Let the memory of Vicki LynMarie be with us forever
  • 34 years old
  • Born on August 1, 1976 in Winona, Minnesota, United States.
  • Passed away on January 16, 2011 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Vicki LynMarie Kleist 34 years old , born on August 1, 1976 and passed away on January 16, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Steve And Lynne Johnson on August 3, 2015
We, Vicki's aunt and uncle, were pleased and honored to be her baptismal sponsors and godparents. From the time Vicki was a little girl, she had a happy disposition and a sunny personality. As she grew up, she developed a quick wit and a fine conversational ability. She thought the world of her niece, Ora, and cousin, Ruby, and spent many good times with them when they visited at her home. She also dearly loved her pets and they, in return, loved her back. In school, she gained a deep interest in theater and that became her major subject. An excellent student, she graduated from college with highest honors. Her work in theater and at Starbucks gave her great joy. She was on her way to becoming a wonderful teacher when she was taken from us. We miss you, Vicki, but hope that you are in a better place and can spread your sunshine to others who are there.
Posted by Carla Johnson on August 1, 2014
Happy Birthday, Vicki! You made so many people happy just by being present on earth. August 1st is still a day for celebration.
Posted by Carla Johnson on January 19, 2013
Your mom is now with you and I'm still left here to deal with it all. Will do the best I can - Love you and miss you.
Posted by Donna Johnson on January 16, 2012
Vicki was always happy, smiling, and enjoying her life. She was a very special lady touching many lives.
Posted by Arthur And Eline Kleist on December 15, 2011
Vicki always made you proud to be at her side. She was happy, exuberant and loyal to a fault. We loved her so much. She was beautiful inside as she was on the outside. She was a bright and shining jewel in all our lives. She was near perfect as we could ever hope to see in one human being. She lived with her afflictions without self-pity and loved everything she did in life.

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