OBITUARY

Vickie Revonda (Shuck) Kirk

15 January, 196023 April, 2021

Vickie Revonda Kirk (Shuck)

Born Jan. 15th, 1960, daughter to Bobby Shuck and Eva McKinney (Akers). Survived by her husband Danny, 3 sons, Christopher, Shawn, Andy, 3 sisters Wanda, Becky, and Kimberly, grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.

Vickie's early life was surrounded by memories of her brother (Tommy Shuck) and other family and friends. Racing, driving vehicles off cliffs, building her cabin in the woods, and as a small girl walking to church where she learned about her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Many memories and many stories (if you would like to know some, just ask her grandchildren). It was not long until Danny came into her life, that first time tossing a pizza on top of her car, the man she would marry, have children with, and build a life with over the next 43 years. Fast forward many years you will see Vickie raising her kids and spending time with her husband. She worked for a short time at the Post Office in Shady Spring WV while her kids where in school, something to do to pass time when she was not at home planting flowers, cleaning, cooking, and helping Danny to build the family business "Kirk Work". Vickie was always a petite lady usually always under 100lbs, she faced bone diseases such as fibromyalgia, degenerative disk disease and others. The cold winters in West Virginia caused her great pain and discomfort. Having family in North Carolina and warmer weather the family moved to Lenoir. Vickie worked as a seamstress for many years until her hands just could not handle sewing any more. She retired. After this Vickie found her greatest passion in this life (other than her Grandchildren of course) The Bus Ministry. Vickie's body ached and had severe pain, until that first Saturday when she went out to visit kids and ask them to get on a bus and come to Church. Her pain vanished, and she worked the bus route (always pain free on those Saturday Visitations!) for close to 15 years! On an average Sunday she would bring 40+ kids and on a high Sunday over 100! Seeing many lives changed Vickie loved the bus ministry. She taught a Sunday school class and helped in the Junior Church. Her true passion was helping kids.

From her son Shawn Kirk - Mama, I will forever miss you. You have always been my rock and you have boosted me up in every one of my low points. You were always a call away when I needed you the most. As I sit here, I just cannot fathom not being able to call you and talk about why I hurt so bad. We would sit and talk about the pain until it would shrink into a distant memory. As soon as we say our loving goodbye's, I instantly feel like I am three years old again, in your arms, and with a great big warm hug, all would instantly be better.... You will forever be missed. I will always love you mom.

From her son Andy Kirk - People have always told me that I "took after" my mom. My first memories all place me being with her. When she needed to run to the store, I went, when she needed gas, I was there, no school, I was at the post office with her, even when she had to go out of state to for a family emergency and dad could not go, I went. My dad always took care of us, the provider, always working but dad always made time for us come the weekends. On Saturdays I have many memories of being in the woods on an ATV my mom driving and me riding with her. My dad and brother on other ATVs leading the way. Or us being on the boat and in the water, always spending time together but I was always with my mom. That one time when we were on a float in the ocean and we both woke up several hundred feet off the coast, yes, I was with my mom then too. Many loving years passed, and I always stuck by her side. My closest friends always called my mom, mom that is just how she was, she was like their mom as well. Eventually I started my own family, and up until the time my kids started school, my wife, my kids, and I always ate dinner with my mom and dad. We did not have much at the beginning of our marriage and my mom made it a point to make sure we were all well taken care of, she never asked for anything in return. Every vacation that we would plan, we planned them with my mom we took her and Dad everywhere we went. My mom loved warm weather, she loved being at the beach and I did all I could to get her there as often as possible. I just wanted to spend time with Mom & Dad, and my kids could not stand to be apart from them. My mom was a saved Christian, leading as many kids to Christ as she possibly could. I know my mom went home to be with her Lord, she opened the doors to her mansion and took a shouting fit! I miss my mom, but I have great peace knowing I will see her again soon.

A memorial service will be held at 3:00 pm on Thursday, April 29, 2021 at the Shinning Light Baptist Church in Valdese.

Kirksey Funeral Home of Morganton has the honor of serving the family.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Thursday, 29 April , 2021

Memories

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Kimberly Shuck persinger

28 April 2021

I remember us going to get these made together u are my other big sister I can remember coming down to spend the summer with you and Shawn took me to bed a bear work shop and me and Andy went to go eat we wanted to go to a party but he said mom would kill me if we went so we just went back to your house and played games and played on the computer and me and you tanned together I can even remember me and Danny getting into it and calling me a spoiled brat but any way I know you are up in. Heaven with dad and mom and your mom and Tommy and your other niece heaven yall are probley dancing and singing randy travis or George Jones I will always love you you will be missed and never forgotten love Kimberly and jd and felicia persinger your other niece love you Vickie πŸ˜β€πŸ’–πŸ’•β™₯πŸ’™πŸ˜

Corey Hensley

27 April 2021

Hey miss vikki this is Corey i will miss you I also will miss your hugs I used to get from you I cried when mom told me you passed I asked her why? And she said son jesus called her home so she don't have to suffer anymore now she's walking the streets of gold I love you like jesus does i do remember the bible verse you told me about John 3:16 For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son forever shall believeth in him shall not perish but have an everlasting life I am gonna miss you and I also am gonna miss eating pizza but thanks to you I know how to pray now

Delores Hairr

25 April 2021

I always looked forward to being with Vicki and Danny when they came to the beach. We had many wonderful times together. Vicki always had a smile on her face even if she was in pain.
You immediately knew she loved God and her family.
She always talked about her bus ministry. Even her car was witness for God.
I will miss her deeply but I know I will see her in Heaven.
She will always be in my thoughts.
Prayers for Danny and the family.

Ben Burch

25 April 2021

I loved Mrs.Vikki I met her at church when I was 7 years old she was one of the nicest women I ever did meet she would help anybody if she had it so did you she was always happy and at church every week with a bus full of kids I rode her bus for many years before I started driving she taught my younger brother in Sunday school and taught him about the Lord she was just amazing all the way around will miss her I'm honored to be able to share many memories riding the bus with her

Eric Harrold

25 April 2021

I can't believe that this day has come! I met Vickie when I met her son Andy, spent one night over and I was apart of the family she was like a mom to me! I remember all good memories only bad ones was when me and Andy would be to loud, they had to get onto us. She loved her family and friends ❀ she love to see all of us smile and laugh πŸ˜„ she always wanted the best for us all..always telling us right from wrong..Im gonna miss you so much I know we all will see you soon !! Til we meet again love you Vickie "Mom" 😘

Jessica Burch

25 April 2021

I remember the 1st time is saw you you and danny welcomed me into your home with open arms I also remeber the times you helped me out when I needed it I loved getting me and my boys up and ready to go to church on sundays because I knew we was loved by you because we rode your bus faithfully for years and I got into calling you mom and corey loved being in your sunday school class he told me all the time he loved you he cried when I told him you passed I'll be forever greatful for all you did for my family I will also cherish the memories I have of you taking me to buy ingrdients for your homemade peanut butter fudge that was my favorite Christmas present from you every year and I know all those bus kids will never forget the kidness you had in your heart for them either I love you mom kirk

Janie Lowry

25 April 2021

Vickie you are one of the sweetest lady I have met. I will never forget how sweet you are. I know Jesus has welcomed you with open arms. I will see you up there one day. You were so amazing with those children at church and I bet they will never forget you. I sure won’t. Love you girl. Rest easy

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