OBITUARY

Vicky Lynn Hodgkiss

March 18, 1952March 23, 2021
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Vicky Lynn Hodgkiss was born March 18, 1952 in Kaufman, Texas and left this earthly home on March 23, 2021 from Balch Springs, Texas. She attended and graduated from Mesquite High school and went on to attend Eastfield College. Vicky spent her working years in retail, she married the love her life Ronald Hodgkiss and they had four beautiful children together. She attended New Life church and was a devoted Christian. She enjoyed going to church and spending time with family especially going camping and fishing with them at East Fork Ranch on the weekends. She loved going to amusement parks also with her kids. Vicky will be missed by many friends and family and all the lives that she touched. Vicky is preceded in death by her parents Hollis and Syble Gowin; and great granddaughter Eden Claire Martel. She is remembered by her beloved husband Ronald Hodgkiss, Children; Ronnie Hodgkiss, Keith Thompson, Angel Darmofal, and Stacy Hodgkiss; 11 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren; siblings Hollis Earl, Charlie, Randy, Maxine, Billie, and Pat

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, March 26, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, March 27, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, April 14, 2021

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Mikalyn Piccola

March 25, 2021

I love you so much. You’re in a better place now with family who love you. I don’t remember much, but I know I was always glued to your side when I was younger. I am really glad you are my grandma. 💛

Joey Dier

March 25, 2021

Momma you came into my life when i needed you most. Helping care for you and doing our daily routine has helped me to be a better person. You always smiled when i came to move you up in bed or get you a drink. It was truly a pleasure being a part of your life and family. We will all miss you so deeply but we know you are happy and smiling down on us. Rest in perfection momma. Your with the babies now.

Maxine Watson

March 25, 2021

How do I put into words the pain, love and heartbreak of losing you Vicky.
She lit up a room with her beautiful smile every time she entered. Her laugh and happiness was all over her. She loved her husband, children, grandchildren, greatgrandchildren and her whole family with her whole heart.
I love you baby sister. I know you are not in pain anymore and you are with Jesus and so many family members.
But, my heart aches to see you and hear you.❤

Kristin Ketchum

March 25, 2021

I love you so much grandma❤️

Stacy Hodgkiss

March 25, 2021

She was the best mom anyone could ask for. She was the leader of the pack when we were kids. Rather it was skating at the roller rink, going down water slides, or riding the roller coasters at Six Flags she was right there with us having a blast. Thank you God for giving me such a wonderful mom. Momma I miss you so much I don't know what I'm going to do without you. I love you to the moon and back to infinity and beyond.

Katie Martel

March 24, 2021

The best grandma in the world ❤️

Linda Griffin

March 24, 2021

I have fond memories of my sweet cousin Vickey. Our families spent lots of time together as kids growing up and I have lots of memories of fun times we had together. The photos posted here are so sweet. She will surely be missed.

Angela Darmofal

March 24, 2021

Mom inspired me to be the best I could be and to always put Jesus first. She loved writing poems about her family. I’m going to miss her laugh and beautiful smile. She will be missed very much.

Stacie Rodrigues

March 24, 2021

Vicky was one of a kind 🙃 always smiling 😁. All my memories are good ones listening to her funny stories of the stunts the kids pulled on her and nanny😝. What a sweet lady she sure loved her kids and grand kids. I know she is smiling down on them and will be their guardian angel 👼. RIP Vicky until we meet again.

Kynley Thompson

March 24, 2021

She was the best grandma anyone could ask for. I remember we would get up in the morning and read the Bible for an hour straight and she would help me pronounce the words correctly. Her smile would light up the room and she was a joy to be around. She was loved by everyone so much and we will all miss her.🤧❤️

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