Vickie Lynn Azadeh

September 16, 1958July 23, 2018

Victoria Lynn Azadeh, 59, of Beaverton, Oregon passed away on July 23, 2018. Vickie was born in Seattle, Washington to Daniel and Patsy WenDell and was raised with three siblings. Vickie graduated from Beaverton High School, where she was a member on the Ski Team. Vickie married Ali Azadeh on February 17, 1979 and together they raised two children, Anthony and Ashley. Family was everything to Vickie, especially her two children. She was known for being a doting mother attending every dance class and football game. Her children never went without. Vickie always put the needs of the family before her own. She showed unconditional love to all her family and friends. Vickie enjoyed trips to Las Vegas, Disneyland and anywhere she could sit by a pool sipping a pina colada. She was an avid baker (more of a taste tester), and loved to cook. But that didn’t mean she didn’t eat out, Vickie loved lunch dates with her friends. Vickie filled the room with laughter everywhere she went and was known for her great sense of humor. Vickie never feared to say what she was thinking; she was always true to herself. She was resilient, strong –minded, and beyond courageous. An inspiration to all those around her, Vickie will be greatly missed. A celebration of life service will be held at a later date.


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Caillie Juergens

July 29, 2018

I remember seeing first hand how much Vickie loved her children. I was friends with Ashley in middle school and whenever I would go over to their house Vickie was always so warm and welcoming. She had a smile on her face every time I saw her. For one of Ashley’s birthdays her mom surprised her with a bedroom makeover. Her parents didn’t tell her about it and booked a night at a hotel where she could have a pool birthday party. Meanwhile Ashley’s room was getting a makeover fit for a princess. When Ashley went home and saw her surprise she was over the moon. It was such a sweet idea of her mother’s. I will always remember that. Love, -Cat