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Victoria M.
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January 7, 1947 – January 15, 2019

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Condolence From: Cheryl Fox Jackson
Condolence: I met Vickie in the eight grade and we became lifelong friends. She was smart, brave, funny and kind then and remained that way always. Although I left Bellefonte decades ago, any trip home to visit my parents included a visit with Vickie. In later years it was fun to meet up with the “Bellefonte Girls” for trips to London, LasVegas, New York and especially Cambridge, Maryland. We enjoyed a lot of laughter through the years! My sincere condolences to Vickie’s sons, dad, and sisters. Vickie was one of a kind and will be missed by many.
Monday January 28, 2019
Condolence From: Elda Mulfinger
Condolence: Barb I just learned of your sister Vickie’s passing and I wanted to tell how sorry I am for you and your family’s loss. I remember her in high school and I always admired her joyful spirit and humor. Vickie graduated with my sister and I can remember a few antics they participated in. My sister has been gone for almost 15 years so I understand how you must be feeling. I will pray for you and your family that your memories will help you to heal.
Saturday January 26, 2019
Condolence From: Rebecca Mahony
Condolence: Vicky became a friend back in the 90,s.She did my Mother's hair at Mt Nittany Residences for years, Mother loved her style.She and her Dad Ed did some local craft shows and helped me get started doing craft shows too.Her Dad made a blanket chest and had me paint many scenes and objects on it. All Vicky,s favorite things and places, he gave to her on her birthday.A few years ago we discovered we were both living in the Bellefonte Graystone apartment building, after not seeing each other for years. She shared her family news and her love of her kids and grandchildren, and her trips with her friends.She had such a strong, positive attitude on life, through all the years of her illness. A Great Positive Spirit !
Friday January 18, 2019
Condolence From: Glenda Zook
Condolence: Vickie was my dear friend who shared the love of cooking, baking, Hallmark and Lifetime movies and magazines. I would share my magazines with her and then she would take them to her beauty shop for the "ladies" to enjoy. I am blessed to be one of the "Bellefonte Girls" who have shared so many good times together. We have so many memories of the wonderful trips and places we visited. Lots of laughs, some at my expense, but out of love. It is hard to believe she is gone but we will never forget her and the courage she had to fight the cancer that would take her away from her family and friends. It was an honor to be your friend. Hugs Forever!
Friday January 18, 2019
Condolence From: Judy Mitchell
Condolence: Thank you to Vickie's family for making me feel like I was part of their extended family. Vickie and I have been best friends since 3rd grade. We could only think of two times we ever had a disagreement. And, to be honest, we never could remember what it was about! I already miss our daily phone call. The "Bellefonte Girls" will never forget her courage and attitude towards life. Heaven just received a beautiful angel .

Thursday January 17, 2019
Condolence From: Bonnie Leathers
Condolence: Vickie was an inspiration to all of us in how she confronted adversity. She handled her illness with steadfast courage and humor. On one occasion of our many trips with the "Bellefonte Girls", she had seated herself in the chair next to me wearing her bathrobe minus her wig. I looked at her and said I thought for a moment I was sitting next to the Dalai Lama. She just laughed. One thing she was adamant about was not allowing us to baby her or treat her any different than the rest of us. She worked at the Bellefonte School District's Benner Elementary School for years and I doubt she ever missed a day because of her illness. I will miss her immensely but will concentrate on the many years we were able to share.
Wednesday January 16, 2019
Thursday January 17, 2019
Condolence From: Marge Paolicelli
Condolence: Kate, I am so sorry to hear of Vickie’s passing. You and your families are in my thoughts and prayers.
Rest In Peace, Vickie. You will live on in memories of happy times.
Marjorie (Capparelle) Paolicelli
Thursday January 17, 2019
Condolence From: sylvia perryman
Condolence: Vickie will indeed be missed. I went to school with Vickie, I can remember her laugh. She was in my thoughts and prayers, but God had other plans for Vickie. May God send his angels to comfort us all on the loss of Vickie.
Thursday January 17, 2019
Condolence From: Bonnie Leathers
Condolence: Vckie was an inspiration to all of us in how she confronted adversity. She handled her illness with steadfast courage and humor. On one occasion of our many trips with the "Bellefonte Girls", she had seated herself in the chair next to me wearing her bathrobe minus her wig. I looked at her and said I thought for a moment I was sitting next to the Dalai Lama. She just laughed. One thing she was adamant about was not allowing us to baby her or treat her any different than the rest of us. She worked at the Bellefonte School District's Benner Elementary School for years and I doubt she ever missed a day because of her illness. I will miss her immensely but will concentrate on the many years we were able to share.
Wednesday January 16, 2019
Condolence From: Melissa Moerschbacher Fulton
Condolence: Vickie was the heart and soul of the "Bellefonte Girls". We will not be the same without her but we will continue to celebrate her life by continuing to do all the things we enjoyed doing together...this would be her wish. We all have been so blessed to share our lives which started in beautiful Bellefonte where we were surrounded by loving family and friends. The freedom we were given growing up led to many adventures we will never forget. Vickie continues to be an inspiration to each of us who watched her bravely confront her illness throughout the years. She was a wonderful friend and human being who will be greatly missed. Rest in peace, dearest Vic.
Wednesday January 16, 2019

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