Ripley, Victoria (Vicki)
On Sunday, October 25, 2020, loving mother, sister, grandmother and great-grandmother Victoria (Vicki) Ripley passed away suddenly at the age of 73. Vicki was born in Rochester, NY on March 27, 1947 to Joan Kunow and Rudolph (Rudy) Schultz Jr. Vicki grew up in Canton, OH living with her beloved grandparents, Rudolph Schultz Sr. and Frances (Imhof) Schultz. Vicki remained with her grandparents in Canton and later in Sunrise, FL until they passed.
Vicki had two loves during her life, Franklin (Frank) Johnson who passed unexpectedly. Vicki and Frank had three beautiful children who survive herâ€“ Franklin (Frank) Johnson, Sherry Boudreau (Philip) and Philip Johnson. Vicki then met longâ€”time friend, John Ripley who became the love of her life. They married on Valentineâ€™s Day 1981 and lived in Broward county till 2002 when they decided to move to Okaloosa County were they lived together in heart and soul until he passed. Vicki is survived by Johnâ€™s beautiful daughter, Irene Lineback, her sister, Evelyn Salvatore (Jeff) and brother, Preston Schultz (Sue). Vicki is also survived by 12 grandchildren (Lisa Haney, Zacery Jaksch Kayla Hyatt, Jayden Johnson, Dustin Johnson, Amy Rodriguez, Michael Lineback, Alexis Sorenson, Ryan Ripley, Krystal Ripley, Amber Ripley, Samantha Ripley)and 13 great-grandchildren (Ethan Lineback, Kaylenne Lineback, Ella Lineback, Kaysen Lineback, Katherine Parks, Emily Parks, Gabriella Rodriguez, Michael Haney, Lucy Haney, Mavren Sorensen, Vincent Sorensen, Novaleigh Sorensen and coming soon Naomi Sorensen 2/2021.
Sherry and Philip Boudreau held a special place in Vickiâ€™s heart as well as her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She felt blessed and was thankful every day for her family. Sherry took care of her mother and the two were very close.
Vicki held many careers but found her passion later in life as a cake decorator working at Publix. Besides cake decorating, Vickiâ€™s passions included the Military/veterans, Bingo, taking care of her animals (2-dogs, 3-cats) and her children.
Amy Rodriguez (Granddaughter)
December 19, 2020, 12:00 am
It is hard to imagine you are gone crazy granny. I miss you and love you. I know we will see you again soon. Enjoy your time with Jesus, Frank, and Poppy!