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Celebrating the life of
Victoria Boykin Buck
November 03, 1953 - June 09, 2018
A loyal, supportive, trustworthy, and dependable shining star that brought joy to all of those that knew her as a friend.
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • A Gathering of Friends
  • 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. - Thursday, June 21, 2018
  • Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
  • 7200 Hodgson Memorial Drive (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31406

  • 912-352-7200
  • Rosary will be recited
  • 7:00 p.m. - Thursday, June 21, 2018
  • Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
  • 7200 Hodgson Memorial Drive (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31406

  • 912-352-7200
  • Mass of Christian Burial
  • 11:00am - Friday, June 22, 2018
  • St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church
  • 7020 Concord Road (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31410

  • 897-5156

May the friends and family of Ms. Buck find comfort in the Bible's promises that soon, "all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out" (John 5:28, 29), and "[God] will wipe out every tear from [our] eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore." (Revelation 21:3, 4). We can also rest assured that God 'will swallow up death forever, and He will wipe away the tears from all faces...for He himself has spoken it.' (Isaiah 25:8) https://www.jw.org/en/bible-teachings/questions/about-life-and-death/

Paulaina, , CT

Although I didn't know Vicky extremely well, I had known her for a number of years through my best friend, Susan Clay Howard. Vicky was always welcoming & genuinely happy to see me when I came home for a visit.. I was so thankful that on my last trip home (in April), Susan & I ran into Vicky & Susan Mcclelland in 1790. It was such a special night with lots of laughs - I am forever grateful that we had that night together. Rest now, sweet Vicky. Enjoy time with your folks! With Love, Margaret Daniels Reese

Margaret Daniels Reese, Cumming, GA

Although I didn't know Vicky extremely well, I had known her for a number of years through my best friend, Susan Clay Howard. Vicky was always welcoming & genuinely happy to see me when I came home for a visit.. I was so thankful that on my last trip home (in April), Susan & I ran into Vicky & Susan Mcclelland in 1790. It was such a special night with lots of laughs - I am forever grateful that we had that night together. Rest now, sweet Vicky. Enjoy time with your folks! With Love, Margaret Daniels Reese

Margaret Daniels Reese, Cumming, GA

Although I didn't know Vicky extremely well, I had known her for a number of years through my best friend, Susan Clay Howard. Vicky was always welcoming & genuinely happy to see me when I came home for a visit.. I was so thankful that on my last trip home (in April), Susan & I ran into Vicky & Susan Mcclelland in 1790. It was such a special night with lots of laughs - I am forever grateful that we had that night together. Rest now, sweet Vicky. Enjoy time with your folks! With Love, Margaret Daniels Reese

Margaret Daniels Reese, Cumming, GA

What a devastating loss. Vicky had a joyous and giving spirit, a friend to all! Years ago she gave up an evening off to treat my gaggle of young Girl Scouts to a very special carriage tour of Savannah. What a privilege to have known her.

Polly Burkhart , Winter Haven , FL

You were a bright shining light in this world... a true and loyal friend to all. I consider myself blessed to have known you, and the only comfort I find in this loss is knowing you are with your much beloved mother and father again.

, Savannah, Ga

Vicky you will be missed so very much. I remember when your father passed, I make you and your mom a lemon cake and that was the first time I got to talk with both of you. And it never stopped for 30+ years. May God give comfort to all of us friends (So Many) but I know you are with your mom and dad in heaven. Angels are glad to have someone they can laugh and drink a glass of wine with them. RIP my friend.

, Savannah, Ga

our earthly treasure is now our heavenly angel, no one could light up a room like Vicky...her infectious laugh, her genuine soul and kind spirit touched us all and she will be greatly missed..RIP my friend

Joe Driggers, Savannah, GA

I miss the Buckster so much. She was a dear friend. She always made me laugh to the point of tears flowing down my cheeks. She would talk about friends, cousins, college friends, Mountain Lake etc. You had to keep up or she would give the look. She had the memory like no other. Vicky Buck left me with so many great memories. I will miss her so much.

Patteeee Johnson, Savannah, GA

Prayers for comfort and healing to all that loved funny, sweet Vicky. Her presence lit up a room and her laughter was infectious. I am sure there was a joyous, blissful reunion in Heaven on Saturday. I can almost hear the angels laughing with you, Vicky.

