Victoria "Vickie" Eichel

December 7, 1949 - February 28, 2019
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Victoria Elizabeth “Vickie” Eichel, 69, of New Philadelphia died Thursday, February 28, 2019, in Cleveland Clinic Akron General Hospital following a hard-fought illness.

Born in Springfield, Ohio on December 7, 1949, Vickie was one of three daughters born to the late Charles “Chuck” and Kathryn “Kay” Hol…

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Victoria Elizabeth “Vickie” Eichel, 69, of New Philadelphia died Thursday, February 28, 2019, in Cleveland Clinic Akron General Hospital following a hard-fought illness.

Born in Springfield, Ohio on December 7, 1949, Vickie was one of three daughters born to the late Charles “Chuck” and Kathryn “Kay” Holmes Ebright.

Vickie attended New Philadelphia High School and for a period of time worked for the former Alsco Company and later served as a nurse’s aid in the Baltic area. For many years, however, Vickie loved being an in-home day-care provider.

Vickie was an active member of Schoenbrunn Moravian Church at New Philadelphia where she served in many capacities throughout the years. She enjoyed her work as a Brownie and Girl Scout advisor when her daughters were younger and served for many years as a volunteer and board member with Harbor House. Most recently, Vickie has been serving as the Secretary for the Board of Trustees for the Society For Equal Access.

When not volunteering, Vickie was an avid reader and faithful Soap Opera watcher. She enjoyed crocheting and sewing and caring for her rose garden, flower beds and her house plants. As a mother and grandmother, there wasn’t a thing she would not do for her family. She was an excellent cook and loved making huge meals. To friends of her children, she was known as Mama Vickie, she made sure that no one ever left hungry and that they most certainly felt loved.

Vickie will be deeply missed by her children, Carl “Rocky” (Mary) Eichel, Jr., Gerald Eichel, Carla (Jerry) Watson, Tammy Eichel, Caren Eichel, Debbie (John) Baker, Vickie Eichel, Traci (Robert) Buzzeo, and Robin Torrence, 27 grandchildren, and 15 great-grandchildren.

Completing the family are two sisters, Nancy (Terry) Miller and Debra (Michael) Bleininger, two nieces and two nephews.

In addition to her parents, Vickie was preceded in death by a son, Rodney Eichel, a great-grandson, Joshua Watson and a nephew, Quentin Miller.

The family will greet guests on Tuesday, March 5, 2019, in the Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home & Crematory at New Philadelphia from 5-8 PM. Pastor Ben Lippert will lead a service celebrating Vickie’s life in the Schoenbrunn Moravian Church at New Philadelphia on Wednesday, March 6, 2019, at 11 AM. A meal and fellowship will be held in the church social hall immediately following the service. Private inurnment will take place at a later date.

Memorial contributions in Vickie’s name may be directed to Schoenbrunn Moravian Church, 2200 East High Avenue, New Philadelphia, OH 44663 or to Harbor House Women’s Shelter, 345 East High Avenue, New Philadelphia, OH 44663.

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Service Information

Visitation Information

Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Time: 5:00 pm

End Time: 8:00 pm

Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home & Crematory

Address:

116 Second Street NE, NEW PHILADELPHIA, OH, 44663

Service Information

Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Time: 11:00 am

Schoenbrunn Community Moravian Church

Address:

2200 East High Ave., 44663, OH, 44663

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Reception Information

Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Schoenbrunn Community Moravian Church

Address:

2200 East High Ave., 44663, OH, 44663

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Donation Information

Schoenbrunn Moravian Church

2200 East High Avenue
New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663

Harbor House Women's Shelter

345 East High Ave.
New Philadelphia, OH 44663

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Born: December 7, 1949
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Geib Funeral Home & Crematory

On behalf of the Geib Family and Staff, we offer our most sincere sympathy for your loss. We are honored to have been called upon to serve your family.

 

Amy Hootman & Family posted on 3/6/19

Our Deepest Sympathy

 

Ron Missy Chloe and Paige Martin posted on 3/5/19

Vickie is an amazing person we will surely miss her. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family. She was definitely a lover of children. Some of Paige's favorite times were spent at Vickie's house. I remember her and my mother teaching Sunday school and always talking their long talks on the prayer chain. Forever in our hearts rest well sweet angel we will see you again in Heaven.

 

Jim and Jill Shaffer posted on 3/5/19

We wish to express our deepest sympathy for your loss. Vickie was very special to us and we always enjoyed her laughter and joking with us. .She will be deeply missed.

