OBITUARY

Vicki Saltzman

September 4, 1952February 4, 2021

Vicki Saltzman was born September 4, 1952 in Los Angeles at City of Angels hospital she passed on February 4, 2021 at Downtown Disney Anaheim California. She was only 68 years old.

Vicki leaves behind two sister and two brothers, multiple nieces and nephews and many cousins. Vicki was particularly close to Ian Powers she was a second mother to him and their love is timeless with no barriers.

Vicki was a happy child and young adult she was very involved in girl scouts and USY a Jewish Organization in the San Fernando Valley she was a member of Temple VJCC and became a camp counselor.

Vicki attended UCLA she worked her way through college receiving no help from family or student loans. She went on to become an accountant then a CFO for various companies before starting her own business.

Vicki joined a miniature club and was an incredibly talented miniaturist she loved working on crafts of all kinds and made many lifelong friends in the process.

Vicki loved all things Disney. Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure and Downtown Disney were her favorite places to go, in a sad way it was a blessing that she died in “her happy place”.

SAVE THE DATE

A CELEBRATION OF LIFE IS BRING PLANNED FOR SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 4TH, 2021

SINCE COVID HAS SEVERLY LIMITED THE NUMER OF GUESTS BEING ALLOWED AT THE SERVICE WE ARE PLANNING A BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION IN VICKI’S HONOR

PLEASE RSVP TO JANICE NO LATER THAN AUGUST 15, 2021

949-697-4063

ADDRESS WILL BE GIVEN UPON RSVP

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Sean Bexton

February 19, 2021

I was lucky enough to share Christmas cards with Vicki. She has a vibrant soul and I’m heartbroken that she’s left us so soon. I understand you and God speed Vicki. We’ll meet beyond the entrance.

Mark Scheurich

February 19, 2021

Though I never met Vicky in person, I know she loved Disney and the Fresh Baked YouTube channel about her favorite place. She joined our group on Facebook 3 years ago and has always been a great member, sharing her love of Fresh Baked and Disney. The Fresh Baked NSA group will miss her posts and send our deepest condolences to all of her loved ones in these hard times.

susan Wojcik

February 17, 2021

Janice, Ian, and family,

We are thinking of you and know that you are missing Vicki. We hope the days become easier as time goes by..
.With thoughts and prayers for you on this sad loss of your beloved sister and aunt.

Love, Sue and Mike Wojcik

Kim Brooks

February 17, 2021

I’m so grateful to have had a dear friend like Vicki. Janice and I have been Best friends since the mid 80’s and I was fortunate enough to become friends with Vicki as well. So many Disney trips, shopping trips, lunches and teas with these beautiful Sisters. Vicki treated me like a sister and I’ll hold these happy memories close to my heart forever.
I love you Vicki

Pat (& Butch) MacGregor

February 17, 2021

Vicki encouraged me to get an annual Disney pass, so on my 50th birthday we went to spend my birthday together! Thank you Vicki for that day. That was 2001!

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Biography

Vicki Saltzman was born September 4, 1952 in Los Angeles at City of Angels hospital she passed on February 4, 2021 at Downtown Disney Anaheim California. She was only 68 years old.

Vicki leaves behind two sister and two brothers, multiple nieces and nephews and many cousins. Vicki was particularly close to Ian Powers she was a second mother to him and their love is timeless with no barriers.

Vicki was a happy child and young adult she was very involved in girl scouts and USY a Jewish Organization in the San Fernando Valley she was a member of Temple VJCC and became a camp counselor.

Vicki attended UCLA she worked her way through college receiving no help from family or student loans. She went on to become an accountant then a CFO for various companies before starting her own business.

Vicki joined a miniature club and was an incredibly talented miniaturist she loved working on crafts of all kinds and made many lifelong friends in the process.

Vicki loved all things Disney. Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure and Downtown Disney were her favorite places to go, in a sad way it was a blessing that she died in “her happy place”.

SAVE THE DATE

A CELEBRATION OF LIFE IS BRING PLANNED FOR SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 4TH, 2021

SINCE COVID HAS SEVERLY LIMITED THE NUMER OF GUESTS BEING ALLOWED AT THE SERVICE WE ARE PLANNING A BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION IN VICKI’S HONOR

PLEASE RSVP TO JANICE NO LATER THAN AUGUST 15, 2021

949-697-4063

ADDRESS WILL BE GIVEN UPON RSVP