We just found out and am so sorry for your loss. She and Bob used to take my mom (Nora Bower) to the casino's in Detroit with them. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
We were so fortunate to have Vickie as our neighbor. She was so good to us and our children. They just adore her. All of us will miss her dearly.
Jackie, Sonie and richie, I am so very sorry for your loss. You and the family are in my thoughts and prayers. I wish I could come be with you all at the funeral but I will be with you in spirit. Lot's of hug's to you all.
I fondly remember Miss Carver - my 2nd grade teacher in 1987. She was always full of energy and had a great passion for teaching. I'm sure she will be missed by everyone who knew her. Go Blue!
Our group just won't be the same without you, Vickie. But we still have the great memories and you will be in our hearts! I'm so glad fate brought us together and that we became lifelong friends. You were always such a trooper, no matter what came along, and an inspiration to me. Love ya lots, and Go Blue!
Sonie,so sorry to hear of your sisters passing. I will be thinking of you during this difficult time. Bev Perry (Ev's Sis)
Vickie and I have known each other since we were in grade school. She was always so much fun and such a wonderful person. I am so glad that we were able to re-connect in the last few years with our "Ida Girls" lunches.
Vickie, you will be missed.
My condolences to Bob, Rich, Jackie, Sonie, Stacey, and the entire family. Vickie was a wonderful person and gave of herself to everyone she knew. She has left wonderful memories for all of us! Prayers to all to help relieve the pain of your lose. God will take care of her now!
Vickie Carver, Carol Butz and I began our careers with SLS at Holland Elementary at the same time. We spent several years teaching together at Holland until Holloway School was opened and they both joined the staff there. Those years working together gave us a bond of friendship and treasured memories that time and distance can not erase. I consider it a blessing and privilege to have known Vickie these many years. Her spirit, enthusiasm and genuine love of learning was always evident in her work with
the many students in her classes. Vickie made a deep impression on those whose lives she touched! She will be greatly missed. My condolences go out to Vickie's family.
I would like to extend my condolences to Miss Carver's family. (She'll always be Miss Carver to the Holland Hornets)She was an amazing teacher who devoted her life to the students who were blessed to be in her class. I have very fond memories of the pilgrim costume and the OH vs MI rallies on the playground as a child at Holland. I pray for peace and comfort and peace for the family. RIP Miss Carver 8-)
Vickie, I'll never forget you, my dear friend from UT. We didn't take all those trips we dreamed about but we had fun while it lasted. You will be greatly missed...My sympathy to her family and Bob.
Words can't begin to express the sadness this news brought to us. Just a wonderful person who faced things with grace and determination. Keep your memories close and depend on your family and friends!
Bob, We were so sorry to hear about Vickie's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Jim and Cel Doherty
I was so sorry to hear of Vickie's passing. I haven't seen her very often over the years but I still remember all the wonderful parties at Len and Gwen Mennitt's house when we were all much, much younger and the time we took a trip to Pennsylvania together. She was a dynamic and courageous person.
To the McKenty family,
I have fond memories of Miss Carver (as I knew her)during my growing up years. She was the teacher to have, and if you didn't have her, boy did you wish you did. All the fun productive things we did in her class, truely made a child's day. She was a class act, and will be dearly missed. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. She is a special lady. Go Bucks Miss Carver!
~Holland Elementary Alum:)
To the entire Carver Family-Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Vickie's Hope and Faith, the names she gave to her two donor kidneys, gave her strength through her years of medical procedures. She didn't like having to go for all the necessary, scheduled check-ups because then she had to re-enter that "medical world" again and she was concerned about any changes the tests would show. She said she just wanted to feel normal, meaning how people who don't have to spend so much time in the "medical world" are allowed to feel. I hope she knew she surpassed normal in so many ways.
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
We send our deepest sympathy. Vivkie was a wonderful person, a terrific teacher and will be greatly missed.