Obituary of Victoria June Hall
Byron, GA-Victoria June Hall, 75, passed away on Thursday, March 25, 2021. A funeral service is scheduled for Sunday, March 28, 2021, 3:00PM in the chapel of Heritage Memorial Funeral Home. A visitation for family and friends is from 2PM until 3PM on Sunday, one hour before the service. Burial will follow the service in Parkway Memorial Gardens. Pastor Fred Fies will officiate. All attendees are strongly encouraged to wear a mask and observe the recommended social distance of six feet.
Vickie was born August 1, 1945 in Flagstaff, Arizona to the late Nat Curley, Sr. and Ora Curley. A Native American, belonging to the Navajo Nation, at one time, strutted her stuff and won the crown as a Navajo Princess for one of the Nation’s Pageants in Shiprock, New Mexico. In addition to her beautiful charm, Vickie enjoyed cooking, sewing, and making Navajo jewelry. She decided to put her culinary skills to work as a nutritionist for the Houston County Board of Education system of schools. Vickie loved to worship with her church, the Bible Baptist Temple in Warner Robins. She was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother, and everyone who knew her will miss her. In addition to Vickie’s parents, her grandson, Elijah Snook; her sisters: Virginia Sanderson and Velma Cleveland; and brother-in-law, Johny Lomayesya precede her in death.
Vickie leaves behind her husband of forty-eight years, Wayne Lamar Hall; daughters: Debra Phillips (Troy), Amy Bell (Travis), and Leota Snook (Braxton); grandchildren: Sunni and Savannah Bell; Greg Phillips; brother, Nat Curley, Jr. (Angie); sister, Frances Lomayesya; and many nieces and nephews.
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