BuiltWithNOF

1964

Vickie Lebsock Alexander

I am so sad to be posting that my Awesome Mother Vickie Lebsock passed away In the early hours June 9th, 2014..Class of 1964.. she was so excited for her 50th reunion and she did attend 1day and told me about her wonderful life long friends.. Mom was diagnosed 2 1/2 months ago with Stage 4 pancreatic and she fought a hard battle.. I will post details of services as soon.. May my Mommy be one with the Angels... 12/19/46-6/9/2014.. Love You Mom!!!!

Jennifer Alexander-Lesher

50-Year Reunion Bio

Vicky studied interior design, real estate, paralegal studies, and also became a Notary. She retired as a San Bernardino County Child Support Officer and her last few years she was an active Real Estate Agent. She was single with two children, two grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Her second great-grandbaby was born March 30, 2014, giving Vickie the chance to meet this new family member.

Vicky was very interested in history and in the pursuit of that she was a Docent for the Ontario Museum of History and Art. She also liked spending time doing local history research and research on her own family history.

She was an invaluable member of the reunion committee and served up till she became too sick to do so any longer, not knowing what was wrong other than she just didn’t feel well and was in a lot of pain. Shortly before the reunion, she was diagnosed stage-4 pancreatic cancer and didn’t tell anyone on the committee or any of our classmates what was going on until the week following the reunion.

Vickie was only at the reunion for a very short time early Friday night. She left before it got dark; she was feeling so sick and didn’t say anything to anyone. It was just all of a sudden she was gone and we didn’t even get a chance to get her photo. She wanted so badly to attend Saturday night, but just felt too sick and too weak to even get ready for it or to even attempt to attend. Vickie passed away on Monday, June 9, 2014, just about 2 ˝ months following the diagnosis of her advanced condition.  Vickie was greatly loved and missed by family, friends and classmates.