In Memory

Victoria Kreissle



 
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07/02/15 08:13 PM #1    

LouAnn Bronson

 

 

I have such fond memories of Vickie ...she was bright and had such a great sense of humor. I will treasure our High school friendship and the Friday nights when we would cruise around Keene in my " Wokes Vagan " ....you will be sorely missed .... Peace Vickie !

LouAnn 

 


07/09/15 07:30 PM #2    

Wendy Rafford

Thanks to Lou Ann Bronson's dedicated pursuit of trying to find out details of the recent passing of our classmate and friend, she  was able to connect with Karen her only living relative-sister who was kind enough to offer this memory of Vicki .

Vickie Kreissle passed away on June 10th, 2015 peacefully with her sister at her side. Vickie lived a life filled with adventure, intrigue, and excitement. She was a world traveler and worked as a travel agent for many years where she was a master at getting her customers to their destination. She visited many places around the world, backpacking through South America, riding camels in the Mohave Desert, bartering for purchases in Bangkok and Hong Kong. She lived through three earth quakes, which fueled her passion to travel even more. For many years she lived in California where she hiked, camped, and taught English to Cambodia women. In California, she fell in love with Calla Lilly's, which became her favorite flower. She had a beloved cat named Kitty Kat. She resided in Keene for the last six years where she battled many diseases that finally took her life. Through this difficult time she continued to care for others, was kind and gentle to those who needed help. She was a light of life and will be surely missed.
 

07/10/15 03:35 PM #3    

Theresa Parenteau

Vicki Kreissle became a friend at St. Joe's when I returned to live in Keene after 10 years. We had  a special moment in 8th grade when we exchanged secrets about something that frightened us. This came just after a rather scary and rambling lecture from Sister Irmalita, our teacher. I never forgot the comfort of being able to tell a friend why I was so upset, and have her reciprocate. 

I'm sad to hear that Vicki has passed, and that she had suffered illnesses over the the past 6 years, but relieved to hear that she was comforted by her sister. I've wondered about her over the years, and it's wonderful to learn that she lived such an interesting life after high school and traveled the world. 

Rest in peace, Vicki. You were special. 


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