Vickey Sue Morrow

October 31, 1955December 31, 2018

Vickey Sue Morrow was born on October 31, 1955 and passed away on December 31, 2018.


  • A Gathering of Family and Friends Friday, January 25, 2019
  • Memorial Service Friday, January 25, 2019

Vickey Sue Morrow

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Samantha Irwin

January 25, 2019

Vicki, You will be truly missed and forever loved in my heart. I remember you always smiling and laughing. I am deeply saddened by your departing. Love always, Samantha

Patricia Morrow

January 25, 2019

Well my heart is broken , it is still a shock to me that u r gone . Growing up with u was wonderful i remenber MOM gave all us a chore to do Vickie was aways the bathroom which she didn't mind at all , and i remenber and old lady that lived across the street would have her go to the store for her and. Have Vickie make Jello for her and put it in the windows to drink to make her nails long. Wow she showed VICKIE her nails and remembering she came home and told us all about laughing her head off i can still hear her laughter now !! She would always b there to help my girls out expelly ANGELA with being there to watch my grandkids that loved her so.. So... Much and always will !! VICKIE u will b missed by so many expelly the people u came in contract with. I LOVE U !! U WILL ALWAYS B IN MY HEART đź’—đź’—đź’ť

Angela Caupp

January 25, 2019

When I was a little girl. I remember being with Vickey a lot, so was some of my cousin. I remember her driving an hour every weekend. Just to come get me. We always did something fun. For starters for the hour drive back to her house we would sing our hearts out to Celine Dion and meatloaf. We would alway stop at McDonald’s for dinner and then go shopping. Vickey took us kids everywhere from Kings island to Tennessee. She loved to travel. I wouldn’t have done half of the cool things if it wasn’t for her. Vickey had such a big heart and loved her family so much. She never had kids of her own, but in her eyes we all were her kids. She never asked for to much from any of us and didn’t expect anything ether. She will forever be in my heart and I will miss her every day. I love you aunt Vickey.

Terry Randolph

January 8, 2019

Dearest friend Vickey. We had many good times growing up in the neighborhood. Cleveland Elementary, Belmont High School. The fun we had and the memories we created. I will never forget my favorite memory when you came to visit me in the Navy in Norfolk, Virginia and visited the ship I was stationed on. When you looked at the Officer of the Day and said "nice boat" and he corrected you with a grin and said "mame this is a ship" you replies "oh my"! May you sleep well my friend. Your friend forever Terry Randolph.

Donna Mencfeldowski

January 6, 2019

In loving memory of my dear sister Vickey, I will miss you greatly.I am so greatful to have you as a sister. I am glad we shared in recent weekly talks and the hope you gave me during and after my cancer diagnoses. It helped tremendously. I cherish the time we went to see princess Diana’s items at the art museum in Dayton. You gave me a teacup and saucer that I will always cherish in remembrance of you.
I just wish we have had more time . I will miss you every day, you are forever in my heart. In the end we’ll all become stories for others we care about to share.
MayGod bless you , may the angels be there always.
The Lords Prayer is for all of us!

Love, your older sister, Donna