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Vicky Sudduth

April 4, 1957 ~ April 25, 2022 (age 65)


Victoria Lee “Vicky” Sudduth (Jones)

Born April 4th, 1957, in Boise, Idaho.

#3 daughter to Dean and Judy Jones, one of six children.

Attended Jackson Elementary, West Junior High and Borah High School, graduating in 1975.

I had an idyllic childhood, playing in the fields and plum orchard near our home, riding Foxy our pony, riding bikes, pheasant hunting with my dad, swimming in canals and floating the Boise River. I was very active in 4-H (my mother was the 4-H leader!), baton twirler in 8th grade, cheerleader in 9th grade, sang in the church and school choirs, pep club member and drill team member junior and senior year. Voted Prom Queen my senior year at the Junior/Senior Prom.

My parents had amazing friends and I share wonderful memories with the Morgan’s, Quickstad’s, Cafferty’s, Patterson’s, and Wigle’s! I was able to travel twice to Europe. The first time my wonderful parents sent me along with my siblings on a 7-country tour. It was an amazing bonding time and I cherish the memories! In 2014, I traveled with my mother and Piper to Germany to visit Cody. Such a glorious time was had by all! We also traveled to Bavaria and Budapest!

Attended one year at University of Idaho, pledging Delta Gamma Sorority.

Married my high school sweetheart, Mike Chase, in 1976. 3 children were born to this union, Cody in 1979, Jade in 1981, and Sunny in 1983. Divorced in 1986.

Married Kerby Sudduth December 1988. 1 very special child was born to this union, Isaac “Ike” in 1991.

Hobbies included reading, gardening, baking, and eating.

I had an in-home daycare for 20 years in order to be home to raise my children. I have always loved children and helped raise my sibling’s children! I was a medical transcriptionist for 10 years, worked at the Eagle UPS store and several local Walgreens. Retired in May of 2018 to spend time with my mother who had cancer. A gift that my mother gave me early in life was to always look for the good in everyone. Focus on that and you will get along with almost everyone!

I was diagnosed with peritoneal cancer in August of 2018. CANCER SUCKS! My wonderful husband, Kerby, and my children took loving care of me! I am very grateful that I was cared for so excellently at St. Alphonsus Cancer Care Center. Everyone who works there is so kind and friendly. A special thanks to Dr. Andrew Pierson, all of the Jessica’s, his nurse practitioners, staff and especially the chemo nurses. I always appreciated their smiles and gentle treatment. God bless all of you!

Preceded in death by father, Dean Jones and mother, Judy Jones. Leaves behind husband Kerby, son Cody (Julia), son Jade (Alex), daughter Sunny, and son Isaac and grandkids: Daenan (Jade), and Scarlet (Sunny). Also leaves behind sister Becky Waxman (Eric), sister Candy Sinclair (Bill), sister Penne Crook (Blair), brother Barry Jones (Trish), and sister Piper Levandoske (Colyn), and many nieces and nephews.

I became a Christian in Junior High School and renewed my faith at Boise Friends Church with Pastor Harold Antrim.

There will be no public services. A private scattering of ashes will be carried out by my family and close friends. In lieu of flowers, please take a family member or friend out to lunch, tell them that you truly appreciate them and love them very much!

Romans 5: Therefore, since we have been justified through faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom we have gained access by faith into this grace in which we now stand. And we boast in the hope of the glory of God. Not only so, but we also glory in our sufferings because we know that suffering produced perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope. And hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured out into our hearts through the Holy Spirit, who has been given to us.

Some fine morning when this life is over, I’ll fly away! To a home on God’s celestial shore, I’ll fly away! I’ll fly away Oh Glory, I’ll fly away! When I die hallelujah by and by, I’ll fly away!


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