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Vickie Martin

August 30, 1948 - September 11, 2020

Please join family and friends for a celebration of Vickie’s life at the Brinton Museum in Big Horn Wyoming at 1 PM on Sunday September 27th. A reception to follow the service will be held at The Barn in Bighorn.

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Posted by:
Menzie Aikman

Posted on:
September 20, 2020

My heart is broken over this news. I truly cannot believe it. Such a sweet soul who I know is now dancing with her angels. Her wonderful behavior and gentle nature will always stay with me. My love to you Justin, Jill, Mona, and Michele at this tragic time. My the care and love of the people around you give you added strength.

Posted by:
Billie Lieuallen

Posted on:
September 19, 2020

Oh sweet Vickie, I will miss you so. I was so sad to learn of your passing. You were such a bright shining light in this world. It truly felt like my heart broke when I heard the news. Jill and Justin and the rest of the family, I am so sorry for your loss. I cannot imagine what you are going through. Please know that we are all praying for you through this difficult journey and beyond. I love you Vickie and will miss you always.

Posted by:
Barbara Laughlin

Posted on:
September 18, 2020

Dear Jill, Hugs to you from Mark and me. I'll never forget the memories of you and your mom coming to my business and all our talks. Hey Jill, we still have the dog we named "Ruby Ann" in honor of your own dog Ruby Ann that you had once. Our Ruby Ann will be 9 years old this fall. We love you and pray for you at this time. I am so thankful you and Justin have each other to lean on. God bless.

Posted by:
Colette Ek ( Redinger )

Posted on:
September 17, 2020

Thoughts and prayers sent to Jill, Justin, and family. I have many nice memories of your mother. One that I will never forget, is when my husband ( Wade Redinger ) died in 2001, your mother was one of the first ones to our home to comfort me and my five children. She worked with him at Valley Motor Honda and that is how I got to know your mother. She had a heart of gold and much love for us. May God give you all comfort in the days and years ahead. You have many special memories to cherish in your hearts.

Posted by:
Mary Ann Frazer

Posted on:
September 17, 2020

Oh, Jill, John and I are so sorry to hear about your loss. You and Justin have been through so much. Please remember that we love you and will be praying for you. I never met your mom but she must have been the best because she raised a beautiful and sweet daughter. Please remember that we love you.

Posted by:
Carla White

Posted on:
September 16, 2020

Just as you are, I am devastated over Vickie’s death. She was still young and so vital and interested in life and others. Life was always better with her in it. I will miss our wonderful conversations every day or two, including all those about politicians, world circumstances and life in general. She was a great soul mate. And even though her heart did not beat strongly in the end, she had such a strong heart all her life for everything. And her heart was filled with love for Tom, Justin, Jill and all of her family, as she cared so deeply. I will truly miss her just as you. She made a difference. I remember her when she was keeping track of the hotel when it was being built, all of the furniture, fixtures, etc. she was absolutely in command of it all and executed it beautifully. She was in charge of everything she did and took control to completion. She was the right “woman” for the job. She was wonderful with everything she did. May God grant you peace and comfort in the days and years ahead, and may her memory be a blessing. Love to you all.

Posted by:
Candy

Posted on:
September 16, 2020

I have no words to think of Vickie leaving us. she was one of the good ladies. I will always miss you and Tom walking down the street, to help Tom walk as much as he could. Jill we send our love to you.

Posted by:
Julie Harrison

Posted on:
September 15, 2020

Justin and Jill, I don't even know what to say. I am devastated. Your parents were the best next door neighbors for over 30 years, I loved them. I will never forget our walks together, me and Vickie, and how Tom would drive down the road to pick us up if there was a thunderstorm approaching. I will miss talking with Vickie, I was hoping we would have more time together since the loss of Tom & Jack. My thoughts are with you, Justin & Jill, and I am here for you if you need anything.

Posted by:
Jean

Posted on:
September 14, 2020

Vickie left us way too soon. She was always “Johnny on the Spot” and took on any task full steam. I do hope she and Tom are sitting on a beach in heaven, relaxing and Vickie letting the angels take care of her....you earned it dear friend.

Posted by:
marcyes schmaus

Posted on:
September 14, 2020

So sad to learn of Vickie's death. To Jill and Justin and the family, may your comfort be in the good memories you shared with Vickie and her love for all of you. My prayer is for God's comfort to surround you. Thinking of you at this difficult time.