. 11, 2012) — The Post & Email has been told by a close friend that Victoria passed away at 4:15 EDT this morning.  We extend our deepest condolences to her family and friends, of which there were many.

Victoria was active on blogs and newspapers in the constitutional arena.  She was an excellent researcher, particularly in the area of ancestry.  One of the last emails The Post & Email received from her stated that she had found evidence that the records of Madelyn Payne Dunham and Stanley Armour Dunham had been “tampered with.”

Victoria had also performed extensive research on the background of then-presidential candidate Rick Santorum in an attempt to determine if he met the definition of “natural born Citizen” found in Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution.  It was believed that Santorum’s father had not naturalized prior to his son’s birth.  Santorum dropped out of the race on April 10 but could be a candidate for vice president.  The vice president must qualify under Article II in order to assume the duties of the president in the event of the president’s “removal, death or resignation” under the 25th Amendment.

The last email exchanged between this writer and Victoria was on April 15.  Although something seemed amiss, it was not identifiable.  Others had also begun to notice that something was different.  We believe that Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III was one of the last people in our community to speak with her before she was hospitalized.  Fitzpatrick has had her in his prayers since learning of her illness.

Victoria was very concerned about the signs of Sharia law taking hold in the United States and introduced us to a knowledgeable person on the subject.

Over the last several months, Victoria had been involved in a new project which we do not believe she was able to complete.

She was a strong moral supporter of all of her friends.  Last fall, when this writer was experiencing some personal challenges, Victoria was one of the few people in whom we confided.  She would sign her name with just a “V.”  In one of her messages about the subject, she said, in part:

Stay warm and safe.  Your spirit is brighter now, I can hear it in your words. V

Victoria also provided assistance to this writer and others upon the receipt of death threats in June of last year through her research on cyberstalking laws.  She stood up for what was right and always showed concern for others.  Ever vibrant and energetic, it was a shock to this writer to learn approximately three weeks ago that she was gravely ill.

Upon the death of this writer’s father last July, Victoria sent a lovely note, to which we responded, in part:

The way in which you have expressed your thoughts to me has great meaning, and I take comfort from your words.

She was also supportive of others who have lost loved ones during the past year.

We never met her, but we are told she was beautiful, with blue eyes and long blond hair.  We were told she looked much younger than her actual age.

We pray that her journey was a warm and safe one.  We take comfort in knowing that she is now in repose with He Who “raises us up on eagle’s wings and holds us in the palm of His hand.”  Rest well, dear friend.


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  1. Patriot35’s wife wrote a Tribute to Victoria:

    By Doreen M. Turner (the ‘Brit’), A Patriot’s Wife
    July 11, 2012

    Victoria, the ‘Voice on the Phone’.

    Always there from morning ‘til night. She was ‘up’ and ‘down’, and often the ‘clown’.

    Full of information and right on the ball; a nurse, a friend, and helpful to all.

    She often caught my husband in the shower, with long conversations – often for an hour. (And from the truth she never did not cower).

    She often woke us up in the morn, and sharing our meals became the norm. ‘You’re always eating’ she would say (without a thought of the time of the day).

    She came with us to the Sierras, Las Vegas, and New England, too. (And even when we visited the Zoo).

    Victoria Windsor lived up to her name.

    No more exciting emails … or other up-to-the-minute details.

    The voice on the phone is now missing.

    I am proud to have known that ‘Voice on the Phone’. I hope we can meet in another place in another time – and I’ll finally get to meet that voice on the line.

    I don’t know what my husband will do – without Victoria to start his day anew. (But God will find her plenty to do).

    God Bless and Godspeed, Victoria of Windsor.
    Doreen Turner

  2. A brave and tireless Patriot has left us instructions on how to continue the work started by Orly Taitz in 2008 – using the laws established by our Constitution to uphold and defend that very same Supreme Law of the Land.

    With her skills as a para-legal and her guts to speak with anyone and everyone, from Governors to ‘grunts’, about the blatant violations of our right to only a natural born Citizen in the Office of President, she fought the good fight 24/7 – from rallies in Washington, D.C. to hours and hours each day on the phone.

    She became that ‘Voice on the Phone’ – with new announcements, revelations, and research results that kept us all in the know about all things Obama, and kept us all motivated to open our eyes and do the right thing.

    She will be sorely missed as her work goes on. Let us not allow her legacy go to waste – so that she can soon smile down on us and say ‘Well done, good patriots. Well done.’

  3. She was more than a friend, she was my inspiration. She and I served on American Grand Jury as juror and frequented Bob Campbell’s blog talk show on Thursdays. We began collaborating on some projects and she was a great resource for me. She was truly a great patriot.
    She and her friend Ron once accepted an invitation from me and my husband, Don, to go sailing. Dubious about this excursion, because she was uncomfortable about being on water and could not swim, she came anyway. As we reached the middle of the Rappahannock River, an enterprising black snake, who had apparently been dining on baby birds (they build nests in the sails), made his appearance. It was then that Victoria seriously considered learning to swim as she hung off the back of the boat. The six foot snake left the boat and swam away. It was a memorable trip for all that we will always remember. We continued our almost 1-2 times weekly phone calls.
    I was in shock when I found she had been in ICU for a week. I saw her three times. She seldom opened her eyes, but she did respond in a limited way. I prayed for her and read to her from the bible and told her I loved her and held her hand. The last time I saw her, she was sleeping peacefully, without the intrusion of tubes and IVs. Early the next morning, Jesus took her in His arms. What a wonderful warrior Jesus has now!

  4. Victoria is apparently one of the rare breed that “Live their beliefs; instead of simply mouthing them. She did not die among the
    “Sheeple”. May we all take inspiration from that.