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Victoria A. Nash

September 30, 1974August 12, 2021
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Victoria (Vickie) Ann Nash (Schon), age 46, of Port St. Lucie, Florida passed away on August 12, 2021 at Baptist Hospital in Pensacola, Florida. Vickie was born on September 30, 1974 in Brooklyn, New York. She was raised in Greenbelt, Maryland and Staten Island, New York before residing in Laurence Harbor, New Jersey.

In 1992, Vickie graduated from Cedar Ridge High School in Old Bridge, New Jersey. After working throughout high school at Walt’s Country Grill in Matawan, Vickie was employed by Amboy National Bank in Old Bridge, Merrill Lynch in Plainsboro, and Freehold Community Bank in Freehold. After relocating to Port St. Lucie in 2006, Vickie worked at QVC and for the St. Lucie Public Schools.

She is survived by her husband David and their sons Brady and Brice, her parents Harriet and Jacob Schon (known by all as Ma and Papa) of Port St. Lucie, and her sisters Diana Braun (Billy) and Debra Schon both of Port St. Lucie. Vickie is also survived by her godmother Chickie DelRe of Staten Island, New York and countless aunts, uncles, cousins, family, and friends. Vickie was the beloved aunt to many nieces and nephews and a devoted cat mom to Duke (deceased) and Pepper.

As a child, she was obsessed with Curious George and Little House on the Prairie. She later grew fond of Ford Mustangs, preferably convertible, Pepsi, Coach bags, the New York Mets, gardening, HGTV, and the Lifetime Channel. She was an avid fan of whichever team Brady and Brice played on.

A celebration of life will be held at Aycock Funeral Home (Tradition) from 5 – 8 PM on August 24, 2021. In lieu of flowers, her family requests donations be made to the Lupus Foundation of America in Vickie’s name.

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  • A Celebration of Life for Victoria Ann Nash

    Tuesday, August 24, 2021

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Troy Glover

August 23, 2021

You are missed Vickie. Rest In Peace knowing Dave and the boys will persevere through their sadness and will make you proud.

Mary Moreira

August 23, 2021

Vickie was truly one of a kind and a deeply true and honest friend. She was my BFF (big- fat- friend). A joke we started when we took our kids to watch Mr. Popper’s Penguins. I miss our morning phone calls on the way to work and hearing her drop the “F” bomb in every other sentence. Vickie was a truly devoted mother and wife and would do anything for her 3 boys. Yes, Dave- 3 boys! From our late night runs to the “casinos” to our matching tattoos (washable, of course) Vickie was always ready for a fun time. She was so proud of Brady and Brice and always shared their many talents with me. She always had time for her family and friends and this world will never be the same without her love and sarcastic wit!💜

Mary Crispino

August 22, 2021

I'll have to admit that I put this off for a second so I could really find the right words to express how much Vickie has meant to me and my family. I count myself incredibly lucky to call her my friend. She had a heart of gold, sarcastic (which is why we got along so well), listened to me complain, offered her support and opinion through some very challenging times in my life. Even bought me a stuffed Fozie bear because I told her it reminded me of my Dad after he passed away. She was hysterical and completely honest (maybe too honest at times, lol) and such a great friend, a fabulous friend. She was our oldest daughters; Kasey, sponsor when she made her confirmation. For years she tried to win over our youngest daughters; Erica, affection and she finally did when she was about 3 years old. During a party at our house, Erica asked Vickie to give her a bath and she asked if it was okay, and of course I said yes! So, that's how their friendship started.

We all just love her and we'rve just been devastated by her passing. She'll be forever loved and missed. Until we meet again Tricky Vickie, we love you and hope you're at peace.

With All Our Love!
Mary, Tony, Kasey & Erica

Leanne Boyle

August 21, 2021

I'm not good with words especially during times like these but I wanted to say how sorry I am to you all for your loss. I wasn't close with Vickie but I do remember from a young age she was always smiling & happy and such a kind & generous person. I remember we were only teens at the time and Vickie barely knew me only through Debbie and she gave me 2 or 3 pairs of her Gap Jeans which I loved. To this day they are the only Jeans I will wear. I pray for the family that you find peace, comfort & strength during this time and I pray for Debbie that you receive your sign. Rest in Peace Vickie

Cindy Hill

August 21, 2021

Vic, you will be so missed! I will always remember the long phone chats at work and the many times you made all of us laugh! You said like it was, whether you liked or not! Our hearts break! Prayer for healing and strength to Dave, the boys and your family!

Debbie Cavillo

August 21, 2021

When I worked for QVC I remember having a Human Resource issue and Vicki was a huge help to me - I remember her as always being cheerful and she would go above and beyond to help - I’m so sorry to hear of her passing and my deepest condolences 💐 go out to her family and friends.

Janice Size ore

August 20, 2021

Vicki was one of a kind, a great friend and co-worker. I will miss her terribly, may God grant you all peace in this time of grief. Love you Vicki, Rest In Peace my friend.

Donna Sapp

August 19, 2021

Sending thoughts and prayers for the loss of your beloved Vickie! She was such a good friend to me! I miss her so much. Life will never be the same without Vickie! Rest In Peace my friend!😢💔

MaryBeth Lukie

August 16, 2021

Dave, I am so sorry for your loss, it is so upsetting as Vickie was taken too soon. I will always have great memories of you and Vickie from NJ. Vickie was an exceptional friend and partner in crime - we had many great times and memories. My condolences to you, Brady, Brice and Vickie's family.

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