Jody, Savannah , GA

You will be missed dearly my friend you were always there when I need help and a friend It was a pleasure to know you hopefully we will see each other again.

SANDY BREWER, TYBEE ISLAND AND TENNESSEE ,

Life will never be the same without you. Happy your home with Bob and Matile in heaven . Heartbroken you are gone.

Wendee Mitchell (Wendee Girl), Savannah, Ga

I worked with her some years ago @Old Savannah Tours and was one of the nicest person I came across always smiling and laughing about something. Ms Vicky job well done. Sleep In God's ever loving arms. Love ya girly.

Angel Drayton, Savannah, Ga

My sweet "Little Cindy Lu Who" you will be so dearly mourned. Your sweet and humorous nature and generosity of spirit gave a very special light to all who knew you. the world is less because of your passing. My condolences to all. Sue

Susan McWilliams, Mountain Lakes, NJ

Vic was one of a kind and one of my favorite people on earth! My heart is still breaking and I cannot believe we will never hear her voice and that laugh!!! I have so many awesome memories and I truly do not know anyone that is more loved than her by so, so many from all over. I am honored to be able to have called her a great friend and God really broke the mold when he made our sweet Vic!! I know that she is in Heaven with her mom and dad having a glass of wine loving that she is now our guardian angel! Daryl and I love you to Heaven and Back Vic!!

Jackie Edmonds, Fort Myers, FL,

RIP, sweet Vicky ? You will be missed by many.

Faye Allen, Savannah , GA

Vicky's beautiful smile and joyful laughter will be missed. With sympathy,love and prayers. Linda Cleary

Linda Cleary, Tybee Island, GA

Even though we will no longer get to see that sweet sweet smile of yours in this hard world, I know you are grinning ear to ear in that heavenly bye and bye! Till we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of His hand!!!

Denise Winn, Tybee Island, GA

I remember Vicky in college and was thrilled to reconnect with her on Facebook. Such a fun down to earth woman. My condolences to her family and friends.

Michelle Irby, Phoenix, AZ

What a ray of sunshine Vicky was. She will be missed by many. Love and prayers to family and friends,

Tootie Phillips, savannah, ga

Please accept my deepest condolences for the passing of Vicky. Vicky had a special light around her. She gave her all to Savannah and the community she loved. Through her light, she made the rest of us love Savannah and her even more. May you find comfort in the that same light. Lise Sundrla

Lise Sundrla, Beaufort, SC

Sure will miss her spirit. She was one of a kind for sure.

Jeff Youngblood, Savannah, Ga

I’ll miss you dear Vicky. Deepest sympathy to all who loved her.

Sydney Wade, Williamsport , PA

Vicky, you were a great cousin, we loved all your stories and your beautiful big personality. You will be missed greatly. With all our love, Don, Kathy, Rachel, Luis, Luna, Ryan, Kelsey, Madison, and Jason. xxoo

Don, Kathy Budge and Family, Brentwood, CA

My Vicki, I am without words which any who knew would not believe. My thoughts and prayers for your Kristin and the rest of your family. Fly high my dear sweet friend, secrets are all safe now.

Shannon Owens, Richmond Hill, GA

Vicki and her Mom sat in front of us at church for several years...then her sweet Mom passed away and now her sweet, sweet daughter will join her. She was always a bubbly ray of sunshine to all that knew her. Vicki will be missed by anyone who knew her! Our prayers are with her family and her many friends.

Diane and Kirby Willis, Savannah, GA

I'm sorry for your loss. Death is very painful to all of us. However we find comfort in Gods Word The Bible. I enjoy Isaiah 25:8 where Jehovah promises to do away with death. This scripture has brought many comfort. I hope it has brought you comfort as well

R.G, Savannah, Ga

We loved you and we will miss you. Give em’ hell in heaven.

Stacy Trickett and Jim Lucas , Savannah , Ga

What a bright star she will be.

Par Reed, Sav,

The world has lost a ray of sunshine. Rest in peace Vicky.

Alice Eldredge, Savannah, Ga

Whenever you I saw Vicky I was greeted by the biggest smile and the best hug! She was such an incredible person who always made people feel welcome. My thoughts and prayers to all of her family and friends.

