May God give comfort to the family and many friends. May there be many wonderful memories to share for generations to come.
Miss Vicki was Brian's girl for more than 20 years. She was the voice on the other end of the phone when he was gone all week and I had an emergency and needed him in the days before cell phones, I called her more than a few times in tears and she could get to him when no one else could, I didnt even know where he was at. She was also our insurance rep. for many years while our son had multiple brain surgeries, I dont know how she did what she did, but she could make things happen. Her laugh invited everyone to laugh along with her. Miss Vicki gave us some jingle bells (she wore a jingle garter to the Christmas parties) and I hang them on the door every year, I smile when I hear them. Everytime I walked thru the front door at work, Vicki said "Hi Honey, let me get him for you" and we would visit. I know the whole office loved her and I did too. Bless her sweet heart ~ Much Love and Prayers, Brian and Missy Ruder
Knew Vicki from school days . She was always so nice. I pray for the Holy Spirit to give the family and friends comfort and understanding during this time of sorrow.
Vicki was more than a co worker.....she was a dear loyal friend. Had baking skills second to no other. (miss those Christmas cookies.) Rest in peace my friend Thoughts and prayers from the Koehler's