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Vickie A Schultz, 63, formerly of Columbia, KY (d. 16 Jul 2016)
She was the mother of Christine Ussery of Columbia, KY and has many famkly members in the Columbia and Campbellsville area. She was born and raised in Ridgecrest, CA. She was a graduate of Burroughs High School and a student of Cerro Coso Community College. She spent many years working as an engineering technician for Comarco Engineering, Inc. in town as well as at Michelson Lab at China Lake NAWS. She lived in Reno, Nevada and Columbia, KY for a short time, but moved back to the desert when she retired.
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Vickie A. Schultz, 63, of Inyokern, California passed away Saturday, July 16, 2016 at Ridgecrest Regional Hospital.
No services will be held per her request. Cremation has been chosen by the family. All arrangements have been taken care of by Holland and Lyons Mortuary in Ridgecrest, California. A celebration of her life will be planned at a later date.
She was preceded in death by her parents, James and Lorena Westbrooks of Ridgecrest; her sisters, Debra Jacobs and Sandi Wahl of Ridgecrest; and her son, Brian Wilson of Las Vegas.
She is survived by her husband, David Schultz of Inyokern, CA, and the following:
This story was posted on 2016-07-23 12:16:47
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