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Victoria Ashley Worley

April 29, 2001 — July 19, 2022

Victoria Ashley Worley was born April 29th, 2001, in Fountain Valley CA. She went home July 19th, 2022. 

Read by her oldest brother, Steven Worley Jr. 

Born to Steve and Crystal Worley, she was the youngest of the family and the 7th granddaughter to Jean and Dale Worley. She is the little sister of three brothers, myself, Andrew and Frankie and the sister-in-law to Clarissa, Nicki and Lindsay. She is the aunt to Nathan, Frankie, Lucie, Jack and Dane, and the niece of Ralph and Beth, Ken and Kathy, Allen and Lydia. She is the cousin to Michelle, Elena, Jennifer, Jessica, Jackie, Gavin, Evan, Emily, Jacob, Taylor, Sydney, and Paige. 

Victoria was many things to all of us, but one thing we all know is that she was a highly gifted singer and musician. Her voice so enchanting and warm that it could calm the soul in even the darkest of times, and her ability to play the guitar or piano in concert with the melody of her voice was such a humbling experience to witness. 

Her musical splendor was a combination of raw, gifted talent and being introduced to theater and musicals by an early age. Victoria began performing with Biola Youth Theater when she was 5 years old. When the final stage curtain fell and the last echo of applause softly faded away, her time in musical theatre came to an end her senior year of high school. 

But she continued to sing and play and took on the role as the family’s personal event entertainer, along with her brother Andrew. From birthdays to weddings to anniversaries and funerals, Victoria and Andrew blessed our family and friends with musical glory both as a duet and individually. They shared a special bond as the dynamic duo of music. Their voices blended perfectly and her absence in our family’s life and her forever singing partner Andrew. 

Victoria attended Calvary Chapel Pacific Coast from the time she was born until 6th grade. She then began attending Calvary Chapel West Grove in her first year of Jr. High where she joined the worship team and met her best friend Ellie, who was also on the worship team. Victoria continued leading worship all the way through high school. 

In 2016, Victoria along with her best friend Ellie was invited by Promise Child, to mission to the country of Nepal to lead worship, and to minister to the Nepalian children by teaching them about Jesus through vacation Bible school activities. This was not her only missions trip, she also traveled to San Francisco in the same year where she ministered to the homeless, helped serve meals at the food bank and led the worship for the team. 

All of Victoria’s schooling was done at home by her mom Crystal. She graduated high school in 2019 having already started courses at Cypress College where she pursued her general education with the goal of becoming a nurse. This was while her mother was also attending Cypress College, and even took some of the same classes as her, including photography classes. Along with her wonderful voice, she also had a natural talent for photography, a passion she shared with her mom and brother Andrew. 

Victoria was the apple of her father’s eye. Being the only daughter and the youngest of three siblings, she was adored by all, but none more than by her father Steven. He was always there for her whenever she needed anything. As a child this was in the form of toys, bike rides and wiping away her tears. When she got older it was through gas money, car repairs and fatherly advice. He was the person she could always go to when life threw her a curve ball knowing full well that even if she were to get knocked down, he would always be there to help her get back up. 

Though she was the apple of her father’s eye, she was her mother’s mini-me. They were alike in so many ways, even if they both would tell you they were not. Their similarities were not just present in her strong personality but in the way she expressed herself through her music and photography but also through her most recently acquired desire to cook and decorate. She would often facetime her mother to get help or guidance when cooking something new or eagerly show off her new home décor that she purchased for her apartment.

Victoria was a daughter, sister, grand-daughter, niece, cousin, aunt, and friend. She loved her family very much but would show special attention to her nieces and nephews, showering them with gifts, laughter, and kisses. She was spoiled by her grandparents, her aunts and Uncles and she had a special bond with all her cousins, some she considered sisters instead of friends. 

No matter how busy her young life was, she would be at every family gathering, holiday and special event. Her absence leaves a colossal void in all our lives and is filled with questions of doubt and sorrow, as we should be able to say much more about Victoria except that she left us so soon. While we are all broken hearted, we as a family know we will see her again...one day. But until then, her beautiful voice, her sweet smile, her infectious laughter will forever be in our hearts. 

We love you Victoria and we will always love you!

“The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.” Psalm 34:18


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