Anne-Marie Jones, Savannah, GA

I, too, like so many others had the privilege to know Vicky for many years. I will always remember her infectious personality and laughter! She spread so much joy and kindness wherever she went. To Vicky's family and friends, I extend my deepest sympathy. May you find comfort knowing that everyone loved her and that she will be deeply missed.

Gerry Helmly, Savannah, GA

My sincere condolences to Vicky's family. She was a great supporter of Savannah and a good friend. We will truly miss her.

Marcie Hill, Savannah, GA

As a tour guide, a devoted friend of Savannah. As a friend, always a joy to be with. Vicki will be greatly missed.

Ardis Wood, Savannah, GA

My condolences to Vicky’s family and many friends. I’ve known Vicky since my move to Savannah from Charleston and she was one of the first people to truly welcome me as a friend. Her warmth and charm endeared me as I’m sure many , many others can attest. She was one of a kind and will surely be fondly remembered by the many people whose lives she touched. May you Rest In Peace

Bobby Barbee, Bluffton , SC

Vicky was not only my dear friend, but I always thought of her as a part of my family. She was a wonderful person who touched everyone that she met. She fought so hard when all the odds were against her. Rest in peace now and know that this world will never be the same without you. Your spirit will live on in all of us that loved you.

Susan Clay Howard, Savannah, Ga

My heartfelt condolences to this family and friends of Vicki’s. I did not know her as well as many but I enjoyed the times I shared with her and her friends. I know she will be missed greatly by ALL,

Claude Auerbach, Savannah, GA

Victoria Boykin Buck, 64, of Savannah, died June 9, 2018 at Hospice Savannah, after a year long battle with cancer. Gone too soon and a fighter until the end. Vicky was such a vivacious, incredible, intelligent and genuine person. Her charm and personality are the reason she had so many friends and if you knew Vicky you loved Vicky.

Vicky grew up in Mountain Lakes (ML), NJ, and attended ML schools from kindergarten through 12th grade. Vicky participated in intramural sports, the drama programs, and in high school she was part of the Girls Athletic Association annual show as a member of Blue Team tumbling and the tap squad. She was also an avid supporter of all the MLHS sports teams. Vicky attended Westbrook Junior College (Portland, ME), Arizona State University, and received her BBA with a focus on marketing from Savannah State University.

During her college years, she lived for a time in Menlo Park, CA, near her beloved Aunt Plum and cousin, David whom she absolutely adored. She loved to recall a fun memory. While working as a drive-up bank teller, her regular customer (usually on a motorcycle) was Apple founder, Steve Jobs.

With her roots in Savannah, Vicky settled there during college and began her career in sales and marketing in the travel business. In the early years she went to work and helped to start up the 1st carriage company in Savannah, Historic Savannah Carriage Tours as a horse and buggy tour guide. From 2001 to 2007, she was Director of Marketing for Old Savannah Tours. Vicky worked for the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce, Inc. as Membership Coordinator for 3 plus years from 2008 – 2012. Alongside of that, in 2009- 2012, she served as an Operations and Sales Coordinator for Tybee Island Tourism Council. Chamber management remembers her as, “A great representative for our destination, (Savannah) and through her warm and exuberant personality, generated huge exposure for Tybee Island through her years of experience and connections in the local, regional and state tourism community. Vicky possessed superior sales skills and had a natural ability to connect with individuals on a professional, social and emotional level. Many called her a friend”.

She resigned from the Chamber in the spring of 2012 to pursue her dream of becoming a certified professional group tour director and was accepted to the International Tour Management Institute in San Francisco for training. After attaining Tour Director Certification as a tour and travel professional, Vicky did contract marketing for the tourism and hospitality industries, capping off more than 25 years as a professional tour guide by providing tours in Washington, D.C. and New York City.

She was a member of several organizations, including the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce, the Savannah Downtown Business Association (SDBA) and the Tourism Leadership Council (TLC). She served the hospitality industry in numerous ways, including as a Chamber Ambassador, as a board member for the SDBA and as a board member and member of several committees for the TLC. In recognition of her outstanding contributions of consistent dedication, she was named Member of the Year by the Tourism Leadership Council in 2008. She also volunteered for the American Diabetes Association’s “Kiss a Pig campaign”.

