Vickie L. Melton

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Vickie Lynn Melton was born on December 12, 1951 in Slaton, Texas. She was the daughter of Robert Lee Daniels and Maxine Cooper. She graduated from Lockney High School. On October 28, 1991, Vickie married Jerry Melton in Abilene, Texas. She worked at Grace Clinic in Lubbock, Texas. She spent her entire life enjoying time with her family and friends. If she were meeting you for the first time or had known you for life, Vickie always made a new friend. Vickie was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, friend. She loved everyone the same and always had room for one more friend. Her contagious laugh and striking smile filled the hearts of those around her. Most of all she loved her family and cherished her time with kids, grandkids, and her precious Benny. There will forever be a void in our lives and an unfillable ache in our hearts without our Vickie.

Survivors include her son, Max Green and wife, Monica; daughters, Aimee Hancock; Charla Adamcik and husband, Rich; son, Todd Melton; grandchildren, Seth Hancock, Jaxson and Adyson Green; Ryan and Madison Adamcik; niece, Micah Marble and husband, Jason Gafford; nephew, Justin Marble and wife, Tamara. She is survived by her sister, Tonya Evans.

Vickie was preceded in death by her parents, Robert Lee “Red” Daniels and Maxine Daniels Cooper; and husband, Jerry Donald Melton. She is also preceded death by her nephew Hunter Hagood.


18 thoughts on “Vickie L. Melton”

  1. A sweet friend and lady, Vickie Melton.
    She will be missed by many.
    Prayers for Aimee and Max and children

  2. This sweet lady gained her wings on Friday. She was one of the kindest, most genuine people I have ever had the honor of knowing. Vickie Melton, my heart is broken for all that you leave behind. We will miss you. Prayers for your sweet family

  3. Rita Wilson-Carlisle

    A smile and a laugh that was so uplifting. Vickie was loved by all and will be missed by many.

  4. Vickie you will forever be in my heart. You were an amazing lady. Always had a smile on your face. I will miss you until we meet again my lovely friend. Prayers for your family. ????❤

  5. “Has anyone told you that they love you today? Well, I do!” Vickie, I will miss you forever. You were a cheerful voice, a lovely smile, a warm hug. My deepest condolences to your precious family, with many prayers for their comfort.

  6. Vickithie as she was known to me and I had a special bond that all started when we worked together at South Park Hospital. We shared sooo many laughs and good times! Captured forever in our hearts and in photos at the annual Christmas Parties and Happy Hours at Nicks Sports Bar and Grill. We always tried to one up each other hiding and scaring each each other. Sooo many good memories. We always wished each other good night and sweet dreams every night on Facebook right up until the night before she passed. “Come to Lubbock and we will go to the Fair together!” Were her last words to me….I only wish that were true! So,, Rest In Peace my sweet friend.., and prayers for your families Peace and comfort during this time. From your loving friend, Jimithie…

  7. Such a precious soul!! Vicky will be greatly missed by all who knew her! My prayers for you, her family, that with God’s loving Grace you’ll be able to celebrate sweet memories.

  8. Vickie Melton will be deeply missed by the team at Grace. Her smiling face would brighten up even the most busiest of days. Our prayers go out her family. God Bless!

  9. So very sorry for your loss, Max and family. I didn’t know Vickie personally but I know she raised a very good man who loves his family. Prayers for you in the coming days ahead as you navigate this difficult time!!!

  10. Vickie was one of the kindest persons I ever knew She was always cheerful, helpful, loving, giving and ready to listen. She will be so missed in our hearts but not she is free to fly. My prayers are with the family, that Gods grace will carry you through at this time of loss and give you peace.

  11. My sweet Vickie! Where do I even begin??? You will be greatly missed by so many! Thank you for always being so caring and loving when anyone needed you! You supported my passion and I know you will still support. I will miss seeing your sweet face. Love you!

  12. So sorry and saddened by the loss of your beloved mother , grandmother and friend to so many . God Bless in your journey of grief .

  13. Vickie was truly the kindest, most vivacious, loving and the most genuine person I have have ever known. If you knew her for an hour or for years, she loved you! She would walk into a room full of students, at Texas Careers, and ask “Has anyone told you they love you today? I do!” The awesome thing is……. She absolutely meant it!!!! Her smile lit up the world. The world is going to be a little less bright without her in it………… You will be dearly missed Vickie!

  14. Vickie will be missed so much by family and friends.
    She loved her family so much, which was evident by how much she showed her pride in them. I feel blessed to call them friends, too.
    I feel blessed to have known her. She had so much love and spirit in all she did.

  15. Erin (Adrian) McEndree

    So sorry to hear of your loss, Aimee and Max. May you find comfort in the days ahead and many happy memories in the days behind!

  16. Sandy Rae and Larry Adrian

    Aimee and Max, We are sad to think of your mother passing. I shall remember her engaging smile and since of humor. Sorry we couldn’t stay for the visitation. Your mom has lovely children.

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