This workshop is focused on the needs of our widowers, and offered just for the men at camp. We will explore a variety of topics relating to being male and widowed.
Victor Buono is a successful entrepreneur and visionary whose compassionate, genuine nature has touched the lives of countless individuals throughout his lifetime. Victor is the Co-Founder of Saltus LLC, the leading construction monitoring services and documentation company in Manhattan, NY. He
has served as the company’s Executive Director and Managing Partner since its inception in 2008. A proud member of Construction & General Building Laborers Local 79 for over three decades and longtime member of Free and Accepted Masons, Victor believes in honorable work ethics and in those who stand beside him as colleagues and employees.
His work with Soaring Spirits International began after the death of his beloved wife, who passed away in August 2015, after a long and difficult battle with brain cancer. Knowing the importance of having a network of support, Victor attended Soaring Spirits Regional Group gatherings, where he found comfort and strength. He also traveled to take part in yearly Soaring Spirits International conferences, Camp Widow Tampa and Camp Widow Toronto. Feeling compelled to do more for the widowed community and pay forward the relief and healing he found, Victor offered help wherever he could.
Victor’s many accomplishments, passion for finding solutions, and helping where there is need has been very rewarding for him over the years, but he knows there is still much to do. He has many projects underway in the areas of fire suppression and cutting-edge technology to help support the construction industry. Victor’s quest to help the widowed community is always a priority as he continues to work for the cause so that those who feel alone find support and those who are grieving find solace.
This workshop is focused on the needs of our widowers, and offered just for the men at camp. We will explore a variety of topics relating to being male and widowed. What are the challenges widowers face that are unique to the men in our group?