Aside from her business travel, Vicky was often on the road visiting friends around the U.S., and she headed back to Mountain Lakes at every opportunity. She also blazed through Europe with her Mom before her Mom’s passing in 2010. In recent years, a spirited football fan, she followed the fortunes of the University of Georgia Bulldogs (of course) as well as her father's alma mater, the University of Illinois. Vicky looked forward to participating in an annual gathering of her high school girlfriends. These 3-4 day reunions renewed old friendships and created new memories among her New Jersey friends. Vicky also enjoyed going to visit her wonderful friends in Arizona and cousin in California. Her education in marketing and the hospitality industry took her many places in the world. She loved people and she loved to travel. She also had so many she called family in Savannah. Her “1790”/ downtown / Tybee family, as well as her very strong hospitality family, which through this last year have all now become forever bound together as friends. Vicky had that infectious way of bringing all together as one. She had a boisterous wonderful laugh and when she laughed you couldn't help but laugh with her. She was always the center of any gathering. She warmed any room and embraced everyone around her. She was a treasure and deep rooted (indescribable) in the hearts of all of her “Peeps”.

Vicky was predeceased by her parents, Robert D. and Mathilde Howard Buck, formerly of Savannah, and is survived by her sister in law, Barbara Evans of Savannah, niece and nephew, Mathilde Finke of Atlanta, and Trey Evans of Savannah, 1st cousins, David Budge of Laguna Niguel CA, Donald Budge of Brentwood CA, Douglas and Phillip Budge both of San Francisco CA. Brothers and sisters, Tony Alfonso, Ann Barton, LuLu Bergmark, Patricia & Roy Borden, Wanda Brooks, Betsey Bryant, Dann & Christina Bunn, Marcia Carrier, Sally Chambers, Becky & Edward Cohen, George & Ruth Cohen, Maggie Connors, Robbie & Missy Davis, Ronnie Davis, Patricia Finucci, Betty & Danny Furlong, Heyward Gignilliat, Dana & Tom Grenert, Rachel Guerra, Mark Helmkin, Lynnette Hendrix, Patty Herold, Susan Howard, Patti Johnson, Linda Klockner, Charlotte Land, Pam Lossing, Dean & Mike Lowe, Gail Lusk, Susan McCelland & Ron, Laura Miller, Wendee Mitchell, Lois & Bill Modell, Mary Mopper & Tom Exley, Carole Myrick, Kim O’Brien, Diane & Anthony Palliser, Tammy & Chris Ray, Rocky & Jane Reed, Susan Rivers, Louise Robertson, Janice & Bud Sauers, Kathy Simons, Tricia & Dixon Singleton, Jill Smith, LeLe Smith, Kathy Stoddard, Patti Ann Tyre, Tom & Evelyn Vaughn, Jane Waldner, Frankie Waters, Patty Williams, Joe Wilson, Skip Young. God Daughter, Robyn Palmer. Special niece, Erin Lowe. And that is just to name a few.

Visitation will be Thursday, June 21st, 2018 at Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. with a rosary recited at 7:00 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Friday, June 22nd, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Peter The Apostle Catholic Church on Wilmington Island.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Emory Winship Cancer Institute, 1365 Clifton Road, Atlanta, GA 30322, or to Hospice, Savannah, P.O. Box 13190, Savannah, GA 31416.

 

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May the friends and family of Ms. Buck find comfort in the Bible's promises that soon, "all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out" (John 5:28, 29), and "[God] will wipe out every tear from [our] eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore." (Revelation 21:3, 4). We can also rest assured that God 'will swallow up death forever, and He will wipe away the tears from all faces...for He himself has spoken it.' (Isaiah 25:8) https://www.jw.org/en/bible-teachings/questions/about-life-and-death/

Paulaina, , CT

Candle tribute lit by Sandra Sikes — Georgia

Although I didn't know Vicky extremely well, I had known her for a number of years through my best friend, Susan Clay Howard. Vicky was always welcoming & genuinely happy to see me when I came home for a visit.. I was so thankful that on my last trip home (in April), Susan & I ran into Vicky & Susan Mcclelland in 1790. It was such a special night with lots of laughs - I am forever grateful that we had that night together. Rest now, sweet Vicky. Enjoy time with your folks! With Love, Margaret Daniels Reese

Margaret Daniels Reese, Cumming, GA

Although I didn't know Vicky extremely well, I had known her for a number of years through my best friend, Susan Clay Howard. Vicky was always welcoming & genuinely happy to see me when I came home for a visit.. I was so thankful that on my last trip home (in April), Susan & I ran into Vicky & Susan Mcclelland in 1790. It was such a special night with lots of laughs - I am forever grateful that we had that night together. Rest now, sweet Vicky. Enjoy time with your folks! With Love, Margaret Daniels Reese

