Vickie Lynn Ewing

02/03/1952 –

 02/15/2020

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  • Memorial Service
Date: 02/19/2020
Time: 6:00 pm
 – 7:00 pm

Obituary

Vickie Lynn Ewing passed away on February 15, 2020. We will celebrate her life of 68 years at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, February 19, 2020, at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. Friends are invited to share memories and expressions of sympathy for the family to cherish in the area below the obituary.

Vickie was born on February 3, 1952, to the late William Charles “Dub” and Verna June “Jean Jean” Ewing in Edmond, OK.  She grew up in West Texas and cherished participating in numerous school activities – including being the fire baton twirler for the New Home Leopards. As an adult, she became a group home director for special needs adults and received numerous accolades for her service. She served in many caretaking roles throughout her career and even saved a life while working at a nursing home in South Dakota. Her other passion was gardening, and she tended to nearly an acre of vegetables and flowers. During the final phase of her life, she was wholly devoted to her grandchildren and family, who will miss her dearly.

Survivors include her son, Bubba (Stephanie) Smith of Post; daughter, Keeley (Chris) Hobart of Lubbock; nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; sister, Peggy (Wendell) Morrow; brother, Craig (Karen) Ewing; and her beloved canine companion, Pudgy.

Along with her parents, Vickie is preceded in death by a daughter, Krystal Lynn Smith.

 

Memorials

The family of Vickie Lynn Ewing has designated the organization To Write Love on Her Arms (https://twloha.com/donate/) for memorial contributions donated in her memory.

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5 thoughts on “Vickie Lynn Ewing”

  1. I’m so saddened to hear of Vickie’s passing. We were best of friends in High School. God be with you all during this difficult time.

  2. Vickie was a very good friend. We had great times in High School, and soooo many laughs. I pray God will bring comfort & peace to all of you!! I’ll miss you Vick!!

  3. Craig, I am so sorry to hear of Vickie’s passing. You and the rest of the family are in our hearts.

  4. I am so sad to learn of Vickies passing…..A kinder, sweeter, truer friend there never was❤️
    She was such a blessing in my life at a time when we both shared similar struggles and I will hold that treasured friendship in my heart always.
    She was always bursting with pride and stories of her children and grandchildren…You were her pride and joy!
    In reading through some of her most recent messages that she had sent me, one in particular gave me pause and a smile; It won’t let me attach it here but it said “JUST WHEN THE CATERPILLAR THOUGHT HER LIFE WAS OVER, SHE BECAME A BUTTERFLY” Fly freely And pain free sweet friend ….

  5. I am so sad to learn of Vickies passing…..A kinder, sweeter, truer friend there never was❤️
    She was such a blessing in my life at a time when we both shared similar struggles and I will hold that treasured friendship in my heart always.
    She was always bursting with pride in stories of her children and grandchildren! You were here pride and joy. In reading through some of her most recent texts and messages, one in particular gave me pause and a smile; It won’t let me attach it here but it said “JUST WHEN THE CATERPILLAR THOUGHT HER LIFE WAS OVER, SHE BECAME A BUTTERFLY”

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