Obit: Vicky McNeely Sanders

July 26, 1965 – February 8, 2019

Vicky McNeely Sanders, age 53, passed away on February 8, 2019. She was born July 26, 1965 to Victor and Dixie McNeely.

Vicky attended Negreet Elementary School and later graduated from Many High School. She pursued her passion of cosmetology; a perfect fit for her warm personality and creative mind. Vicky worked and raised her daughters in Natchitoches, Louisiana.

Full of life, Vicky was a vibrant person. Her bright eyes and sincere presence brought smiles to all she met. Her capacity to find the gold in others was unmatched. Vicky preferred taking the scenic route, enjoyed local artists and loved summer days on Cane River Lake. She was compassionate, resilient and a prayer warrior. Her greatest pleasure came from being a mother, and she also deeply treasured her friends.

Vicky was preceded in death by her parents Victor and Dixie McNeely; her brother Larry McNeely and her maternal grandmother Darlene Dillard. Her legacy continues in the lives of her daughters Brooklynn Sanders and Alexis Sanders.

A memorial service will be held Thursday, February 14, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. Please join us to celebrate the life of Vicky at Freedom Life Church, 1530 Keyser Avenue, Natchitoches, Louisiana.

A love fund for Vicky’s daughters has been established at City Bank & Trust.

11 thoughts on “Obit: Vicky McNeely Sanders

  1. Girls you’re mother was an Amazing beautiful friend and you girls were her everything! May you always remember her laugh and her love for you both! May she Rest In Peace ❤️I love you guys so much! ❤️

  2. She was an amazing and beautiful woman who loved everyone! She loved life and her girls, which are amazing! Love you all and praying for peace and comfort for the family!!

  3. She was a very sweet lady. I am so sorry for her daughter’s loss. My oldest daughter and Brooklyn went to school together.

  4. Vicky babysat my children her senior year in high school while I attended NSU at night! My kids and I loved her. I know she will be greatly missed. Prayers for her daughters for comfort in the days to follow.

  5. My heart is so heavy. I’m praying for her daughters and friends. Look forward to that wonderful reunion one day 💔🙏

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