Victoria L. Marler
December 18, 1946- October 10, 2021
Preceded in death by husband, Robin Earl Marler; great-grandson, Sailor; parents, Charlotte and Sylvester Yanken. Survived by children: Kelly Marie Sichta (Jeff), Kasey Earll Marler (Julie), Korie Lynn Marler, Kyle James Marler (Julie); 8 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; niece and nephew.
The family will receive friends Wednesday, October 13th from 5pm to 7pm at the West Center Chapel. FUNERAL SERVICE: Thursday, October 14th at 11am at West Center Chapel. Interment: Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery. In remembrance of he mother, memorials are suggested to the Alzheimer’s Association.
To view a live broadcast of the Funeral Service, please go to www.heafeyheafey.com and click the “View Live Cast” button on the home page.
We are sad and sorry for your loss of your mom, she was a good person and friend. Praying for your strength and peace knowing she is with her Lord.
We are very sorry for your loss. Love and prayers for the whole family.
Vicki was an incredible woman. I am grateful to have been neighbors and friends. May God bless her family. I am sure she and Robyn had a sweet reunion. We will pray for your family to have peace.
To the entire Marler family-my sincere condolences and I’m very sad to hear the passing of. Vicki. I have you all in my thoughts and prayers.
Oh, how we will miss that smile! Vicki brought so much love and laughter into our life. We will be telling Vicki and Robin stories for years to come! Our hearts go out to the family at this time.
She was such a bright soul. I remember this past year for Valentine’s Day our girls and us dropped off flowers and a card. She welcomed us in making us feel like family. The girls take their time to warm up to people but they warmed up instantly to her. There was something special about her that made them want to perk up that night. She will be missed. We know she will be in a better place with the Lord and are so happy for her wonderful life she loved ❤️ We are so sorry for your loss, but know that heaven has gained!
So sorry for your loss of your mom She will be blessed with the angels
Sorry I well not be able to attend the funeral, I well watch it online. I pray for all of you to find peace and love in each other. Its been a hard year for you and you need to hang together. Love you all !!
Sad time for the family but a great reunion with Robin
We are so sorry for your family’s loss. Ever since Kori and Trisha became good friends, then through our friendship, she was always a there and a part of it. Our family mourns with yours. God bless you all!
So sorry I well not be able to attend the services but I well watch the live cast, I am sending prayers to all of you.
Family….I am so sorry I cannot be with you today. Hugs to you all. May your wonderful memories get you through this tough time. Love you all.
Korie I am sorry I was not in town. Wish I could give you a big hug. Thoughts and prayers for you and your family.
So, so sorry to all of you for your loss. I will always remember Vicki’s laugh. Also special memories of her and Robin at the farm for our last cousin get together. They were such a cute couple, they even arrived a day early for the festivities! Laughing and giggling like kids on a date. My sister and I still laugh about that. Great service. Hugs to all of you! Saw Casey on the t.v. Saying good bye to Seth Denny the other day! We had taken a screen shot of him and Deb sent it in a text to Vicki. She liked that.
We will always remember Vicki for being a genuine caring person. Her laugh was the best. Rick was always very proud of her baton twirling skills. You kids have a lot of precious memories of her. We were so sorry we couldn’t make it to her memorial service, but we were able to watch it online..
Love and prayers to you all!.
I am so so sorry for your loss. Vicki and I were best friends from grade school through senior high school! I will miss her so much. Rest in peace my friend. Jane (Krause) Case.
I knew Vicki through grade school and through Junior and Senior High. We were best of friends through out grade school, junior high and senior high! There were about 4 of us the were inseparable. I will never forget her. Such a wonderful person. I I was living in TN and flew back to NE for a family trip. I had to fly. into Lincoln so she drove from Omaha to Lincoln so we could have lunch.. Rest in peace my friend..