Vicki Ann Green
July 17, 1952 – April 10, 2019
Vicki Ann Bean Green, our dear wife, mom, grandma, mom-in-law, sister, aunt and best friend passed away peacefully on Wednesday, April 10th 2019 in the arms of her forever love. Vicki was born July 17, 1952 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Paul and Audrey Bean.
Vicki is an amazing woman with such compassion, love, faith and strength. She is the most incredible wife to her husband Dale, whom she married for time and all eternity in the Salt Lake Temple on August 20, 1971. The love they share is impossible to replicate. They have relied on each other and stuck together through anything and everything life has brought their way. They truly are “one love” and complement each other in every way possible. Vicki's angelic voice and Dale's guitar playing touched so many hearts as they played and sang together in service and fun. This will especially be remembered dearly by their children as they were blessed to grow up in a home full of beautiful music.
Vicki was always there to be a friend and mom to anyone, and was always willing to listen. She gave amazing advice, especially during her late-night talks with her children. The love that she has for her Savior and family is immeasurable. She always put everyone before herself. She loved and cared for her aging parents for years in her home and was always able to stay home with her children and help with their school and extracurricular activities. She taught those around her how to love simply by her example from day to day. She spent many days and nights working on crafts and projects for and with her children and grandchildren for their school and church projects, and just for fun. She also dedicated time creating meaningful activities, lessons, and crafts for her primary kids, young women, cub scouts, and for the relief society and ward. She would sit side by side with her husband, Dale, designing furniture for her home and family. They made rocking horses, toys, and cradles for their babies and grandbabies. There were many other beautiful items that she and Dale built and decorated together. She threw amazing birthday celebrations, grandkid sleepovers/movie nights, school parties, bridal and baby showers, Christmas parties, and Thanksgiving dinners. Her famed baked beans, potato salad and turkey dinners will never be the same without her touch. She always made everyone feel like they were loved and cared for. Her husband, kids, and grandchildren are her everything, and she is ours.
Vicki is survived by her husband Dale; children Angela (Brandon) Stephens, Dale “D.J.” (Natacha) Green; grandbabies Elissa and Noah; siblings Kathey Norris (Ralph Montrone), Terry (Diane) Bean, Sandy (Robert) Powell; and many nieces, nephews, and extended family whom she loved dearly. She was preceded in death by her parents Paul and Audrey Bean; her brother, Jerry Bean; a brother-in-law, Ray Norris; a dear nephew Dustin Mackay; and many other loved ones and special aunts and uncles whom she always spoke fondly of.
Wicki baby, momma, grandma... we miss you so dearly and have been so incredibly blessed to have you here for the time we did, and to know we have you for the eternities yet to come, forever and ever.
- Paul Ulrich Green, Father
- Audrey Elizabeth Turnbow, Mother
- Graveside Services Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Vicki Ann Green
April 12, 2019
She was truly a amazing person always thinking of others and doing what ever she could to help others. She took my daughter Ashly in her home to care for her during the day while I was at work just to help me out. And never gave it a second thought. She will be missed very much. Love you Vickie. You will always be in every body’s hearts
April 12, 2019
April 12, 2019
Vicki my dear loving sister in law you are truly going to be missed. You are my brothers everything. The love you two share is remarkable. The way you love your children and grandchildren such a loving close family.
My favorite memory was when you took care of my son Dustin Mackay when he was just an infant so Gary and I could go camping. When we came to pick up Dustin oh how you cried you didn't want him to leave. You always commented that he was your first baby and felt a bond with him. How you loved the smell of an infant. I loved that as I knew he could not have been in better hands.
I love you Vicki. My thoughts and prayers go out to my brother Dale, nephews and nieces DJ, Natasha, Angie, Brandon, Ellie and Noah
May you all find strength and peace in your souls.