Vicki Lynne Spencer

December 14, 1969May 22, 2019
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Vicki Lynne Spencer, age 49, of Wichita Falls, passed on to be with the Lord and angels after a brief illness on May 22, 2019. Born December 14, 1969, Vicki was a life-long resident of Wichita Falls. She attended Ben Milam and Kate Haynes Elementary Schools, Kirby Junior High, and graduated from Hirschi High School in 1989. Considered “Hirschi’s #1 Fan” for many years, Vicki could be found at many football, basketball, and volleyball games, band contests, and other school events. For over 30 years, she helped cheerleaders and the Athletic Booster Club with spirit items, Sports Banquet decorations, and numerous other special projects. During high school, Vicki was also manager of the Hirschi HiLites Drill Team. She was also an avid fan of the Husky Marching Band, MSU football, men’s and women’s basketball teams, band, and cheerleaders. A friendly and loving soul, Vicki never met a stranger and made many friends including coworkers, neighbors, church family, and students. Vicki also worked at the Helen Farabee Center for 26 years as a clerk. She was a member of Beverly Drive United Methodist Church. Vicki was preceded in death by her parents, R.W. and Doris (Haynes) Spencer; her maternal grandparents, Willis Ronald (W.R.) and Ruby (St. Clair) Haynes; and paternal grandparents, Willie Ernest (W.E.) and Medwin (Hall) Spencer. Vicki is survived by four sisters, Karen Cochran and husband Bill of Brownsburg, Indiana; Marilyn Bennett and husband Rodney of Olney; Cindy Loveless and husband Tim of Wichita Falls; and Linda Walck and husband Ronnie of Burkburnett. She is also survived by brother Larry Spencer and wife Debbie of Westfield, Massachusetts; uncle Bill Haynes and wife Pat of Titusville, FL; aunt Leta Reeves of Lubbock, TX. Other family members include cousins, nieces and nephews, and numerous grandnieces and grandnephews. Pallbearers will be members of the Hirschi High School football team. Honorary pallbearers include Roddy Atkins, Lauren Zotz, Jana Simpson, Kelly Wooldridge, Trecia Sylvester, Stephanie Kramer, Tonisha Hedge, and Sheryl Kingcade. The family wishes to thank the following doctors, nurses and staff from United Regional Hospital for their loving and compassionate care of their “baby sister:” Dr. Reddy, Samantha, Brittany, Carly, Jackson, Shane, Michael, Lori, Francesca, Gabby, Jahiyra, Toni, Heather, Caleb, Efeesa, Kassi, Ashley and Ashli. A celebration of Vicki’s life will be held on Thursday, May 30, at 2:00 at Beverly Drive United Methodist Church. Visitation is scheduled on Wednesday, May 29, from 6-8 PM at Hampton Vaughan Crestview Funeral Home. Interment will be in Dalhart Memorial Park, Dalhart, Texas, on Saturday, June 1. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hirschi High School Band, Drill Team or Mascot Funds. Online condolences may be left at


  • Joshua Thompson, Pallbearer
  • J' Alan Styles, Pallbearer
  • Johnny Taylor, Pallbearer
  • Ezekiel Holmes, Pallbearer
  • Shawn Cunningham, Pallbearer
  • Arlandus Brown, Pallbearer
  • Michael Faulkner, Pallbearer
  • Donald Hedge, Pallbearer
  • Roddy Atkins, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Lauren Zotz, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Jana Simpson, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Kelly Wooldridge, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Trecia Sylvester, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Stephanie Kramer, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Tonisha Hedge, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Sheryl Kingcade, Honorary Pallbearer

  • Hirschi High School Band, Drill Team or Mascot Funds


  • Visitation Wednesday, May 29, 2019
  • Funeral Service Thursday, May 30, 2019
  • Interment Saturday, June 1, 2019


Vicki Lynne Spencer

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Janey Lee

May 30, 2019

What a treasure we've lost, but what a beautiful angel we now have watching over us!
I'll miss Vickie running toward me, her arms wide open, saying, "Janey!!!". Vickie, you
made my day brighter seeing your smile. The pleasure was all mine having the privilege of working with you!

