On this day, Friday, October 22nd, 2021, Anna Mae Vickers is worshipping her Savior in all holiness and light in her glorified body in Heaven. Anna Mae is now reunited with those who have gone before her including her husband, Venice Lynwood Vickers, who was her best friend; her sons, Mikael and Randy Vickers; Randy’s wife, Valerie Vickers; her grandchildren, Josiah and Joshua Vickers; her great-great-grandchild, Brody McClenny, her grandson-in-laws, Calvin Quick and Billy Davis; her parents, Elza and Ada Robinson; and siblings: Gladys Pate Hughes, Willy Robinson, Andy Robinson, and Virgil Robinson.
Those remaining to join her in Heaven include her son, Reggie Vickers and fiancé, Denise Peterson; her daughter-in-law, Darlene Vickers; granddaughters: Renee Davis, Qalissa Gibbs (Rod), Lara Quick, Anna Kelvin-Egwa (Kelvin), Misty Vickers Phillips (Jeff) and Raechel Olson (Tim); grandsons: Brian Vickers (Candice), Jonathan Vickers, Timothy Vickers (Mara), Eric Vickers (Julie), Jesse Vickers (Angela), Jason Vickers (Monica) Damon and Josh Smith; great-granddaughters: Selah Vickers, Iva Grace Vickers, Jadyn Solomon-Egwa, Kamyra Kelvin-Egwa, Hannah Vickers, Rose Vickers, Kaitlyn McClenny (Matt) and Gypsy Olson; great-grandsons: Josiah Vickers, Levi Vickers, Roshawn Hintz, Dorien Solomon-Egwa, Henry Vickers, Matthew Vickers, Josef Simmons, Tristan Olson, Gideon Olson, Liam Vickers, Jude Vickers, Luca Vickers, Andrew Davis (Yuna), Jacob Davis, and Morgan Lynwood Quick; great-great grandsons, Aiden McClenny and Lynk Davis; and Anna Mae’s brother, Fred Robinson.
Anna Mae is greatly loved by her family and friends. And she always showed ways to return that unconditional love. Her grandchildren were her pride and joy. Anna Mae was a friend of everyone and her life exemplified the love of Christ. She was born and raised in the Bee Log community in NC. After Lynwood and Anna Mae married, they lived in Thomasville, NC for a short time, and then relocated to Mt. Morris, MI where they both worked in an auto factory. Anna Mae quit to dedicate her time to raising their three sons. Later, Anna Mae decided to return to work and became one of the top Tupperware managers in the United States. When her father began living at Smoky Ridge, formerly known as Brookside, Lynwood and Anna Mae retired to Burnsville, NC so they could be close to him. There, Anna Mae was an active and loyal member of First Baptist Church. Anna Mae had resided at Smoky Ridge for the past three years where she continued to be a blessing to everyone that she came in contact with.
Funeral Services will be held Sunday, October 24th at First Baptist Church in Burnsville at 3 p.m. The family will receive friends and loved ones an hour prior to service time. Rev. Tommy James will officiate. Interment will follow in the Marietta-Atkins Cemetery in Burnsville.
The family wishes to extend a heartfelt thank you to the staff of Smoky Ridge Health & Rehabilitation for their wonderful care of Anna Mae during her final days.
Holcombe Brothers Funeral Home is respectfully serving the Vickers family.
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