Condolence & Memory Journal

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I had the honor and pleasure to work with Vickie for nine years before she retired. I loved everything about her: her can-do spirit, her honesty, laughter, non-nonsense attitude, and genuine care for all human beings. I learned so much from Vickie about purchasing, negotiating and getting stuff done. May she be blessed forever and may all the heavenly angels take amazing care of her like she took care us.

Posted by Renata Serafin - San Antonio, TX - Coworker   August 27, 2020

I worked with Vickie for over ten years. She was the genuine article, much loved a respected by all. She loved the Lord Jesus and I loved that about her. I have no doubt she is with Him now and having the time of her life. God bless you Vickie. I love you and thank you for your kindness to me.

Posted by Julie Pace - San Antonio, TX - Coworker   August 23, 2020

Vickie had an amazing way of humbling you with her no-nonsense attitude while also feeling completely supported and cared for. I now believe this was the love of Christ working through her. Working with her at the college from so early on has left many memories, and her retirement, battle with cancer and death has also left a tremendous loss. I know she is sitting next to Jesus in Heaven helping him prepare a place for us.intil then, friend.

Posted by Virginia Jackson - San Antonio, TX - Coworker   August 21, 2020

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We have Vickie to thank for every ADA chair and every ADA raised desk on the NVC campus. Vickie got them for us many years ago. She was such an inspiration and cared about everyone. I have no doubt that God has big plans for Vickie...always has! Sharon Dresser, NVC Disability Services

Posted by Sharon Dresser - San Antonio, TX - Coworker   August 20, 2020

Vickie was a wonderful person who could put a smile on any ones face! There was a time when our two families did everything together and had so much fun! Our kids grew up together, our dogs had puppies together and we laughed and cried together. We shared a lot of adventures together, some good and some not so good but we made memories with every one. We will miss this sweet lady!

Posted by Randy and Marian Vig - PEORIA, AZ - Family Friend   August 20, 2020

Dear Vickie, to the GREATEST Boss and even better friend. NVC has never been the same for me since you retired! You are loved, appreciated, and will be sorely missed. You have and will always be a blessing to our family. God Speed and I know..."Nuff said!"

Posted by Leslie Moore & Family - Converse, TX - Friend   August 20, 2020

I was so sadden when I heard from Leslie that Vickie had passed. She and I have known each other for some 21 years...when I arrived at Northwest Vista College. Loved her tremendously and I have missed her since her retirement. Many times I would talk to her sidekick Leslie and our conversation would always begin, "Les, have you seen Vickie lately? How is she doing? Tell her hello for me." Vickie would share her stories about her and Ronnie in the military and on their ranch. She was one hell of a worker...watching Vickie all day, by the time I returned home I was physically exhausted. She had all kinds of energy and NVC certainly did not lose money on her. Once she brought me a jar of her canned figs...God those were the best...brought me back to my childhood days. Both Vickie and I grew up in the country and she never lost track of her roots and that is what I admired most about her. I have missed you since your retirement Vickie and do me a favor...slow down a little, you cannot be tiring God out like you did me. Love you.

Posted by Patrick Fontenot - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 20, 2020

Vickie and Christine in California.

Posted by Christien King - CA - Sister   August 19, 2020

Vickie and Mom.

Posted by Christine King - CA - Sister   August 19, 2020

Vickie and Mom, 1952.

Posted by Christine King - CA - Sister   August 19, 2020

Vickie at 18.

Posted by Christine King - CA - Sister   August 19, 2020

Vickie and Christine, 1958.

Posted by Christine King - CA - Sister   August 19, 2020

My sister, Vickie, was a woman of faith with a strong sense of adventure and a ready smile. She will be missed by all those who have been blessed to have her in their lives.
May God bless those who mourn her with the comfort of his love. May your memories become joyful and your lives be encircled with love.
With love today and always,
Christine and Steve

Posted by Christine King - CA - Sister   August 19, 2020

I will miss you Vickie. I always enjoyed coming over and helping you and Ronnie. I am truly saddened by your passing but know that you are in a better place

Posted by Bob Kemmerer - TX - friend   August 19, 2020

Vickie was an amazing soul who became friends with everyone she met. She was a person who had a smile and a word of joy for everyone She will be missed.

Posted by Mary Dixson - San Antonio, TX - Coworker   August 19, 2020