Vickie Lynn Reese

Vickie Lynn Reese

Vickie Lynn Reese

Vickie Lynn Reese passed away suddenly on August 14, 2013 at Central Washington Hospital in Wenatchee, her mother and sisters by her side. She was born July 18, 1953 at Tonasket to parents Robert and Ruby Reese.

She grew up in Oroville and graduated in 1971. She later moved to Omak and worked at State Farm Insurance and the Western Restaurant. Seven years later she moved back to Oroville and went to work at VIP Insurance for Mike Bourn. She was very devoted to her job and met a lot of people in doing so. We want to remember her pleasant personality and her laughter!

Vickie’s love for horses started at an early age and she always had one or two of her own. She grew up with her very special uncle, Darrell Reese, and special cousin, Linda Kitterman, who named Vickie her “sister chick.” She always spent as much time as possible with her great niece and nephew Skyler and Reese Noel. She made sure Skyler had a horse (Sadie) and Reese claimed “Buck” as his own.

Vickie loved God, her family, her relatives and special friends.

Vickie is survived by her mother, Ruby Reese; sisters Janet and Peggy Reese; her partner of ten years Matt Thacker; daughter Lisa Oliver, Brewster; grandson Eric Farley; great-grandson Trenton, Omak; and nephew Jason Reese, Oroville.

She was proceeded in death by one son Troy Glenn Rairdan, her father Robert Reese, niece Melissa Reese Noel, nephew Justin Reese and her grandparents.

We all love and miss her very much.

At Vickie’s request there will be no service.

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One Response to Vickie Lynn Reese

  1. Ronnie Sawyer June 1, 2014 at 8:20 am #

    I love you Vickie!

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