After a lengthy battle with Multiple Sclerosis, Vicki Ella Snowberger was called home to the Lord on May 6, 2024, at the age of 75.

She was born in Goshen, New York on October 25, 1948, and graduated high school from Valley Central High School in Montgomery, New York in 1966.

In October of 1966, Vicki married James Snowberger. Immediately after their wedding, Jim and Vicki were transferred to Germany with the Air Force, then returned to the states in 1969. Together, they have been stationed in Topeka, KS, Burns Flat, OK, Peru, IN and when Jim retired, returned to Burns Flat.

They have lived there since 1979.

Vicki was a homemaker and she worked as a teacher’s aide at Burns Flat Elementary School until MS took over her life in 2000.

Vicki was a wonderful mother and grandmother. Not only did she take care of her own children, but she also fed and took care of many of their friends and neighbors.When she wasn’t running the sidelines with her oldest son at his football games, she was feeding the football team before the games. Nobody went without when Vicki was around.

She is survived by her husband Jim of the home, three children: Amy Lorenz and her husband Steve of Isabella, OK, Michael Snowberger of Abbott, TX, and Blair and Mandy Snowberger of Oak Harbor, WA. She has five grandchildren: Ben Boling and his wife Tiffany of Edmond, OK, Mac Boling and his wife Nikki of Okarche, OK, Hannah Snowberger of Princeton, TX, Lauren Snowberger of San Antonio, TX, and Avarie Snowberger of Oak Harbor, WA. She also has one great-grandchild Tinley Boling.

She was deeply loved and will be greatly missed. Donations can be made to the National MS Society in lieu of flowers.