Vicki L. Wilcox Walker
Vicki L. Wilcox Walker, 41 of Maine Blvd., East Liverpool, OH died on Thursday, January 13, 2011 at Cleveland Clinic following complications from surgery. She was born in East Liverpool, OH on September 16, 1969 and was a daughter of the late Robert L. and Judy L. Pearson Wilcox.
Living her entire life in this area, she was a Home Health Aide for Loving Care. She was a 1987 graduate of East Liverpool High School, earned her Associates Degree in Criminal Justice from Kent State University-East Liverpool Campus and was a member of the LaCroft Church of the Nazarene.
She is survived by her husband: Vincine B. Walker, Jr.; two sons: Raymond N. and William Bill Salmons, both of East Liverpool; one daughter: Victoria L. Salmons of Cameron, WV; two brothers: Alan L. Wilcox of Lisbon, OH and John F. Wilcox of East Liverpool as well as one sister: Jackie McDowell of East Liverpool.
A private family service will be held at the convenience of the family.
Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery, Wellsville, OH.
The Wellsville Chapel of the Martin MacLean Altmeyer Funeral Homes is in charge of the arrangements.
Family & friends may help the family by making a contribution to the funeral home.
I’m so sorry for your loss. I first met Vicki in the early 80’s when she was a teenager at Lacroft Nazarene Church & my husband & I were in charge of the teens. She was always faithful to our youth group. She had a great smile & contaigous laugh. She would get the giggles & there was no stopping her from laughing. I stayed in touch with her when she got married & had children. Then her children especially Tori attended our church. The last time I saw her in church was a couple of years ago on Christmas eve. I would see her out & about in later years & we would chat. We always exchanged Christmas cards & pictures of our family & kept up with news about one another. She was really proud of her kids & they were her life. She always told me she hoped her health would improve so she could once again come to church. I will always remember her fondly. You are in our prayers.
I’ve known Vicki since high school. We went to Cosmetology together, rode the same bus, lived in the same neighborhood. And the thing I remember the most about her she always had the ability to make me laugh. No matter what was happening she could get me laughing….sometimes hysterically!! Over the years we’ve kept in touch through letters and cards, always talking about our kids, families, and our crazy times. And even after all these years…I would be having a bad day and go home from work and there would be a card or letter from her in the mail….just when I needed it….as if she knew somehow. I will miss my friend….she was a very special person. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.
Vicki, was a women who had the heart of gold. Always willing to help out a friend in need, placing their needs above her own. A true angel that will be forever missed. Not only by her daughter, Victoria, her two sons, Bill and Raymond, and her many friends. But she will be truly and forever be missed by me, her husband, Vencine Walker. May God Bless Her and May Vicki rest in Peace.