Vicki Becker

June 26, 1952 - January 2, 2024
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Thomas McAfee Funeral Homes, Downtown Chapel
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Greenville, SC 29601
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Sunday 1/7, 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

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Thomas McAfee Funeral Homes, Downtown Chapel
639 N Main Street
Greenville, SC 29601
(864) 232-6733 | Map
Sunday 1/7, 2:00 pm

Vicki Becker passed away peacefully on January 2, 2024 while at home surrounded by her loving family. After a brief yet heroic battle with cancer, she was called home to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ at the age of 71. Born on June 26, 1952, in Detroit, Michigan, to the late VictorContinue Reading

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Diane Biege left a message on January 8, 2024:
I met my dear friend when I was 18 working at Fluor Daniel downtown. I am lucky to have had her as a friend for most of my life. :) She was always caring...kind...funny and beautiful inside and out!!! The world is a darker place without her. What wonderful memories I have of laughing with her over the years!! I miss you. I love you, Vicki!
Karen Anderson left a message on January 6, 2024:
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Karen Anderson left a message on January 6, 2024:
Like a lighthouse on a dark night, Vicki’s love for family and friends always shone brightly. I will miss my friend. Blessings and Peace be unto you all. Karen
Susan Gregg left a message on January 6, 2024:
Peace be with you Vicki...
Sylvia Pinard left a message on January 6, 2024:
I first met Vicki at Cass Tech HS where we both were in the Art Dept. I just remember how much we laughed together in the classroom. We became friends with two other art students, Debbie and Bonnie. Out of the four of us, Vicki had the first car with an 8 track. We would drive around Belle Isle in Detroit and listen to Carole King. The four of us also went on a road trip to Maine.Debbie’s dad let us drive his van with a stick-shift that no one knew how to drive. We learned quickly! It was quite an adventure. After Vicki &Billy got married and moved out of state, we always kept in touch. Even if some time had passed, we could always reconnect as if we talked to each other yesterday. In 2022, Vicki came to visit to help me celebrate my 70th birthday. A few weeks later, Shelly had planned a surprise birthday celebration for Vicki up at Houghton Lake. I’ll never forget the look on her face when we showed up at the door. I am so grateful to have celebrated our 70th birthdays together. And I feel so blessed to have had Vicki as a life-long friend. I will miss her.
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Omar Haque left a message on January 5, 2024:
What a wonderful person Vicky was. I will always remember her for the love she exhibited for everyone. We are thinking of and praying for the Becker family during this tough time.
Terri Badgley left a message on January 4, 2024:
As a lake friend of Vicki’s, I just want to say the world has lost an incredible human. I so enjoyed getting to know her at the lake. She just had incredible compassion, talent, and a genuine heart. She will be greatly missed rest in peace friend thinking of Bill and everyone who loved her.
Phyllis Wowk left a message on January 4, 2024:
Vicki will be truly missed she was such a kind, caring and lovely lady I was fortunate to spend quite a lot of time with her over the last four years and enjoyed her company. Condolences to her family and friends. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️❤️❤️
Susan Nickles left a message on January 4, 2024:
My thoughts are with Billy, Zach, and Kennedy, I met Vickie by a mutal friend, I cleaned her house which Vickie had great taste in decorating, she was a loving and caring person who loved her family with all her heart, we develop and friendship and i enjoyed seeing her and talking on the phone with her, she was such a good woman and I'm going to dearly miss her.
Janet Wayman Hoffman left a message on January 4, 2024:
I grew up in Detroit with Vicki. The 60's was a great era to grow up. It was a blue collar neighborhood, where everyone was kind. I remember the feeling of security growing up there. Vick and the Wroblewski's were part of the fiber of that neighborhood. We all walked to school every morning with all the kids met at our house to start the 9 block journey to school, even in snow storms and rain. None of us ever complained, about anything. One day Karen ( my sister) and Vicki were playing. I wanted to play with them too. Nothing was more fun than hanging out with the big kids. I kept chasing them around Vickis house. I heard Bettys voice call me from the kitchen window. She had just baked a cake and would I like some. Everyone on the street loved Betty and her generous heart. So I had a tough decision to make, cake or catch up to Vicki and Karen. I wisley picked cake and I enjoyed time in the kitchen with just Betty and myself. I enjoyed a good conversation with her and I'm sure Karen and Vicki were glad to finally to be rid of that pesky little sister.
Kevin and Jody Lynn left a message on January 4, 2024:
Rest in peace Vicki.
Thomas McAfee Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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