Vicky Lynn Taylor, 55, passed away at St. Vincent’s Regional Hospital on June 19, 2017 after a hard fought battle with cancer. She was born in Anderson on January 5, 1962 to Earl and Glendora Sink.

Vicky attended Anderson High school. She lived for a few years in Kentucky then returned to Anderson to take care of her husband, home, and children.
Vicky enjoyed many interests including BINGO at AmVets and Alexandria, watching soap operas, listening to ACDC, and IU basketball. Vicky was a strong woman and was determined to live life in goodness and love.
Left to cherish Vicky’s memory is her husband, Rick; children, Dustin, Matthew, Tricia, and Kyle; the lights of her life, granddaughters Keyleigh and Skylar; mother, Glendora; sister, Terry (Danny) Stafford; many nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles and friends; and special longtime friend, Les Whitefield.
Preceding Vicky in death is her father, Earl; brother, Ricky; and father and mother-in-law, Ernie and Patty Taylor.
The family wishes to thank the staff in CCU and ICU at St. Vincent Regional in Anderson for their love and care of Vicky. They treated her as if she were one of their own.
A celebration of Vicky’s life will be held on Saturday, June 24, at 1:00 PM at Cross Roads United Methodist Church. Pastor John Hackney will preside.
Please make donations in Vicky’s memory to Cross Roads United Methodist Church, 2000 North Scatterfield Road, Anderson, Indiana, 46012.
Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services assisted the family.

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  1. Vicky, there just isn’t enough words tell you how much you will be missed. You were loved by so many people. I find comfort in knowing you are in the arms of God and all of our loved ones. Especially your daddy and your brother Ricky. They all welcomed you with open arms. You are no longer in pain or suffering. You are free of all that you battled with over the years. You are now in the arms of an Angel. You will be greatly missed and I love you my sweet cousin. Always and forever. 💜😘

  2. We are going to miss you Vicky and how you made us laugh with some of the quirky things you would say at family and holiday dinners! Rest easy now and we will all keep you in our memories and hearts forever!

  3. Dear Vicky, I’m so sorry we have lost you and all the suffering you’ve done in your life time. We have known each other since we were about 7 years old. I remember you would be visiting your parents and I would be visiting mine we would meet out on the sidewalk and we would just laugh over something one of us said. Memories like that of you are always in my memories of you where they will always stay. You did the best you could with the things that were dealt to you. Know you are in my thoughts and prayers. Theresa

  4. Aunt Vicky, gosh it’s still hard to believe. You are so strong and I miss you. I take comfort in knowing your with grandpa and Ricky but I wish you were here. Know I’ll always cherish our memories and trips to shady side. I’ll remember our last time together laughing at the snap chat photos and our crazy walks in the park with mamaw. May your soul be free but always love for you in our hearts. Until we meet again ❤️

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