Vickie Leigh Hartzog

May 10, 2019

Child of God, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, and so many more are just a few of the roles she treasured the most in her life. Vickie was one of the most selfless individuals anybody would meet. She had a heart of gold and a demeanor to match. She loved worshiping God, adored her husband Steve, treasured her daughter Brittany, and loved her grandkids, Peyton and Abby as if they were her own. Next to God, family was her all.

She was born in Mount Airy, North Carolina, Andy Griffith country, and had an accent to match. She was an outstanding cook with a strong stubbornness thanks to her British/English roots and her parents, James and Betty. Her brothers, Pete and Stan were her rocks when their parents passed away and Pete’s wife, Susan and Stan’s wife, Donna were her sisters.

She is also survived by her nieces and nephews, Ben and Teri (Andrew) and Chris (Rebekah); and great-nieces and nephews, Skylar, Braxton, Emi, Bryson, and Cooper.

Vickie received an associate’s degree from Pensacola Junior College but spent most of her days as a homemaker and helpmate to her husband Steve. She loved working in her yard, creating things, cooking for her loved ones, Almond Joy candy and blue was her favorite color. She was also a huge Texas Longhorns fan and she would say, “Hook Em!” with her hand held high. Her presence is greatly missed but she will never be forgotten.

Although deeply saddened, those who loved her and cared for her will never forget the smile she had on her face and how it showed in her eyes. May she always be happy and the peace of God be with you all.

A funeral service was held on Friday, May 10, 2019, at Family-Funeral & Cremation in Pensacola, Florida.

Interment immediately followed the service at Cottage Hill Assembly of God Church Cemetery in Cantonment.

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