Leandro G. “Eli” Victoria

Leandro G. “Eli” Victoria, 69, of Teaneck, formerly of Norwood, passed away suddenly on Thursday, August 1, 2019. Beloved husband of Cristina D. Victoria. Cherished father of Sheryll Victoria-Nacer and husband Sami of Bergenfield, Christian Victoria and fiancé Kimberly Park of Lodi, Engeline DiColandrea and husband Dominick of Fair Lawn, Christopher Marual of Philippines, Marvin Marual of California, Marlon Marual of Teaneck and Christian Marual of Teaneck. Adored grandfather of Angehlina, Gino Eli and Hailey. Dearest brother of Juliet Jugo and husband Angel of Northvale and Antonio Victoria and wife Noelle of Northvale as well as many other loving siblings and relatives in the Philippines. Also survived by his first wife Sol Victoria and her partner Raul Coronado. He will also be missed by his granddog, Roxy.

Eli was a bookkeeper at Gams in Kearney, NJ.  A talented musician, he traveled across Asia with his band and had been playing piano in Woodcliff Lake Manor. Besides his devotion to his family, Eli loved cars, golf and bowling.

A Funeral Mass will be celebrated Monday, August 5 at 11 AM at St. Anthony’s RC Church, Northvale. Visiting hours are Sunday 3-6 PM at Pizzi Funeral Home, 120 Paris Ave, Northvale (201-767-3050).



  1. I don’t want to believe it. What a great man. I going to miss you buddy. We had sooooo many laughs. Watch over your beautiful family and every once in a while, let me know your around. Your friend always.

    • Yes heaven gained a new entertainer!!!
      The joy he gave the family & everyone around him was priceless!!!
      Will miss him terribly!!!
      Love & cared for him so much it’s like he’s pain was my pain too!!!
      With this consolation I thank god he didn’t let him suffer just took him Peacefully though so sudden it hurts!!!!

  2. Tito Eli, you were a big part of my childhood and I always had fond memories! Thank you for everything! You will be missed!

  3. Mr. Victoria
    I never had a chance to physically meet you however if Sheryll is a reflection of who you were I can only imagine that you were a wonderful man. May you forever rest peacefully in the comforting arms of our Lord and Saviour.
    Sincere condolences,
    The Moore’s

  4. Juliet Victoria Jugo

    I’m still in denial!!! I could still hear his voice, his jokes, he’s presence & I could still feel his around !
    But the truth is:: I miss him so much already!!!
    Li , my brother you just don’t know how much I love & care for you !!! Among our siblings we’re the longest one that’s been together cuz you were the first one to joined me here in another world before Tony you just don’t know how happy I was!!! Those were the good old days THANK YOU!!!
    May you Rest In Peace!!! Please watch over us all the time!!! Keep us all safe especially your family!!!
    ❤️ ❤️❤️ LOVE you!!!
    My only consolation here is that you didn’t suffer at
    all !!! GOD BLESS!!!!

  5. Pancho Baltazar

    I am very saddened by Eli’s sudden passing. He is a very good friend in college at Adamson University. We have just hooked up on Facebook and was discussing plans of seeing each other in NJ in the spring of 2020. My God, this is very unexpected.

    I am very sorry and please accept our sincere condolences. What a loss of a kind and talented person.

  6. Eli.. you’ll always be remembered as a very mild friend who’s musical talent had entertained us (the Rutherford NJ – Buds and Budettes) with all the laughters you shared with us, you will dearly missed!

    We are all individually praying for the repose of youratewll soul! May the Lord God the Father grant you Rest In Peace and May the perpetual light shine up on you, to guide you safely to God’s Kingdom through Jesus Christ our Lord…… Amen

    Farewell friend Leandro G. “Eli” Victoria

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