Vickie Jo Stapleton

January 24, 2020

Vickie Jo Stapleton was born in San Diego, California on August 25, 1954 to parents Luther Cleveland Stapleton and Bessie Viola Stapleton, maiden name Berry. She spent most of her life in Wichita Falls and Fort Worth, Texas. She graduated at O. D. Wyatt High School in Fort Worth with the class of 1972. She studied accounting and worked for the United States Postal Service, retiring after 34.5 years of service and dedication. Vickie was most passionate about people and her faith as a Christian, with the Lord Jesus Christ as her savior. She also loved to watch movies, play games, puzzles and read. Vickie was known as Aunt Bibbie to her nephews and nieces, who distinctly remember her scrumptious banana pudding with vanilla wafers for family gatherings and holidays. Love, affinity, connection and family were her most important values, as she never missed a family members birthday or holiday blessings. She moved to Colorado in 2017 to live with family and passed at Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins on January 24th, 2020 from natural causes. Vickie is missed dearly and survived by her sister Theresa Shaw, nephew Cody Shaw, niece Paige Shaw, 2 great-nephews, 2 great-nieces, 1 great-great nephew and 1 great-great niece. Vickie is also survived by a few cousins, including Leo Andres. Burial services for Vickie Stapleton take place at Liberty Hill Cemetery in San Augustine, Texas on Wednesday February 12th at 1:00 PM.

Funeral arrangements under the direction of Cason Monk-Metcalf.

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