Vicki Lynn Ferguson • November 2, 2020

Vicki Lynn Ferguson, 67, of Pensacola, Florida went to be with her Lord and Savior on November 2nd, 2020. She was born in Mishawaka, Indiana on January 15th, 1953 to Ernest and Norma Millette. Her family moved to Pensacola, Florida at an early age. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, sister -in -law, and friend.
Vicki served her country honorably in the United States Marine Corps. Upon discharge she was a military wife devoted to her active duty husband, and loving nurturing mother to her two children. The happiest times in her life were the birth of her two sons, and being stationed in Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaii sharing their lives together.
Vicki loved Christmas time and enjoyed so much decorating her home with her special touch for her family and friends. She was very talented and gave of her time to her church family at Olive Baptist in Pensacola. She was part of the Prayer Shawl Ministry as well as contributing to the ladies quilting efforts there at church. To this day Vicki sponsored needy children through the World Vision Organization, and the medically needy children of St. Jude’s children’s hospital.
Vicki is preceded in death by her parents, and her youngest son Corey Michael Ferguson, and her father-in-law Jack M. Ferguson Sr.
Vicki is survived by her family and friends that loved her dearly. Her husband Michael, and her oldest son Brenton (Megan) her beautiful grandson Porter.
Her brother Barry (Becky), nephews, Jeff and Craig Millette, Kameron Belich (Taylor). Cousins Lori and Carla. Her mother-in-law Vera Ferguson, her brothers-in-law Jack M. Ferguson Jr., Paul T. Ferguson, sister-in-law Nancy Paulk (Guinn), and family friend Frankie Gaffney.
Vicki’s special friend from church Debbie George, and longtime friend Ann Gatterdam.
Our family wishes to express our heartfelt thanks to the Surgical Intensive Nursing Unit and all other medical staff at Baptist Hospital for their tireless efforts in caring for Vicki during these trying times. Caregivers are indeed very special people. My dear Vicki, you are surrounded by love…

  1. Ann Gatterdam says:

    RIP my dear friend Vicki!!! You are my BFF forever. I will miss all that we did together as friends, like our love for decorating, shopping at Alyssa’s, sunning at the pool and eating. Those are just a few, there were so many. We never had an outing where we didn’t laugh hysterically at least once or twice! Vicki made me a better person. I had to watch my sometime colorful language due to her Christian faith. Vicki would give you the shirt off her back. She was very generous and enjoyed making other people happy. You will be dearly missed my friend!!! Love you always, your friend Ann

  2. Nancy Paulk says:

    My sweet sister… thank you for teaching me how to cross- stitch. You always had a talent with sewing and decorating. My brother and Brenton will miss you so much,as we all will, but will treasure all our memories. I’m so happy baby Porter got to spend time with you. Rest in peace! We love you!

  3. Michael Ferguson says:

    My Dear Vicki,
    Immense joy and peace as your soul drifted to heaven, I saw it in your face…

    Immense sorrow for me as I am left behind for now… Our time together went by in a blink.

    I will always be with you, you are in my heart. I will love you forever and ever.

    Dear God hold her in your embrace…let her feel my love through you… dream of us…Michael

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