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Vicky Edwards Salyers

February 03, 1949 ~ December 21, 2023

Vicky Edwards Salyers, 74, of Vero Beach, Florida went to meet Jesus Thursday, December 21, 2023.

She was born at the US Army base in Fayetteville, NC in 1949 and moved with her family to Vero Beach when she was just 15. She loved Vero Beach with all her heart.

Vicky was preceded in death by her beloved mother, Marjorie Edwards Moore, of Vero Beach, her daddy, Bernard “Dick” Edwards of Rocky Mount, NC; her brothers Tony Edwards of Miami, FL and Joseph Edwards of Vero Beach.

She is survived by her most precious daughter, Denise Cataline and husband Chad Cataline of Helena, Ohio; granddaughter Kalya Cataline of Ohio; sister Connie Bishop of Vero Beach; brother Jimmy Edwards of Ocala and Dennis Moore of Tallahassee; cherished brother-in-law Raymond Bishop of Ft. Pierce. She is also survived by her nephews Zachary Bishop of Vero Beach, Bryan Edwards of Virginia Beach, VA and Jeffrey Edwards of Ocala and nieces Angela Edwards of Vero Beach; Joy and Jaime Edwards of Ocala and Paula Edwards of California and numerous beloved grand nieces and nephews. Vicky also leaves behind her cherished friends Miki Grace and Catherine Sullivan of Vero Beach, who she loved with all her heart.

Vicky loved her family and friends with all her being and was always there when they needed her in any way she could be and who have been there for and with her through her many trials and fears. Her greatest pride was her daughter Denise, son-in-law Chad and her granddaughter Kayla, which she talked about with anyone who would listen. Vicky’s greatest regret was not being able to help friends and family more than she was capable.

She worked hard all her life, never taking time to rest and enjoy life. She loved God with all her heart and was ready to be with him and his Son Jesus in heaven. She was known for her good soul, always willing to lend a hand to anyone who needed her.

Vicky loved Vero Beach from the day she came here as a child. She loved driving around town looking at beautiful homes and dreaming of living in one of them one day. She loved talking about being a teenager in the 1960’s in Vero and all the fun and laughter she had. Anyone who knew her have heard the stories of her time as a car hop at A&W on US1 when she was a teenager, sneaking into the Vero Drive In Theatre with her friends. Surf Up’a GoGo and Vero gossip, oh how she loved that.

She will be missed by many who loved her. Vero has lost one of its best friends, as have her family and friends.

Vicky will be honored with a private service with close friends and family. In lieu of flowers, friends are asked to donate in Vicky’s name to Vero Beach Nazarene Church, 1280 27th Avenue, Vero Beach, FL 32960


Susan Wodtke Smith

December 23, 2023, 4:39 am

The VBHS class of 1967, Vicky’s class, sends our deepest sympathies to all of her family and friends. She will be missed by all. May she Rest in Peace .

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