Vicky Lynne Warren was born September 25, 1962 in Kansas City, Kansas. She was the first child born to Anita Mobiley (White) and Cleveland Warren.
Vicky was raised in Kansas City, Kansas by her mother Anita and Paul Mobiley Jr. She attended and graduated from Wyandotte High School in 1981, then went on to obtain her CMA license.
In 1988 she moved to Oklahoma and made it her home, living there for 32 years.
As a single mother Vicky was tasked with raising her six children; Keisha, Quira, Ayanna, Vallonna, Victor and Carvell. She also happily stepped in when necessary to help care for her grandchildren. Family was one of the most important things to Vicky and she was always there when called upon. She also loved and cared for her pets.
Vicky carried many titles, loving granddaughter, daughter, mother, aunt, sister, grandmother, great grandmother and friend. She loved spending time with people and never met a stranger.
Vicky was a hard worker with many talents. She worked in many professions, such as a nursing assistant, dietary aide, and housekeeper at numerous nursing homes. She was a cook at Specialty Select Hospital. She worked as a factory worker and food services worker at various establishments. Her final place of employment was ATC Drivetrain where she had been employed for more than 7 years.
Vicky left her earthly life on Tuesday, November 24th 2020, at Baptist Integris Hospital, in Oklahoma City, to be rejoined with her father, and brother.
She attended Judah Christian Assembly Church in Oklahoma City and had accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior.
She was preceded in death by her father Cleveland, and her brother Kevin. She is survived by her mother, Anita Mobiley; brother, Paul Mobiley III; sister, Rita Brown (Anthony); daughters, Keisha Corbin (Anthony), Quira Hollowell, Ayanna Warren, Vallonna Warren; sons, Victor Wrenn, Carvell Wrenn; thirteen grandchildren, one great granddaughter, one niece, and one nephew.
Vicky was a friend to all. She was definitely one of a kind, and her family and friends will cherish her loving heart in memory forever.