Born in Brooklyn, NY, She was the daughter of the late Louis Aguece and Ann (Librizi)
Vivian worked as a typist in the Customs Department in NYC and later worked for SUNY Oswego as a typist at the Rice Creek Field Stations for over 20 years.
Vivian battled MS from the age of 17 and was active with Arise. She also served as President of the Oswego Town Zoning Board.
Surviving is her loving and devoted husband Marvin “Bud” Golding, two daughters Lori Ann Austin of Tilson, NY and Lisa Marie Seaman of Westminister, CO, a brother Victor Aguece of Howard Beach, Queens, NY, three grandchildren Finnigan Austin, Ian Seaman and Adam Seaman, and close friend Meg Quigley.
Family and friends are invited to call from 3-6 pm on Wednesday, March 22, 2023, at Nelson Funeral Home. A Catholic Funeral Mass will be held at 10 am on Thursday, March 23rd at Christ the Good Shepherd at St. Joseph’s Church.
Spring burial will be in Oswego Town Rural Cemetery. Arrangements are under the caring guidance of Nelson Funeral Home.