 

Caren Eichel posted on 3/5/19

I will always remember everything you taught me . You were the strongest , most caring and loving person I have ever known. You made us girls who we are today . We have been so blessed to have you as our Mother . Words can not express how much your daughters and grandchildren love you. We miss you so much already . You will always be the driving force behind me and you will always be in my heart . Thank you for being you.

 

Amanda posted on 3/4/19

You will he missed so much. :( such an amazing woman and an amazing grandmother and mother. You will be missed by many fly high angel

 

Kimberly Taylor posted on 3/4/19

With a heavy heart, I’d like to extended my deepest condolences, to all of Miss Vickies children and family. She was certainly one of a kind. I will never forget all of the great memories as a young girl being babysat by her & always feeling welcomed and treated as one of her own. She was definitely an amazing woman, with a heart of gold. Sending lots of love and prayers, for peace & comfort to all of you??

 

Traci Buzzeo posted on 3/4/19

She was the best friend, mom and grandma that anyone could ever ask for! There was nothing she wouldn’t do for her kids and grandchildren! Play air guitar, have a tea party, listen to them practice singing or playing music for performances- if we asked, she’d do it! She always made everyone feel loved and welcome! She was a mom to everyone that needed her. She truly loved people unconditionally. Her legacy will live on forever.

 

Misty Smith posted on 3/3/19

So many wonderful moments and memories were made. What an amazing love she had for everybody, and you felt it when she talked to you. It was a blessing to have known her. I loved when my son would stay overnight at her house and I would pick him up and she'd talk to me just as though he were a grandchild of hers. For sure she is going to be missed and the absence of her presence is going to be felt by many.

 

Robin posted on 3/2/19

My beautiful, sweet momma ???

 

Helen Elizabeth Kerns posted on 3/2/19

Deeply sadden to hear this new she was an amazing woman may the angels of heaven greet her with open arms this is truly a great loss but she truly was a miracle worker while she was here on Earth we will miss you greatly

 

Beth posted on 3/2/19

I am deeply sorry for the loss of your dear loved one. My mom fell asleep in death to soon due to an illness as well. Time allows the pain in our hearts to heal, but the aching emptiness never completely goes away. May precious memories comfort your mourning hearts. Please also find comfort & strength remembering that God promises us that we can reunite with our loved ones in the near future...on the peaceful, paradise earth God intended for mankind. An exciting time when Vickie will wake up to enjoy doing all the things that bring her joy again. John 11:11-44; Revelation 21:3, 4; Psalms 37:10, 11, 29. JW.ORG

 

Becky. Lindsey & Melissa posted on 3/2/19

So very fortunate to have known this beautiful lady for many years. Her grace, wisdom & sass will never be forgotten. Much love & condolences to her wonderful family. Becky, Lindsey & Melissa

 

trudi robinson posted on 3/2/19

hugs luv and prayers to all family and friends. Trudi and Paul Robinson.

 

Diana Goudy posted on 3/2/19

So sorry for your loss. May Gods peace and strength be with you all. God bless.

 

Caeden Buzzeo posted on 3/1/19

My grandma was always a good supporter of me and my family. She was always there for me when I needed her. She was the best grandma I could ever have.

 

Samantha O'connor posted on 3/1/19

Even though I only got to know her for 2 years. You were such an amazing person, and amazing grandma. You're definitely loved by so many and missed. But God will take good care of you. ???

 

Joyce Blackwell posted on 3/1/19

So sorry ?

 

Melissa Bahler posted on 3/1/19

Tony and I are so sorry to hear of your loss, keeping your family close in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Marilyn Morris posted on 3/1/19

Such a wonderful and beautiful woman gone too soon. My deepest condolences for her children, grandchildren, and all of her loved ones.

 

Marcia labus posted on 3/1/19

Debbie and Shannon and Bill so sorry for your loss. Remember the good times. Marcia Brick and Fred Labus.

 

Doris Sutton posted on 3/1/19

ROCKY, SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS, DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO ALL

 

Dee Minor posted on 3/1/19

So sorry for your loss.

 

Mary eichel posted on 3/1/19

Love. You so very much mom miss you Rocky loves you and misses you our hearts are broken

 

Lori Sutton posted on 3/1/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers to all.

 

Linda Bennington posted on 3/1/19

So sorry for Your family's loss . Vicki and I had good times in the nursery at Church and at Daycare trainings ! She will be missed ?

 

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