Vicky Ann Clemons

Jan 19, 2018


1:00 p.m. Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at Locke Funeral Home     


the family will greet friends for an hour before the service at the funeral home     


burial will take place at a later date in Garden of Memories Cemetery, Waterloo, Iowa     


Western Home Communities     


Vicky Ann Clemons, 66, of Cedar Falls, formerly of Waterloo, Iowa and Phoenix, Arizona, died Friday, January 19, 2018 at the Martin Health Center of Western Home Communities.

Vicky was born June 23, 1951 in Waterloo, the daughter of Lyle and Helen Johnson Hoffman. She married Ronald Clemons August 10, 1985 at the Little Brown Church; he preceded her in death. Vicky graduated from Waterloo West High School in 1969 and received her LPN certificate from Hawkeye Community College.

Vicky worked as a nurse at Western Home Communities retiring in 2014 as Director of Assisted Living.

She was a member of Faith Wesleyan Church. Vicky loved cooking; She was a fantastic cook. She liked flowers and gardening. Vicky enjoyed her time in Phoenix and watching westerns.

Survivors include her daughter April (Keith) Baxter of Lake Katrine, New York; two sons: Christopher (Nicole) Shindley of Cedar Falls, Iowa and Jeff (Crissy) Shindley of Douglasville, Georgia; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.  She is also survived by a sister Kellie (Tim) Weber of Cedar Falls, Iowa; a sister‑in‑law Pamela Hoffman of Waterloo; and two stepsons Ronald Clemons, Jr. of San Francisco, California and Randy Clemons of Boulder, Colorado.

Vicky is preceded in death by her parents, husband, and a brother John Hoffman.

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  1. Becky Peterson Chambers | Jan 27, 2018
    I was a friend of Vicky's in high school and also graduated n 1969. I remember that she lived across the street from West Junior High. We used to hang out together and I remember her brother Jon. Many years ago she lived on Western Ave. just a few houses from my family home. Vicky was a funny, kind, and sweet person. May she RIP.
  2. Kathy Butler (Clemons) | Jan 22, 2018

    So sorry for you loss.  She was a great mother in law, and grandmother.  My kids and myself loved her dearly.  She was one of the kindness and most giving people I have ever known.  I have such fond memories of camping with them at Otter Creek and visiting with them in Waterloo and eating such great meals.  I'm so glad that she got the chance to come to Colorado and visit us in our homes here.  I'm so happy she was a part of my life.

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