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Vickie L. Neiswonger

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Vickie L. Neiswonger Obituary
Vickie L. Neiswonger, 53, of Erie, passed away on January 7, 2019 at Western Reserve Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center. She was born September 2, 1965 to the late William Howard and Donna Lee (Fox) King, Sr.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Ronald Neiswonger, Sr., two children, Tammy Neiswonger and Ronald Neiswonger, Jr., three brothers, Danny King, William H. King, Jr., Robert King, and sister, Sherry Bucci.

Vickie retired from Verizon. She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and mentoring her daughters on being good mothers. She was an avid nurturer to all children and enjoyed trips to the casino. She was a sister to those who had none. Vickie loved her animals and being cuddled up on the couch with her pop and chips.

She is survived by her children, Matthew Neiswonger (longtime partner, Heather Fosco) of Wesleyville, Pa., Roni Neiswonger of Erie, Nina Neiswonger (husband Duane Overton) of Erie, Nicole Neiswonger (partner Chris Williams) of Erie, Jenna Neiswonger (partner Daquan Husband) of Erie, Samantha Meyers of Erie, Kimberly Neiswonger and Anthony Neiswonger both of Wilkes Barre, Pa. She is also survived by her grandchildren: Vincent, Kristian, Domenic, J.J., Mia, Ketyiah, and Sommer, her brothers and sisters, Brian King of Oklahoma, Dawn King of Erie, David King of Colorado, Stacy Olson of Erie, and Mary Ann Taylor, and two best friends, Dorothy Cornman and Eleanor Steinbaugh.

Arrangements are being handled by the Edward J. Garr Funeral Home, Inc., 459 East 12th Street, Erie, PA 16503. Please send condolences to garrdavisfuneralhome.com.

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Published in the Erie Times-News on Jan. 13, 2019
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