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MIDLAND – (FOX 24) – Probably one of the most well-known in the Basin is Victoria Printz, raised in Midland.  Time and time again, you’ll hear, she’s such a generous giver. 

“It looks probably better on the outside than it feels on the inside some days,” said Printz.

Like so many, Printz’s world has changed dramatically.

“There are so many folks within our community that need help,” said Printz.

The 59-year-old sold her Midland real estate company and closed her ballroom dance studio because of COVID-19.

“There is no time like the present to grasp life and make today count for something,” said Printz.

Still, her focus remains on making a difference.  

“Many of us women are looking up to people like Victoria to see how it’s done,” said Kathleen Kirwan-Haynie, Senior Life Midland Executive Director. 

“There’s just an inviting attitude that she has; she wants you to be a part of her world and wants to be a part of your world,” said Tracy Renton, Senior Life Midland, Development and Marketing Director. “Well worth the reward of dear friendships and dear people,” said Printz.

Her passion for people is one of her many strengths.

“She also takes women like me who are professionals under her wing and mentors them,” said Kirwan-Haynie.

“Victoria understands the needs and the mission that we have here, and she does everything she can to help us be successful,” said Renton.

It seems part of her success comes from all she does in our community.

“I think it’s great if everyone can participate and give back on whatever level they’re able to do,” said Printz.

She works with numerous local charities, including Senior Life Midland, and has hosted lots of fundraisers.

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