VICKI RENE HALLMARK

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Vicki Rene Hallmark, 52, of Conroe, Texas, and previously of League City and Houston, Texas, died suddenly and unexpectedly on Sunday, October 12, 2014, as a result of fall in her home. She was born in Houston on February 10, 1962, and was the daughter of Marsha Ann Cunningham Krezel and Alexander A. Krezel. She is survived by her parents, by her brothers Gene Good, Jr. of Montgomery, Texas, Michael Alley of Austin, Texas, and Tony Krezel of Salt Lake City, Utah, and by many, many friends. Vicki attended St. Anne Catholic School and graduated from Marion High School, both in Houston, Texas. She then attended Texas A&M University before graduating with honors from Bryan Public School of Vocational Nursing in Bryan, Texas. Vicki worked for many years as an LVN, first in Tennessee and then for 23 years with Kelsey-Seybold Clinic in various Kelsey-Seybold offices around the Houston area, with one break to spend a couple of years in Venezuela. At various times, she worked as an office nurse, an ENT and allergy nurse, an allergy and immunology nurse, a pediatric nurse, a family practice nurse, and an internal medicine nurse. Vicki particularly enjoyed the many weekends she spent with the Hash House Harriers, where she had many close friends. She had a personality that lit up a room, and she is sorely missed. A graveside service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, October 17th, at Forest Park Westheimer Cemetery, Westheimer Rd. at Dairy Ashford Rd., in Houston, with Dr. Jerry Neff of the First United Methodist Church of Conroe officiating.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Animal Shelter Volunteers of Texas (ASVT), P.O. Box 476, Montgomery, Texas 77356.

You may leave written tributes to the family at www.shmfh.com


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