Victoria Sue Leffert
June 29, 1952 – April 6, 2018
Victoria (Vicky) S. Leffert (Wilson) formerly of Leawood, KS died peacefully in Aldie, VA on April 6th, 2018 at the age of 65 in her home after a yearlong battle with multiple myeloma.
Vicky was a very loving wife and is survived by her husband Paul and children: Kyle M. Anderson (Kristin) Gypsum, CO and Eric S. Anderson (Betty) McLean, VA; step children: Shayne A. Leffert (Amy) Olathe, KS, Kevin R. Leffert (Lisa) Olympia, WA and Kelly M. Leffert, Chicago, IL; sisters: Betty Primeaux (Mike) Midland, TX and Patricia Wilson DVM (Royce) Santa Cruz, CA. She is preceded in death by a sister Mary Pirnie Lincoln, NE. Vicky has six grandchildren Anya, Olivia, Kirsten, Kelsey, Audrey and Tyler, three great grandchildren Kade, Kinley, Kolt and many nieces and nephews.
Vicky was born on June 29th, 1952 at Offutt AFB, NE to Edwin and Mary Wilson. She graduated from Lincoln NE High School in 1970 and was active in choir, synchronized swimming, cheerleading, yearbook, and Girl Scouts. She attended Ottawa University in Kansas and graduated in the top percent of her class earning an MBA with Honors. Vicky was an accomplished Project Manager and Vendor Manager. Vicky was retired from Embarq Corp. and also worked at Sprint Corp. She was a generous, dedicated individual who loved gardening, landscaping and baking. She was passionate about her grandchildren and enjoyed spending time with them. She was an active and dedicated member of the Church of the Resurrection, Leawood, KS and often volunteered and donated to the various causes at the Church.
Visitation will be Sunday, April 15, 2018 from 3-5 p.m.at McGilley State Line Chapel. A funeral service will be 12:30 P.M. Monday, April 16, 2018 at Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, KS, with burial after at Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Overland Park, KS. A reception to follow at Church of the Resurrection. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Vicky’s life.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Multiple Myeloma Foundation or Armani’s Angels in Vicky’s name. The family would like to thank Dr. Dipti Patel-Donnelly of the Virginia Cancer Specialist, Arlington, VA for her exceptional care. Condolences may be left online at www.mcgilleystatelinechapel.com.
- Multiple Myeloma Foundation
- Armani's Angels
- Visitation Sunday, April 15, 2018
- Funeral Service Monday, April 16, 2018
- Committal Service Monday, April 16, 2018
Victoria Sue Leffert
April 17, 2018
Im so sorry for your loss. I worked with Vicky back in the early 2000's. I was a rookie engineer at the time, I'll never forget her. She was one of the kindest people I have ever met. My favorite memory of her was when we had a project going on in Las Vegas. I had never been to Las Vegas... Vicky made calls on my behalf to a contact out in Vegas and asked them to show me around while I was there. As a result, I had an amazing time. This was the kind of person she was; caring, helpful and kind. I lost contact with her over the years but never forgot her. Again, Im really sorry for your loss, she truely was a special person.
April 15, 2018
Paul and Family,
My sincere condolences to you all. I am so thankful and blessed that I had the opportunity to meet Vicky. She was kind, thoughtful and a ray of sunshine.
Thoughts and prayers to you all.
April 11, 2018
Dear Paul, Kyle, Eric,
Both Dawn and I are saddened by all that has transpired recently for Vicky as well as for you. We are both happy to have known Vicky (and you) over the years even though just fleetingly. It was always nice to get together with two of the other grandparents here in Colorado for graduations, weddings, etc. Anya often mentioned her grandma Vicky and the time spent with her.
One of our favorite memories was hiking with Vicky, Kyle and Kristin to Lilly Pad Lake in Frisco Colorado. Even though she came from a flat land environment Vicky was a trooper hiking with us mountain folk at over 9,000 feet. It was a lovely day and we all enjoyed both nature as well as each other's company. Dawn and I will remember her amid the flowers, trees and streams on that bright Colorado day.
Our thoughts are with you, Jim and Dawn