Vickie was the middle of seven children and loved growing up in Shakopee with her brothers and sisters.
at AM with visitation one hour prior at Ballard-Sunder Funeral & Cremation. Vickie will be laid to rest next to her parents at the Shakopee Catholic Cemetery.
The team that puts together the program, Bonnie Christensen, Jan Shoemaker and Leslie Ingiald should all be commended for the tireless effort they all put into creating a successful and information filled event!
We will be back on September 14th at the new Hewing Hotel in the North Loop for a meeting entitled: Future Tech: Looking at the Next Wave of Technology & How it Will Change Our World.
Chuck and Vickie exchanged wedding vows on June 7, 1975 at St. It was always Vickie’s dream to have four children (two boys and two girls), and her dream eventually came true; Chuck and Vickie were blessed with four wonderful children, Heidi, Heather, Derek and Drew.
In 1980 the Everett family moved into Vickie’s childhood home, and she was able to raise her children in the same house she grew up in. They’d spend the weekends swimming, biking, and sharing stories around the camp fire. While the kids were young Vickie did in-home daycare for many of her nieces and nephews.