Margaret Daniels Reese, Cumming, GA

Although I didn't know Vicky extremely well, I had known her for a number of years through my best friend, Susan Clay Howard. Vicky was always welcoming & genuinely happy to see me when I came home for a visit.. I was so thankful that on my last trip home (in April), Susan & I ran into Vicky & Susan Mcclelland in 1790. It was such a special night with lots of laughs - I am forever grateful that we had that night together. Rest now, sweet Vicky. Enjoy time with your folks! With Love, Margaret Daniels Reese

Margaret Daniels Reese, Cumming, GA

What a devastating loss. Vicky had a joyous and giving spirit, a friend to all! Years ago she gave up an evening off to treat my gaggle of young Girl Scouts to a very special carriage tour of Savannah. What a privilege to have known her.

Polly Burkhart , Winter Haven , FL

You were a bright shining light in this world... a true and loyal friend to all. I consider myself blessed to have known you, and the only comfort I find in this loss is knowing you are with your much beloved mother and father again.

, Savannah, Ga

Candle tribute lit by Margaret Daniels Reese — Georgia

Vicky you will be missed so very much. I remember when your father passed, I make you and your mom a lemon cake and that was the first time I got to talk with both of you. And it never stopped for 30+ years. May God give comfort to all of us friends (So Many) but I know you are with your mom and dad in heaven. Angels are glad to have someone they can laugh and drink a glass of wine with them. RIP my friend.

, Savannah, Ga

our earthly treasure is now our heavenly angel, no one could light up a room like Vicky...her infectious laugh, her genuine soul and kind spirit touched us all and she will be greatly missed..RIP my friend

Joe Driggers, Savannah, GA

I miss the Buckster so much. She was a dear friend. She always made me laugh to the point of tears flowing down my cheeks. She would talk about friends, cousins, college friends, Mountain Lake etc. You had to keep up or she would give the look. She had the memory like no other. Vicky Buck left me with so many great memories. I will miss her so much.

Patteeee Johnson, Savannah, GA

Prayers for comfort and healing to all that loved funny, sweet Vicky. Her presence lit up a room and her laughter was infectious. I am sure there was a joyous, blissful reunion in Heaven on Saturday. I can almost hear the angels laughing with you, Vicky.

Jody, Savannah , GA

You will be missed dearly my friend you were always there when I need help and a friend It was a pleasure to know you hopefully we will see each other again.

SANDY BREWER, TYBEE ISLAND AND TENNESSEE ,

Life will never be the same without you. Happy your home with Bob and Matile in heaven . Heartbroken you are gone.

Wendee Mitchell (Wendee Girl), Savannah, Ga

I worked with her some years ago @Old Savannah Tours and was one of the nicest person I came across always smiling and laughing about something. Ms Vicky job well done. Sleep In God's ever loving arms. Love ya girly.

Angel Drayton, Savannah, Ga

Candle tribute lit by Susan Rivers — Georgia

My sweet "Little Cindy Lu Who" you will be so dearly mourned. Your sweet and humorous nature and generosity of spirit gave a very special light to all who knew you. the world is less because of your passing. My condolences to all. Sue

Susan McWilliams, Mountain Lakes, NJ

Vic was one of a kind and one of my favorite people on earth! My heart is still breaking and I cannot believe we will never hear her voice and that laugh!!! I have so many awesome memories and I truly do not know anyone that is more loved than her by so, so many from all over. I am honored to be able to have called her a great friend and God really broke the mold when he made our sweet Vic!! I know that she is in Heaven with her mom and dad having a glass of wine loving that she is now our guardian angel! Daryl and I love you to Heaven and Back Vic!!

Jackie Edmonds, Fort Myers, FL,

RIP, sweet Vicky ? You will be missed by many.

Faye Allen, Savannah , GA

Vicky's beautiful smile and joyful laughter will be missed. With sympathy,love and prayers. Linda Cleary

Linda Cleary, Tybee Island, GA

Even though we will no longer get to see that sweet sweet smile of yours in this hard world, I know you are grinning ear to ear in that heavenly bye and bye! Till we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of His hand!!!

