On Sunday, September 23, 2018 Vicki went to her final home in heaven to be with the lord and to reunite with her son.
Vicki recently visited her hometown of Tompkinsville Kentucky where she was born to Esta V. and Doris Wood Eubank on August 15, 1947 in the home of her grandparents Yateman and Pearl Wood.
Vicki attended school in Monroe County and was in the class of 1965 at Tompkinsville High School.
She relocated from Kentucky to Houston Texas in 1977 working in finance as one of the top account representatives in the industry and continued to work until her retirement 9 years ago. Since then she enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and reconnecting with family and friends. She loved the Monroe County and Tompkinsville history sites and spent hours discussing the pictures and events in Monroe County history.
She was vibrant, outgoing and never let anything stop her once her mind was set on something. She was unique, never one to go with the flow. You didn’t always know what to expect but if you knew her you knew to expect something. She was never typical in anything she did even music maybe gospel or could be Aerosmith, Kid Rock or all 3 in 1 day. She assisted numerous up and coming co – workers with learning and understanding what they needed to do to be prosperous and efficient in the business they were in. Many years there were people at her home for holidays because they had no family in the area and she didn’t want them to be alone.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Esta V. Eubank, Jr and Doris W. Gray, Son – William Randall Kendall and brothers David Eubank and Brad Gray.
Those left to celebrate her life are, her daughters, Rageena Goodman (Jock) and Robin Ivie (Adam), her son Jeffrey Ryan Ivie, daughter in law Lori Kendall. Grandchildren: Kristinna Rodriguez (Noel), Laurin Hatchett, Thomas Miller (Karen), Jordan Kendall, Michael Goodman, Elissa Palacios, Alayna Palacios, Nicholas Palacios and Robyn Gray. Great Grandchildren: Kristian and Olivia Rodriguez.