Vicky Reynolds went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on January 14, 2022. Vicky was born in Pittsburg, Kansas on September 13, 1949 to Bill and Madelyn Moyer. At the age of four the family moved to Duncan, and then at the age of seven moved to Norman. Growing up she was a member of Immanuel Baptist Church where she was saved at an early age and later attended Journey church. Vicky graduated from Norman high school and attended Oklahoma University. Vicky started her career at Star Manufacturing. She met her husband Mike while employed there. Throughout her career she had three children Shawn,Scott and Ashley. At the age of 49 she joined Mike in sales. In 2013 her oncologist told her she could no longer work due to her cancer. Vicky was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1998. She never complained of all the chemo throughout the years. She was always positive. Always surprising Dr.Toma and her nurse Vicky. They loved Vicky as much as Vicky loved them. Vicky loved going to the lake house and watching the grandkids tube behind the boat. She was so passionate about spending time with her grandchildren Reagan and Cambrey. She went to every cheer competition and event she could and if not there she was cheering them on at home. Her love for her three Yorkies Bella, Brody and Boomer was indescribable. Vicky was preceded in death by her son Shawn Reynolds, her parents Bill and Madelyn Moyer and her brother Karl Moyer. Survived by her husband Mike Reynolds of 53 years, son Scott Reynolds of Oklahoma City, daughter Ashley and Lindle Coleman of Norman, granddaughters Reagan and Cambrey Brandt, brother-in-law Hal Reynolds and wife Darla of Moore, sister-in-law Terri Moyer of Norman and numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and friends, too numerous to list but equally loved. Vicky poured Christlike love into her family without fail. She shared a contagious positivity about life and richly touched families and friends in all aspects of living. Her wittiness kept everyone smiling. Not only was she extremely beautiful on the outside, she was just as beautiful on the inside. Always loving, always loved.
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