Victoria "Vicki" Scheer

9 February, 194419 July, 2021

Victoria “Vicki” Scheer passed away peacefully on July 19, 2021 at Royal Inland Hospital, Kamloops, with family by her side. She will be lovingly remembered by her 4 daughters: Wanda Scheer, Michelle (Ron) Del Debbio, Paula (Steve) Wilkins and Marla (Scott) Trerice. Vicki is also survived by her 12 grandchildren: Jake (Laura), Kayla (Robert), Brandon (Christine), Brianne, Alayna (Austin), Ashley (Daniel), Damon, Emma, Helena, Violet, Kyle and Taylor; and 4 great-grandchildren: Isaac, Rhys, Bennett and Adalyn. Vicki was predeceased by her parents, Michael and Lena, brother Michael, sister Jean and her loving husband Robert. Vicki was an inspiration to all who knew her. She raised four strong and independent girls and always had candy or mints for her grandchildren. She was creative, was fond of puzzles, knitting and crocheting and was a lover of music with Elvis Presley being a favourite. She loved to observe people and took great joy in talking with those she cared about. Vicki left this world knowing she had completed her work here and has gone home in peace. She was loved and will be missed dearly by all who knew her. There will be no formal service, by request, but the family encourages you to do something kind for someone in Vicki’s honour.


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Victoria "Vicki" Scheer

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Rosemarie Van Tol

24 July 2021

Vicki was a great woman who always had a smile and laughter to share. Though we were different sizes she would pass some of her unwanted clothing onto me and I would sort thru the items and keep what fit! What a blessing as I hate shopping for clothes and some of hers always seemed to fit!
Everytime I saw her she would laugh and refer to me as Rosemary the herb instead of Rosemarie lol... she even gifted me a painted sign that said Rosemary and she laughed the entire time giving it to me.
Vicki was truly a funny lady!

Bill Benson

20 July 2021

We both started out life in Wabowden as youngsters then relocated to The Pas Vicki,s family moved ahead of mine. But I always had a second home to come to whenever I came to The Pas Her brother Mitch and I were lifelong friends and she was like a sister to me. When I pause to remember Vicki as a young kid then as teenagers time could never go fast enough for. all of us. Now in old age we pause and wonder where did the time go. As adults we all went in different directions now in later life memory’s of our past brings us back together again. We come to realize that a human life is but a moment of time on this planet earth. Time has gone by so quickly and now we must stop pause and remember how much our time on this planet has meant to each and all of us. This is a child hood friend that will be sadly missed for my remaining days

Bill Benson

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