Janey Lee


May 29, 2019

To my Aunt,
You were such a bright light of HAPPINESS to me, I can still hear you laughing calling me "Jim Bob" as only YOU got away with . I am so glad that you are HOME now , with people who love you as you deserve, I am grateful for having known you , living life to the beat of your own drum is so much sweeter, when you have loved ones around who are playing the same song.My last memory of you is so POWERFUL AND PERFECT, the Lord himself could not have done any better.Aunt Vicki, you are probably my FAVORITE memory I will forever have.Please visit, and check in, beauty as yours is ALWAYS needed and appreciated I LOVE YOU, AND GO HUSKIES!!!

Barbie Hill

May 28, 2019

Vicki, you were a bright light in all our lives. We love you so!

Ronald Hill

May 28, 2019

Dearest family,
We are so sorry at the loss of Vicki's presence from our lives, but rejoice that she has joined our Creator and Savior and so many of our family. Vicki's sweet and loving spirit has made a permanent imprint upon each of our lives. leaving a presence that is filled with precious memories. Thanks so much for compiling the treasured remembrances in the video and for the love and care that each of you shared with your little sister.
We miss our little sisters!
All our love,
Ronald, Barbie, Nicole, Scott, Emma and Eliza

Roddy Atkins

May 28, 2019

Regardless of her disability, Vicki was was her own person. She was independent and stubborn, but also had great sense of humor, easily laughed, and was sensitive and thoughtful. Vicki was a dedicated employee at Helen Farabee Centers for almost 26 years and hated to miss any work time. She was always the spirit of Christmas at the office making sure we decorated and every employee had a stocking with their name on it hung. She always new I was going on a trip, when she would see a rent car parked in mu parking spot, knowing it was not my regular vehicle. Vicki loved to talk about Hirschi Football, Basketball, and the Band. I will miss her greatly, especially the gentle way we teased each other about Husky vs. Coyotes, her shredding sounding like music, her nickname of Holiday, her needing to make sure she "behaved" herself, and her going to a Board Meeting or an Austin Trip or me. I will certainly miss Vicki and my day to day interactions with her. I love you Vicki.

I was humbled to be asked to be an Honorary Pall Bearer. Unfortunately I will not be able to be at the visitation or funeral, I will be out of town at function I cannot get out of in Austin. My thoughts, love, and prayers are with Vicki and her family, especially, Cindy and Tim, who have looked out for Vicki all of these years and helped her be the independent person she was. Vicki is probably looking down at might right now and saying "Roddy, you going to Austin again?: with a big smile.

Alisa Burns

May 27, 2019

My family has been friends with Vicki's sweet family since before she was born. I remember her as beautiful baby and shy little girl always with a beautiful smile. She was perpetually happy, truly a rare angel lent to us by the Lord. God speed Vicki

Sharon Cochran

May 27, 2019

Vicki and I rarely saw eye to eye ( she was always taller than me) but we could always make each other laugh at the silliest things. I loved teaching her to play kick ball in grandmas back yard and loathed playing monopoly with her. She always had to be the puppy dog! I love you Vicki, you will be truly missed. Fly high with the rest of our Angels. Rest In Peace

Stephanie Isom

May 25, 2019

Hirschi’s #1 Fan! Your sweet smile and bright spirit always brought smiles to our faces! Hearing you cheer in the crowd is something I can still remember hearing 14 years later! RIP Miss Vicki

Rosalyn Floyd Tindel

May 25, 2019

I first met Vicki when I started coaching at Kirby Math Science Center. I was attending volleyball practice at Hirschi. She was such a sweet person. She wanted me to know all the great things about both schools. I later coached at Hirschi two years and saw her at everything that was Hirschi. She was definitely Miss HHS and will be dearly missed. Rest in Paradise sweet Angel❤

Harold Losey

May 25, 2019

She will forever be Miss HHS in my memory, as a student and then as a true HHS supporter.