26-07-2020 14:30=====29-05-2024 09:54
26-07-2020 14:30=====29-05-2024 09:54

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Vicky’s final resting place
cemetery near Rookwood, New South Wales, Rookwood NSW 2141, Australia

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Constantine Koromilas

Your childhood sweetheart is thinking of you daily.Your in my dreams.

Posted by Constantine Koromilas 21/07/2022

To my gorgeous friend Vicky. I can’t believe it’s been a year since I’ve seen your beautiful face. Not a day goes by that I don’t think of you. I miss you beyond measure but I know you are in a very special and peaceful place. You will be forever loved from your friend Cat xxxxx🙏🏼❤️❤️❤️🌹

Posted by Catrina La Macchia 21/07/2021

Dearest Vicky, We spoke last in December 2018. It was such a memorable phone call and I somehow knew it would be our last. Thank you for the years that we worked together and for the support you gave me through my divorce. I will never forget your beautiful shining light and the love you poured into those around you. May you Rest In Peace dear friend xx

Posted by Lee 17/06/2021

Farewell to you Vicky - a beautiful mother dedicated to your children who are the legacy of your beauty, kindness and grace. Condolences to your family beautiful lady ❤️ May your memory be eternal ❤️ Vetsikas family x❤️X

Posted by Kylie Vetsikas 19/08/2020

Jonathan Hill Concord Medical Education Center
I didnt know Vicky for very long however i liked her. She was fun and liked to have a giggle. Last year she brought some basil into the office and she gave me some. I took it home and surprise surprise it started to thrive. The last time I saw Vicki we had a bit of a chat about.it. She laughed. I call the plant Vicki now and its still thriving. ... Au Revoir Vicki

Posted by Jonathan Hill Concord Medical Education Center 10/08/2020

Catrina La Macchia
To my dearest friend Vicky. Words cannot express the love I have for you. You will always be in my heart... You were the purest most loving friend I could have ever asked for in this lifetime! I will miss you beyond comprehension but I do know you are still with me. May your light be eternal my sweet Vick... until we meet again!xoxoxo

Posted by Catrina La Macchia 27/07/2020

Dearest Vicky, I have the most wonderful memories working with you back in the Crazy Genop days with Kathy, Your beauty and calming presence, your smile and laughter I still recall today. Rest in peace dear Vicky, with love and treasured memories Colette xx

Posted by Colette Kinsella 27/07/2020

Vicky, I am sure that your path is full of light and love. My thoughts and prayers are with you, your family and loved ones. I will miss you.

Posted by Burcu Karlsson 27/07/2020

Vicky was a beautiful person and we miss seeing her at Concord Clinical School. Our love, prayers, and thoughts are with Vicky and her family.

Posted by Michelle Ransom 27/07/2020

Farewell to a beautiful work colleague. It was an honour to be a small part of your journey in this life.

Posted by Caren Beer 27/07/2020

Sadie Mentis
Vicky, I am sending you a hug and my love through this note. You will always be my BFF. We have shared unforgettable memories, both together and with our families, and that gives me peace and comfort. God Bless. Life is Eternal “The bond between true friends cannot be broken by chance; no interval of time or space can destroy it. Not even death itself can part true friends” I Love you and will always and forever be honoured that you came into my life. 😘 Sev

Posted by Sadie Mentis 26/07/2020

Kathy Bouzios
Words cannot express the sadness and void you will leave in my life dearest cousin. You were always a shining and positive light in our lives and I know you will continue to inspire and guide me from the other side. You will be sorely missed by all those you touched with your kindness, your wit and your incredible sense of humour. Your three greatest achievements will shine your light bright as they continue the legacy you instilled in them. I love you and will miss you dearly, but will hold you close to my heart always. Farewell cookie...love you always xo

Posted by Kathy Bouzios 26/07/2020

I was one of the international students Vicky looked after. Vicky always asked me if I am going okay like a friend and was most helpful whenever I needed her assistance. She was a kind and strong woman. I miss her beautiful smile and will always think of her when I go to Concord.

Posted by Naomi Noguchi 25/07/2020

I loved getting to know Vicky over the past few years and have been so positively influenced by her unflappable joy, style and grace. I will miss her terribly. My very best wishes to her family and her dear friends.

Posted by Leigh Seccombe 25/07/2020

Vicky, you were a beautiful human being and it was a pleasure to know you and work with you over many years at Concord. Your legacy lives on in your beautiful children, to whom I send my deepest condolences at this sad time.

Posted by Karyn Rowe 25/07/2020

Vicky was a wonderful colleague and friend. Her highly skilled, kind and compassionate support of hundreds of students is an enduring gift to us all. Vicky - it was a joy to know you. You were full of beauty, grace and courage. Your love of family was the bright and steadfast centre of who you were. I will miss you so very, very much.

Posted by Fiona Blyth 25/07/2020

Beautiful inside and out. Vicky, you will be sorely missed.

Posted by Patricia Hullah 25/07/2020

Vicky was a wonderful professional in her working life and she will be greatly missed by all academic staff at Concord and the ANZAC Research Institute. She was the always smily, helpful face for graduate students, never at a loss to know how to help, to smooth over troubles and direct them in positive ways. Her family should know how deeply appreciated she was in her working life.

Posted by David Handelsman 25/07/2020

Thankyou for allowing me info your family and life you are and amazing mother and raised amazing children thankyou for allowing me to becoming appart of your family like one of your own children with lots of love tamika

Posted by Tamika 24/07/2020

For many, a funeral is a ritual of loss and connection where we remember our loved ones who have passed and comfort the living.  The coronavirus outbreak has altered that ritual and changed the way we say goodbye: the loss remains, the connections change.

The new relaxing of restrictions allows 100 mourners inside the church and unrestricted outside of the chapel as long as social distancing rules are followed.

Posted by Divinity Funerals Funerals 23/07/2020