Vicky Lynn Wiebersiek, age 56, of Yankton, South Dakota, died Sunday, February 26, 2017, at Avera Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton after a two year battle with cancer surrounded by her family.
Mass of Christian Burial will be 10:30 AM on Thursday, March 2, 2017, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Yankton with Reverend Larry Regynski officiating. Burial will be in the Hartington City Cemetery in Hartington, Nebraska. Visitation is from 5:00 to 8:00 PM on Wednesday, March 1, 2017, at the Wintz & Ray Funeral Home in Yankton with a rosary at 6:45 PM and a vigil service at 7:00 PM.
Pallbearers are: Mark Ellis, Michael Ellis, Michael Sudbeck, Chris Sudbeck, Andy Miller, Troy Fischer, and Trey McQuay.
Vicky Lynn Wiebersiek was born June 6, 1960 in Deadwood, South Dakota to Leonard and Mary (Ward) Nieman. She grew up and attended school in Hartington, Nebraska. She lived in Hartington for a few years until moving to Worthington, Minnesota and finally to Yankton, South Dakota. While living in Yankton she enjoyed working at the Lewis and Clark Campgrounds.
Vicky was a very caring woman who would help anyone who was in need. She enjoyed planting flowers, camping, but mostly enjoyed spending time with her family and grandchildren. She will always be remembered for her goofy sense of humor and love for her family.
Survivors include her four children: Michael Ellis of Yankton; Mark Ellis of Yankton; Heather Baumbach of Holdrege, Nebraska; and Jamie Blanchar of Yankton; nine grandchildren; her father, Richard Promes of Hartington, Nebraska; three sisters: Kathy (Andy) Miller of Malcolm, Nebraska; Teresa (Troy) Fischer of Hartington; and Susan McQuay of Hartington; and her brother, Michael (Yvonne) Promes of LaVista, Nebraska.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Mary; biological father, Leonard; sister, Julie Sudbeck; brother, John Promes; and two children in infancy, Daniel and Paula.
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I am so sorry for your loss. prayers for you and your family
Please accept our sympathy on the loss of Vicky. We liked serving her here at our library. Vicky was always pleasant and friendly, even in the midst of her physical battles.
Staff of Yankton Community Library
We are so very sorry for your loss. Vicki fought a long and courageous battle and she is now at peace. She was a special lady and will be missed.
Prayers going out to your family whom Vicky always expressed how much she loved. She will be greatly missed. She was such a wonderful, caring, kind woman.
i am so sorry for your loss. i considered her a good friend of mine and im sure she thought they same way about me, i first met vicky when she lived accross the st from me when she lived on cedar, me and my two kids just loved vicky and she was there for me when my mom passed away from stage four lung cancer four yrs ago!!! i am so glad i got too visit with her not that long ago at the lib she couldnt wait for warmer weather to come so she could come to the pool with me and my two kids!!! i cant believe she is gone but then again she had a heart of gold those kinds of people are the ones that always leaves us. but some day we will all see her again and what a joyful day that will be!!! love you vicky rest in peace until we see you again and you are no longer in pain!!! elizabeth and phillip are going to be missing you alot too!!!
kathleen j robinson
Heather, Parker, Jamie Jo, Mark & Michael, Sue, Teresa, Mike, Kathy & Rich I have been thinking about you all for the past months and especially the past week. I am so sorry on the loss of Vicky and I am really sorry I wasn't able to attend the funeral, my son had surgery Monday so I need to be here, I will have you all in my thoughts and prayers coming days, and know I will be with you all Thursday in spirit. I will never forget the memories I have with Vicky or any of you. I am privileged be able to call you all my friends and have those memories also. Just remember we have one heck of a guardian angel watching over us and I'm pretty sure she will do a good job. Vicky is now pain free and is reunited with all of her loved ones in Heaven. So Vicky fly high and watch over us and I will remember you forever. Tell John I said HI lady!! Love ya and miss ya forever. As you would say see ya Wild Woman!!!
I enjoyed meeting Vicky. She was a really nice lady and really loved her family. I know her being gone will leave a big hole in their hearts. Love and peace to them all.
Catherine Clough Eltiste
My deepest sympathies to the family! May you find comfort in the Bible promises of a resurrection. Isaiah 25:8 tells us: He will swallow up death forever, and the sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces." Isaiah 26:19 "Your dead will live. My corpses will rise up. Awake and shout joyfully, you residents in the dust! For you dew is as the dew of the morning and the earth will let those powerless in death come to life."
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