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Vicky Sikes

Vicky Jean Sikes

June 11, 1957 - November 11, 2020
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Obituary

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Vicky Jean (Conley) Sikes, 63, Seneca, MO, passed into eternal rest at 9:44am, November 11, 2020 at Mercy Hospital in Joplin, MO after an illness.

Vicky Jean Conley was born June 11, 1957 in Butler, MO the daughter of Vernon Doyle and Mary Ellen (Moore) Conley. Vicky was a 1975 graduate of the Butler High School and also a 1978 graduate of Ozark Bible Institute. Vicky was a faithful Christian woman and she also played the piano for many of years for church services. She was a member of the Seneca Assembly of God in Seneca, MO where she was very involved. Vicky loved playing the piano, reading, shopping (especially for her Kids and grandkids). Vicky loved spending time with her family and church family.

Vicky Jean Conley married Denny Sikes June 2, 1978 in Neosho, MO and together they have served in ministry 42 years.

Survivors include her husband Pastor Denny Sikes, Seneca; two sons, Josh Sikes and wife Lilias, Seneca and Caleb Sikes and wife Amanda, Seneca; one daughter, Aimee Still and husband Eric, Macon, MO; Siblings, James Conley and wife Kay, Butler, MO, Janice Keeler, Joplin, MO, Mina Miller, Neosho, MO and Eva Hargrave and husband Donald, Daingerfield, TX; grandchildren, Taylor, Chloe, Tanner, Gabe, Payne, Joshua and Bentlee; 16 nieces and nephews and a host of church family and friends.

The family will receive friends from 4 to 5 pm, Sunday, November 15, 2020 at the Seneca Assembly of God.

Funeral services under the personal direction of Campbell-Biddlecome Funeral Home, Seneca, MO will be held at 10:00am, November 16, 2020 at the Seneca Assembly of God with Jim Laudell officiating. Burial will be in the Seneca Cemetery with Payne Sikes, Gabe Sikes, Tanner Still, Randy Morris, Gary Bridges, Eddie Cravin, David Ackerson and Don Higinbotham serving as pallbearers. Honorary Pallbearers will be Taylor Still, Chloe Sikes, Josh Sikes and Bentlee Still.

Vicky loved the color purple, to honor her people are welcome to wear something purple to the funeral services.

In lieu of flowers the family has requested that memorial contributions be made to the Seneca Assembly of God Youth and Children’s Ministry in care of the Campbell-Biddlecome Funeral Home PO Box 380 Seneca, MO 64865.

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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Sunday November 15, 2020 | 4:00pm - 5:00pm
    When
    Sunday November 15, 2020 4:00pm - 5:00pm
    Location
    Seneca Assembly of God
    Address
    2310 Cherokee Ave
    SENECA, MO 64865
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  • Service

    Monday November 16, 2020 | 10:00am
    When
    Monday November 16, 2020 10:00am
    Location
    Seneca Assembly of God
    Address
    2310 Cherokee Ave
    SENECA, MO 64865
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  • Interment

    Location
    Seneca Cemetery
    Address
    Seneca Cemetery
    739-741 Cemetery Rd, Seneca, MO 64865
    SENECA, MO 64865
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Judy lofland

Posted at 04:00pm
I got to know Vickie about a year ago. I knew her but did’t really get to visit with her. My father in law Charles Lofland was in the Seneca home place with her and they visited and had lots of laughs. She was so easy to talk to and I just loved her personality. Never had any complaints. She was always sharing Gods love to others!
I want to be like that! It’s such a great testimony!!
My heart is heavy for the family and for her Husband Pastor Sikes. He is a true man of God and a great minister!! Praying God continues to bless In your ministry!
Love and prayers
Judy& Doug Lofland
RH

Robert Harrison

Posted at 01:01pm
Heaven is sounding sweeter al the time. God Bless Each of You. Vicky was a very very special lady, she has gone on ahead, but not for long. We will meet again very soon. Our Prayers are with You. Bob and Daylene Harrison
EH

Eva Hargrave

Posted at 11:37pm
Vicky is my sister and 4 years older than I. She was number 5 of 6 children. I was #6 of 6 children. When I got old enough we did everything together. We walked to and from school together. We slept in the same bed tho we had separate beds, I always ended up in bed with her. She was my protector. She and I did not grow up as typical kids. We were the nerds that sit on the front porch with our radio tuned to Christian music. I can’t tell you who sang pop songs in the late 60s early 70s, but I can tell you about the Singing Rambos, Andrae Crouch, and I knew JD Sumner held the record for singing the lowest bass note.
I collected stamps, and Vicky took piano lessons. I played with dolls, and Vicky practiced the piano. I drew pictures, and Vicky sat on the piano bench playing out of the hymnal. I rode my scooter up and down the street, and Vicky was practicing for a recital. I played with my nieces and nephews, and Vicky played the piano. Do you see a pattern here?
But when I was in trouble, I usually went to Vicky first. I remember one time I had something on the back of my ear. I went to Vicky to ask her to look at it. She looked at it and quickly exclaimed, “Eva, that’s a bug. Go show that to momma, now!” Goodness it had been there for days. (I think). Mom took one look at it and said, “that’s a tick. Don’t be rolling around in the grass anymore.” And she carefully removed it.
Then there was church. We grew up in church. We went to church 3 times a week rain, shine, sleet or snow and often went to revivals, Sunday School conferences and CA rallies. Vicky liked to pray around the altar whereas I was more of a spectator. She was the participator.
Vicky suffered from eczema, psoriasis, and many other things as a young person. But she never complained. There’s a scripture that comes to mind. Be joyful in hope. Patient in affliction and Faithful in prayer. Romans 12:12. That scripture was very much Vicky’s whole life. She never complained in her affliction. I’d call her and ask, “how ya doin’?” She’d say, “not too bad.” But I knew she was feeling bad because I grew up with her. I knew when she felt bad. I could hear it in her voice. But others would never know she was feeling bad.
She was an encourager.....always. I never knew her any other way. My sweet sister, Vicky left this world at 9:44am 11/11/2020. She now has a glorified body with never a care nor reason to complain. Gone but never forgotten. Miss you already, my friend, my confidant, my protector, my sister, Vicky.
RIP, sis. I love you BIG!
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