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Anderson Funeral Home

1357 E. 2Nd St., Franklin, OH

OBITUARY

Vicki Turner Alvey

August 10, 1953October 12, 2019

Vicki Turner Alvey Sportelli, of Middletown, Ohio, passed away on October 12, 2019 at the age of 66. She was born on August 10, 1953 to the late Greenberry and Minnie Turner.

Vicki is survived by her husband John Sportelli of 19 years; her daughter Schuyler Alvey; brothers Barry (Bettty) Turner and Billy (Carolyn) Turner; nephews Victor Turner and Kenneth Turner; and niece Shawn Turner McAtee. She is preceded in death by her first husband David Alvey.

She was a member of Rose Chapel Baptist Church. Funeral services for Vicki will be held on at 12 pm Thursday, October 17, 2019 at Anderson Funeral Home in Franklin, officiated by Sammy Vanhoose. A visitation will be held prior to service on October 17, 2019 at 10 am at the funeral home.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, October 17, 2019
  • Funeral Ceremony Thursday, October 17, 2019
  • Burial Thursday, October 17, 2019

Memories

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Betty Turner

October 16, 2019

One of the fondest memories we have of Vicki was Dec 15, 2018, the Christmas Dinner at Golden Coral. With failing health, the Annual Family Christmas Dinner, always hosted by John and Vicki, just got to be too much for her to do. When asked if we could get together at a restaurant just to have a few hours of fun and relaxation, she readily agreed. Though we only had one year of what was to become a tradition, the memories we made will last forever and we will cherish in our heart. Betty

At a young age, I became a big brother. As siblings do, we fought, we made up, loved each other for a short time, and fought again. Before long, it became a tradition that spanned the space of many years. But, nobody else better attack us. We became a team, especially after the birth of our little brother, Billy Joe. So, with sadness today, little sister Vicki, Little Billie Joe and I must say not goodbye, but so long. I know, just as we hate to see the team separate, so did you. But, we know that God called you to be an Angel in His Heavenly Choir. And someday soon we will join you, not to fight, love , fight, but to Rejoice, Rejoice, Rejoice. Whether it be a day, month, year, or beyond, it will be soon, compared to Eternity we will be together. Reunite with Dad, and someday we will all be a family together in Heaven. Don’t worry about Mom, just as you were part of our team, we will teach her what you taught us. She will be a Rose between two thorns, and we will guard her against evil. Love u, my sister. Big brother, Barry

Michele (Mickey) Johnston

October 16, 2019

John and Schuyler, I send my prayers to the Father for the loss of your wife and mother, Vicki. I have so many wonderful memories of our time at Carlisle High School and my visits home when I was in the Navy. I will always remember Vicki’s sweet smile and laughter. She was my Best Friend and will live in my heart forever. I am here whenever you need a listening friend to comfort you.

Love Always and Forever,
Mickey

Tim and Carla Baker

October 14, 2019

At all the dinners at the church, Vicki would bring the best desserts. She took pride in her desserts and she would gladly share her recipes.

Mike and Julie Sullivan

October 14, 2019

Her smile, the way she sometimes found things funny and laughed will be remembered and missed.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY