Victoria Estes

2 octubre , 194919 junio , 2019

Victoria Young Estes, age 69, passed away June 19, 2019 in Jacksonville, Florida. Victoria was born on October 2, 1949 in Corbett, Oregon to Luther and Ellen Young. She was a member of Ortega Presbyterian Church. Victoria was a loving spouse, mother, and grandmother. She will deeply and sorely missed by all who knew and loved her.

Victoria is survived by her husband of 38 years, Clifton Estes; three daughters Angela Marcott (Mark), Melody Blythe, and Candace Faulkner (Tim Russell); and nine grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. at Ortega Presbyterian Church, 4406 Longfellow Street, Jacksonville, Florida 32210. The family will receive friends one hour prior beginning at 10:00 a.m.

HARDAGE-GIDDENS RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND FUNERAL, 7242 Normandy Boulevard, is serving the family.


  • Visitation martes, 25 junio , 2019
  • Funeral Service martes, 25 junio , 2019


Victoria Estes


Katherine Tryon

27 junio , 2019

Millie & Steve LeMaster

24 junio , 2019

My heart goes out to you and your family. You are in my prayers and I know that you know your mom is with her Father in Heaven and happy again.

Morgan Blythe

23 junio , 2019

There is no single memory for me to share. My grandmother was simply a part of my life. Over the years Christmas’s and birthdays blurred together. There are years I don’t recall a single moment that stood out between us. With Easter Sunday’s and Thanksgiving dinners. I am beyond thankful that I had the chance to have so many with a women that genuinely loved and cared for me. She always wanted to know things about my life. Not just how school was or anything trivial- she remembered each and every one of my interests growing up. I would call her and play songs that I learned in band, I showed her my art, I told her about the horses I would ride and every next time I saw her she would ask about the things that mattered to me. She remembered what I chose to share, and always wanted to see my growth. She supported me in the most positive way I’ve ever known, and it was simply how she lived. Genuine is a word not many people can live up to, but my grandmother genuinely cared about me. She cared about us, and she cared for every living person or creature. That is a love based on God. A faith that all that exists matters and it’s a lesson I learned every holiday season or random drop in. In the years to come it’s what I’ll remember. The way she started every little conversation, that seemed so minute but meant so much, with “So Morgan~” and off we would go. My conversations with my grandmother are something I’ll miss. The specific feeling I would get sitting down with her and relaxing back in a big, puffy chair and sharing all that I could with her.
That feeling will never be forgotten. It will always be the gift she truly gave me, along with an understanding of how a person can be so strong and so gentle. To say I’ll miss her is an understatement, but I find comfort in knowing that she is peaceful and watching over me. I can still share all that I want with her.

Kathy Collins

23 junio , 2019

Sorry for your loss. She was a great and beautiful person . She sorely will be missed by all. She is in heaven with loved one who have passed before.

Patty Magee

23 junio , 2019

Words are inadequate at a time like this, but the heart knows what the heart knows. I have known Vicki for many years and our engagements have never been less than a pleasant experience. Her sweet smile always lead the way to loving kindness and a genuine friendship. I’m sending my love and prayers to each member of her family. May they have comfort in their hearts.

Sondi Sorrells

22 junio , 2019

Candi, I'm sorry I didnt get to meet your mother but for one brief second, but I can only imagine that she was a wonderful person. I can tell this by the loving, caring person you are and from the love of her you have shared with me in just the short time I've known. Sending my sympathy and condolences to you and your family.
Love you, Sondi Sorrells.

Kathy Allen-Kirkland

22 junio , 2019

It's so hard to know what to say at these times, but yet there is so much I really want to say. I loved Vickie so much. I considered her a saint on earth. Always willing to help others. We had some really fun times together. I wish that I could have come to see her more, but without a car, it's difficult and when I knew her health was failing, I wondered if she was able to accept company. My love and prayers are with you and the family. Please let me know if there's anything I can do. Tori and I are planning to visit and/or go to the memorial. Let me know if there's anything you need. Love to you all.