Viviene Mae Serridge

April 11, 1933June 3, 2019

We mourn the loss and celebrate the life of Viviene Serridge, 86, who passed away Monday, June 3, 2019, at OSF Hospice Home in Peoria, Illinois. She was preceded in death by her first husband Allen Clines and is survived by their four children, Gerri, Cindy, John and Troy, seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Formally a long time resident of Cleveland, Tennessee, where she was a member of Cleveland Baptist Church. At the age of 65 she returned to school at Bradley Community College in Cleveland and earned a secretarial degree with high honors. She was a voracious reader and enjoyed working at the local senior center where she established a library for the patrons. Viviene was an avid crafter who enjoyed every manner of creative arts and often donated her creations to the community. She was an animal advocate and opened her home to many rescue dogs.. A private ceremony will be held Thursday, June 6 at Parkview cemetery in Peoria Illinois. Presiding is Pastor Mary Runge of OSF Out-Patient Palliative Care, Peoria, IL, whose members provided many months of loving care. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to OSF Palliative Care. Davison-Fulton Woodland Chapel is in charge of arrangements. To view Viviene’s memorial page or to leave an online condolence please go to


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Kathy Mosher

June 9, 2019

I'm so sorry for your loss. Your Mom was very friendly to everyone who stopped by as was Missy. They made a good pair - my basset Bailey loved visiting your Mom and Missy too! Thank you for sharing them both with all of us in the neighbourhood.

With gentle thoughts,
Kathy (neighbor, kitty corner from your Mom)

Teddi Blaylock

June 5, 2019

Aunt Vivian will be missed. Memories of growing up around family in Michigan prayers for the family.

Pam Dauzy

June 5, 2019

I loved my Aunt Viviene! She was always so loving. I always looked forward to receiving a Christmas card from her, and still remember the Jacquie Lawson cards she used to send. Please know that I’m praying for all of you, and wish I could be there. I know what it is like to lose a mom, and that makes me pray harder for all of you. I love you, cousins!