Vicki J. Nau
December 16, 1950 – April 27, 2019
VICKI J NAU, 68
Vicki J. Nau, 68, died April 27, 2019, with her family by her side in Pontiac, MI.
Ms. Nau attended Pontiac Northern High School. She was a line worker at General Motors and devoted much of her time and energy as a caregiver to her cognitively impaired brother. She was married to Gail Nau for 20 years and they were active members of Pontiac Missionary Church. Her interests included family, gardening, reading and helping others. She was a true treasure that touched everyone in her path.
Vicki was survived by her daughter, Staci Sessions and her husband David, her son John Lipscomb and wife Mary, her two granddaughters Rachel and Lauren Hubert and Grandson Evan Lipscom, her sister Connie Reitano and her husband Randy, brother Louie Miller and her sister and brother in Christ, Maryanne and Dennis Warren. She was preceded in death by her husband Gail.
Vicki made an impact on this world. She had the largest heart, giving spirit and comforting nature. She is now at peace and can now walk, run and dance. Mom you have earned your angel wings.
A visitation service will be held Tuesday, April 30 from 4-8pm at Pixley Funeral Home, 3530 Auburn Rd, Auburn Hills MI 48326. The funeral service will be held Wednesday, May 1, 2019 at 12PM at the funeral home with visitation beginning at 11AM.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Vicki's honor can be made to:
The Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation 636 Morris Turnpike, Ste. A Short Hills, NJ 07078
- Gail Nau, Husband
- Staci (David) Sessions, Daughter
- John (Mary) Lipscomb, Grandson
- Rachel Hubert, Granddaughter
- Lauren Hubert, Granddaughter
- Evan Lipscom, Grandson
- Connie (Randy) Reitano, Sister
- Louie Miller, Brother
- Maryanne and Dennis Warren, Sister and Brother in Christ
- Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation
- Visitation Tuesday, April 30, 2019
- Visitation Wednesday, May 1, 2019
- Funeral Service Wednesday, May 1, 2019
Vicki J. Nau
April 29, 2019
I was a singer at Viki's church for a long time and Viki loved the song's
Are you washed in the blood and
God on the mountain , I always enjoyed her excitement whenever I sang these songs just seeing her arms raised in the air praising the Lord
and happily singing along .
I'm going to miss Viki but I know her suffering is over and she's pain free and happy as she's joined the love of her life Gail her husband and
our Lord and Savior . Love you Viki