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Vickie Revis

SALISBURY, Virginia

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My sister is my Hero For 7 years she refused to surrender She set her terms battle she amazed us all Some Dr.'s would not operate so she went else ware They told her she could not eat or drink she had steak She won the battle She died on her terms not there's

Ms. Vickie,
You always be in my heart and will miss you dearly. Love you always, Jennifer

Fly high,my prayers and thoughts are with your family and I hope they are comforted with the thoughts that you are no longer hurting and you are cancer free. R.I.P. Vickie

Vickie, your brave fight is over, you were a inspiration to us all. God saw you needed rest and he called you home. Dear Mom, Granny, Sister & Friend you will live on in our hearts and memories forever. Until we meet again its not goodbye but see ya later. I love you always!!! Lisa

Your brave fight is over, you've been a inspiration to us all. God saw you needed rest and called you home. You'll live forever now in our hearts and memories dear Mom, Granny, Sister & Friend. Until we meet again, it's not goodbye but see ya later. I love you Always!!!! Lisa

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Vickie L. RevisSALISBURY - Vickie Lee Revis, 61, of Salisbury, passed away on Thursday, Sept. 5, 2013. Vickie was born on Sept. 1, 1952, in Wayland, N.Y., a daughter of the late Forrest Erwin and Emma Mary Desmond. Vickie was a graduate of East High School in Rochester, N.Y. Vickie was a CNA, a...

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