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Vicky Ann Rodgers

Vicky Rodgers PhotoVicky Ann Rodgers, age 58, passed away Friday, April 2, 2021 in San Augustine.  Vicky was born in Midland on July 31, 1962.  She was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

Vicky is survived by her daughter, Crystal Vasquez and husband, Victor of Crockett; grandchildren, Victor and Claudia Vasquez; sister, Carol Skinner and husband, Bryan of Timpson; niece, Kimberly Skinner of Henderson; nephew, Terry Skinner and wife, Tabitha of Garrison; great-nieces, Leslie and Madison; great-nephews, Alex and Caleb; and many loving friends.  Vicky was preceded in death by husband, James Michael Rodgers; her parents, brothers, and sisters.

The family of Vicky Ann Rodgers will receive visitors 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 6, 2021 at Callaway-Allee Funeral Home.

 

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6 Comments
  1. SINCERE SYMPATHY EXTENDED TO VICKY’S CHILDREN,GRANDCHILDREN AND HER SISTER.GOD GAINED A SWEET ANGEL.PRAYERS TO ALL OF YOU DURING THIS TIME OF SORROW. FROM COUISINS PEGGY AND JOHNNY RHYNE FROM IDA,LA.

  2. PRAYING FOR THE FAMILY! REST IN PEACE COUSIN VICKY!!! MAY GOD FIVE COMFORT TO THE FAMILY!!

  3. Hello To Vicky’s family. I’m technically her niece but had just got to visit by phone and text with her for over a year now. She was so very sweet and kind. I was looking forward to being able to meet her one day. I still will but it’ll be another date and time. A glorious day in Heaven! My love and caring thoughts with her daughter and close family. Much love . Della.

  4. Prayers for Vicky’s family and friends. I went to school with her and her sister Carol. She was a sweet loving woman. She will be missed. Fly high my sweet friend. God bless

  5. I am so sorry for you loss. She was such a Sweet person. I will miss her alot. She was always an inspiration to me. Fly high my sweet friend. God Bless your family.

  6. So Sorry For The Family,
    Vicky was A Cousin & Dear Friend & Classmate!
    Again; So Sorry For The loss, She will Dearly Be missed!

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