Vicki Mullins Skolds passed away on May 14th, 2023. She was born January 3rd, 1949, to Viva Robertson and John Mullins in Gastonia, North Carolina. Preceding her death was her grandmother and grandfather, Virginia (Mimi) Wyatt and Lawrence Wyatt, her mother Viva Robertson, her father John Mullins, and her beloved aunts and uncles: James Wyatt, Donald Wyatt, Margaret Boehler, and Johnny Wyatt. Vicki adored the dogs she had throughout life and preceding her death, she had to say tearful goodbyes to Heidi, Tigger, Winston, and Oliver as they passed away over the years.
If you knew Vicki, you knew she adored her home. She loved decorating and was very creative. She loved antique furniture and would always have a place waiting for just the right piece. Shopping for her home was one of her favorite pastimes with her friends.
Vicki tended to find a friend and hold on to them for life. She kept her friends from high school, her marriage and after. Her friendly nature welcomed everyone into her home. She loved her home, decorating, spending time with her children, grandchildren, and friends. Vicki’s sense of humor would keep her friends and family laughing at family gatherings or just visits with her children. Her neighbors in Ocala adored her and looked after her over the past few years. She never met a stranger, and we are all very saddened by her death.
Vicki adored her children and grandchildren. Cards would show up for her grandkids at any given time with just a “thinking of you” headline or a simple note to tell them that she loved them. We all felt her love and will continue to do so now that she is gone.
Vicki leaves behind her children-Linsey Skolds (Dave) of Bexley, Ohio and John Skolds (Serena) of San Diego, California. Her grandchildren-Finley Moffett and Laken Moffett, and the father of her children, Jack Skolds, all who loved her so very much.
Services will be private and at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, her children ask that you donate to the National Kidney Foundation at: https://www.kidney.org/.
Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home, 130 West 1st North Street, Summerville, SC 29483. www.parksfuneralhome.com
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