OBITUARY

Vivian Kaye Porter

September 10, 1968November 4, 2018

Vivian (Vickie) Huddle Porter, age 50, passed away peacefully on Sunday, November 4, 2018 after a long battle with cancer. She was surrounded by her family.

She was born on September 10, 1968 in Detroit, Michigan to Dan and the late Kaye Huddle.

She married the love of her life, Donald Porter, on April 28, 2018 after being together for 19 years. Vickie was a very generous and giving person who always wanted to make sure people were taken care of. She was a very special person who loved to celebrate life through games, food and laughter.

Vickie is survived by her husband Donald, her father Dan (Bobbie) Huddle, two sisters, Julie Weaver and Kim (Mark) Davenport, three nephews, Daniel Weaver, Avery and Hayden Davenport, one niece, Lauren Weaver, several aunts, uncles and cousins as well as her Armstrong Relocation family.

In lieu of flowers, any donations can be made to ovarian.org.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

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REMEMBERING

Vivian Kaye Porter

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Dan Huddle

November 9, 2018

Vickie will be missed by everyone. Vick was my middle daughter and was a very strong willed child and woman. This has been by the hardest thing I have had to go through. Fathers are not supposed to live longer than their children.life is very short, love your children and family. Learn to forgive and love each other. Death seems to make one think of "I only wish I had done this or that". Love every minute of your life and cherrish every second . GOD HAD VICKIE IN HAS ARMS NOW, LOVE YOY FOREVER, Dad

Dawn Porter

November 9, 2018

Vicky was the sweetest most unselfish person I know. She put others ahead of herself all the time. I came to enjoy our Thanksgiving trips to Donald and Vicky's. She went beyond being a good host. Her voice and laugh would fill a room. I can hear her say Donald! at one of his silly remarks that always made being around them fun. Walking into her and Donald's house last Friday was hard at first. I immediately began to cry because it was missing Vicky. Just last November we went to Nashville the day after Thanksgiving. It was the best time I ever had. Except for their wedding of course. I'm so glad she got to have her wedding. We are here for you Donald. Vicky may be gone but never forgotten. We love you and we love Vicky.

Joe Vetzel

November 5, 2018

Vickie lived by the motto...anything worth doing is worth doing in excess....
She found out that one of my favorite candies was peanut butter M&M's bam!!!
The next day I had a 5 lbs. bag of them.
Biggest laugh ,warmest smile....we will miss you, You are forever in our hearts.

FROM THE FAMILY