Victoria Jo Murrock

September 20, 1972April 17, 2018
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On April 17 at 1:17 P.M., Victoria Jo Murrock, age 45 chose to release the pain and suffering of Multiple Sclerosis and embrace the peace and calm of heaven. She fought the disease for 25 + years with much courage, stubborness and boldness. She is survived by her parents, Fred Murrock and Lillian Kelly, her husband , Jeff Stone, cousins, aunt and friends. Victoria was preceded in death by her grandparents, James and Lucille Kelly and Joe and Nedra Murrock. When one thinks of Victoria what comes to mind is the word passion. She was passionate about her love for family, work as an interior designer and preparing meals for friends and family. Victoria owned her own interior design business, “Exclusive Designs”. One of her trademarks was the use of bold colors. She liked colors to “pop”. She had high standards for herself and for those who worked with her to make the dreams of others come true. There was nothing more important to her than family. She especially loved her Aunt Leslie and Cousin Matthew, spending much time with them as a young child and teen. As a woman she tried to give back to them and always wanted the best for them. If you were fortunate enough to eat a meal prepared by Victoria, you knew it was prepared with a lot of love and oregano. You could also depend on taking some home. She would cook enough to feed the multitudes. Victoria will be sorely missed by her family and friends. There is no one like her. Her parents especially want to thank Rich and Rodna for loving Victoria through this journey. Also, deep appreciation goes to Hospice and the care provided by Erin and Melinda. And last a special thanks to Dr. Shaun Coffman who provided the medical care needed by Victoria from the very beginning of her diagnosis of MS. A celebration of life will be Saturday, April 21 at noon with Pastor Rich Blain officiating. Burial will follow at Cunningham Memorial Park. Visitation will be from 10:00 AM until time of service . On line condolences will be accepted at


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Sharon Miller

April 21, 2018

A beautiful young lady inside and out. May all the happy memories help to ease the pain of the loss.

Joey Halstead

April 20, 2018

I love my second cousin Vicki so much. She would spend the night with me as a child and would be such fun. I remember our trip to Myrtle Beach with her Mom . I was also one of her teachers at Nitro High School. She always had a smile on her face and was such a caring person. I am so glad she is in a better place and her years of suffering are over. My loving condolences to Kelly and Fred.



      When Victoria Jo Murrock walked into the room, those in her company felt energy, an enthusiastic spontaneity. This was just one example of who Victoria was and how she impacted those around her. Victoria was a clever and gregarious person who always sought out the finest attributes in other people. It was as if Victoria wanted to share all of their experiences, revel in their lives and celebrate their discoveries. Victoria was tireless and had boundless enthusiasm that would serve her well throughout her life.

Victoria was born on September 20, 1972 at Kanawha Valley Hospital in Charleston WV. She was the daughter of Frederick Murrock and Lillian Kelly. Victoria was raised in Nitro and St. Albans. Always at the ready with a good joke, she grew up to be quite a humorous person. While some who knew Victoria might describe her as an idealist, her friends and family understood well that Victoria was always in pursuit of life’s endless possibilities and opportunities available to her. She was especially close to her PaPa Kelly and Nana Murrock.

As a young girl, Victoria was able to empathize and identify with a vast array of people and personality types. This quality drew her into a diverse group of friends and acquaintances. Victoria was intelligent and had little trouble getting along with her peers. She was almost always the first to jump in when it came to playing games or participating in other childhood activities. Victoria took part in swimming and playing tennis with her dad. She was a member of the chorus at Nitro Jr. High, volunteered at Manna Meal at St. Johns Episcopal Church. In her spare time she liked spending time with her friends. Victoria's memorable achievements included various certificates of participation in social studies and science fairs. Victoria had the ability to find amusement with almost any activity she and her friends might discover.

During her high school years, Victoria responded curiously to any new project and was regularly in search of one adventure after another. She graduated from Nitro High School in 2000. Victoria was a very good student, and generally did well in her courses. Victoria absorbed as much as she could from all of her teachers and used her imagination to master her assignments. Classmates considered Victoria a good listener, knowing that when necessary, they could go to her to discuss just about anything. She was known for her straight talk and witty remarks. Her favorite class in high school was chorus. The teacher she enjoyed learning from the most was Joey Slaughter.

Victoria attended the University of Charleston Interior Design Program. Her favorite courses were Art History. Her favorite professor was Susie Hitt. Victoria was very adaptable, a quality that helped her make the transition from high school to college with little difficulty. As a result, Victoria's problem solving skills and desire to succeed almost guaranteed that she enjoyed many of her classes. Victoria loved the challenge of applying what she learned to her interior design projects. With a talent for making acquaintances easily, Victoria could blend without effort into any social group. Although assertive and outgoing, Victoria demonstrated a deep concern for others. She always seemed aware of what was going on with people around her and would offer assistance. While growing up, some of her best friends were Tessa Arthur. Her aunt Leslie. Later in life, she became friends with Aunt Leslie and developed friendships with others, especially Roana, Rich, and Billy.

Victoria was married to Jeff Stone in November 2004. She and Jeff established home in Frisco,Texas. Victoria put the design track on the home making it worthy for a magazine. Her dreams for travel and filling her home with people rarely transpired as life began to take different turns because of her MS.

Victoria was uplifted by new ideas and was excited by life’s possibilities, traits that made her an exceptional worker. Her primary occupation was interior design. For 15 years owned she owned her own business Exclusive Solutions. Victoria was enterprising, inventive and working against deadlines seemed to energize her. Victoria had the uncanny ability to identify a win/win solution to just about any problem, possibly because of her gift for insight. Victoria's fellow workers saw her as a supporter and a mentor. In her business and on her life she wanted to make peoples dreams come true.

Victoria loved to have a broad variety of activities in her life. Her favorite pursuits were listening to music, cooking, working with flowers, watching golf on TV and spending time in a fast boat. Victoria had a knack for being able to multi-task in order to create time for all of her favorite pastimes. However, Victoria's ever-present concern for others always took precedent.

Victoria was a woman who was dedicated and devoted to her faith. She was a member of St. Johns Episcopal Church. During that time, she was a volunteer for Manna Meal soup kitchen. She was sympathetic and able to empathize with others and she used these qualities to the fullest while working tirelessly for her beliefs.

Victoria's love of improvising in her daily life was a perfect fit for her enjoyment of traveling. She was excited about seeing changing scenery and looking for the enjoyment life could offer, Victoria took her vacations seriously, well, as seriously as she possibly could. Favorite vacations included Hawaii, and Kitty Hawk, NC.

Victoria was a lover of animals and cherished her pets. Mr. Six and Pookie her cats, was a best friend for Mr. Six for 18 years and Pookie for 15 years.

Victoria Murrock passed away on April 17, 2018 at at her home in St. Albans, WV. She fought a brave battle against multiple sclerosis for 25 years. She is survived by her parents Fred Murrock and Lillian Kelly and her husband Jeff Stone. Services were held at Casdorph and Curry Funeral Home. Victoria was laid to rest in Cunningham Memorial Park.

There was always a certain style and inventiveness to Victoria. She was a dynamic, self-expressive person who was forever looking to celebrate the endless possibilities life had to offer. She had a knack for being clever, creative and witty, and for others, was a joy to be around. While she was often fiercely independent, it seemed as if many others looked to Victoria Murrock for inspiration, leadership, wisdom and even courage. Victoria was always more than willing to share life’s experiences with her loved ones. She had a sincerity about her and a purpose behind everything that she did.