Denise Winn, Tybee Island, GA

I remember Vicky in college and was thrilled to reconnect with her on Facebook. Such a fun down to earth woman. My condolences to her family and friends.

Michelle Irby, Phoenix, AZ

What a ray of sunshine Vicky was. She will be missed by many. Love and prayers to family and friends,

Tootie Phillips, savannah, ga

Please accept my deepest condolences for the passing of Vicky. Vicky had a special light around her. She gave her all to Savannah and the community she loved. Through her light, she made the rest of us love Savannah and her even more. May you find comfort in the that same light. Lise Sundrla

Lise Sundrla, Beaufort, SC

Sure will miss her spirit. She was one of a kind for sure.

Jeff Youngblood, Savannah, Ga

I’ll miss you dear Vicky. Deepest sympathy to all who loved her.

Sydney Wade, Williamsport , PA

Candle tribute lit by Sydney Wade — Pennsylvania

Vicky, you were a great cousin, we loved all your stories and your beautiful big personality. You will be missed greatly. With all our love, Don, Kathy, Rachel, Luis, Luna, Ryan, Kelsey, Madison, and Jason. xxoo

Don, Kathy Budge and Family, Brentwood, CA

My Vicki, I am without words which any who knew would not believe. My thoughts and prayers for your Kristin and the rest of your family. Fly high my dear sweet friend, secrets are all safe now.

Shannon Owens, Richmond Hill, GA

Vicki and her Mom sat in front of us at church for several years...then her sweet Mom passed away and now her sweet, sweet daughter will join her. She was always a bubbly ray of sunshine to all that knew her. Vicki will be missed by anyone who knew her! Our prayers are with her family and her many friends.

Diane and Kirby Willis, Savannah, GA

I'm sorry for your loss. Death is very painful to all of us. However we find comfort in Gods Word The Bible. I enjoy Isaiah 25:8 where Jehovah promises to do away with death. This scripture has brought many comfort. I hope it has brought you comfort as well

R.G, Savannah, Ga

We loved you and we will miss you. Give em’ hell in heaven.

Stacy Trickett and Jim Lucas , Savannah , Ga

What a bright star she will be.

Par Reed, Sav,

The world has lost a ray of sunshine. Rest in peace Vicky.

Alice Eldredge, Savannah, Ga

Whenever you I saw Vicky I was greeted by the biggest smile and the best hug! She was such an incredible person who always made people feel welcome. My thoughts and prayers to all of her family and friends.

Anne-Marie Jones, Savannah, GA

Candle tribute lit by Julie Ford Musselman — South Carolina

I, too, like so many others had the privilege to know Vicky for many years. I will always remember her infectious personality and laughter! She spread so much joy and kindness wherever she went. To Vicky's family and friends, I extend my deepest sympathy. May you find comfort knowing that everyone loved her and that she will be deeply missed.

Gerry Helmly, Savannah, GA

My sincere condolences to Vicky's family. She was a great supporter of Savannah and a good friend. We will truly miss her.

Marcie Hill, Savannah, GA

Candle tribute lit by Jenny Belmore — Georgia

As a tour guide, a devoted friend of Savannah. As a friend, always a joy to be with. Vicki will be greatly missed.

Ardis Wood, Savannah, GA

My condolences to Vicky’s family and many friends. I’ve known Vicky since my move to Savannah from Charleston and she was one of the first people to truly welcome me as a friend. Her warmth and charm endeared me as I’m sure many , many others can attest. She was one of a kind and will surely be fondly remembered by the many people whose lives she touched. May you Rest In Peace

Bobby Barbee, Bluffton , SC

Candle tribute lit by Pam Sauers — Georgia

Vicky was not only my dear friend, but I always thought of her as a part of my family. She was a wonderful person who touched everyone that she met. She fought so hard when all the odds were against her. Rest in peace now and know that this world will never be the same without you. Your spirit will live on in all of us that loved you.

Susan Clay Howard, Savannah, Ga

Candle tribute lit by Soucy Smith Tull — Georgia

Candle tribute lit by Claude Auerbach — Georgia

My heartfelt condolences to this family and friends of Vicki’s. I did not know her as well as many but I enjoyed the times I shared with her and her friends. I know she will be missed greatly by ALL,

Claude Auerbach, Savannah, GA

Candle tribute lit by Ann Savage — Georgia


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