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Betty Jean Vickers

October 11, 1926June 28, 2021

Betty Vickers of Montgomery, West Virginia passed away quietly in Winchester, VA on June 28th, in her 94th year. Betty was the beloved wife of the late Marine Corp Master Sergeant Charles Vickers, much loved mother of Vickie Gidley of Richmond, VA, Patti Robertson, Vienna, VA, Jimmy Vickers (deceased) and Sharon Shannon, Front Royal, VA. She is the cherished grandmother of Virginia Cram and Ken Robertson. Great grandmother of Trae Cram, Aiden Cram and Chase Cram. Betty lived a full life as a wonderful mother, homemaker, and disciple of Christ. Most of all she loved and cherished her family and family traditions. She instilled in her children and grandchildren those strong values and traditions that have served them well. She will be dearly missed and forever in our hearts. A memorial service and celebration of Betty’s life will be held at Vienna Presbyterian Church in Vienna, Virginia on July 13th at 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers please make donations if you wish to the Blue Ridge Hospice in Winchester, VA https://brhospice.org/donate/.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Tuesday, July 13, 2021

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Betty Jean Vickers

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Sharon Walker

July 5, 2021

Best and loving wishes to Miss Betty's family. I'll always remember her as a spirited, delightful advocate for Arlington Forest UMC and its flock of Christians. When she was able -- not that long ago -- she welcomed people into the sanctuary on Sundays. She was happy to engage in conversation with friends and strangers during our after church fellowship gatherings. I will miss her, but look forward to meeting up in heaven.

Nilse Furtado-Gilliam

July 1, 2021

I am praying for your family! May the Holy Spirit comfort you as you think about the life she lived and the impact she made in her family and in her community.

Lurena Rice

July 1, 2021

Pattie and Sharon,
I am so sad about your mom's passing. Betty was a good friend and fellow church member. I took over as Worship Chair when she stepped down. I always looked to her for advice. I have such neat memories of her birthday party at Olive Garden when she turned 90. May Betty rest in peace - she will always be remembered.