Vicki Riddle, 64, of Indianapolis, died on Sunday, July 25, in Bloomington, Indiana. Vicki was born June 29, 1957, in Columbus to Roy E. Riddle and Oma Lee Lakins Riddle. The youngest of 5, Vicki was by no means intimidated by becoming the littlest and turned it to her advantage, when, following honing her competencies participating in backyard hoops versus the significant children, she went on to play high college and college or university varsity basketball. Vicki was a member of the inaugural Columbus East Significant University graduating course of 1975 and was on the floor in February, 1973, for the to start with sport ever performed in the East gymnasium. She was named MVP of the girls’ basketball team in the course of her junior and senior decades at East and gained a basketball scholarship to Ball Condition College.
In 1979 Vicki graduated from Ball Condition with a degree in Small business Administration and moved to Indianapolis, despite the fact that she indulged her adore of seaside life by earning typical excursions to the Florida coast. Immediately after settling in Indianapolis Vicki labored at Blakely’s Flooring as govt secretary and venture coordinator for above 35 yrs. Generally a sports activities enthusiast, she supported all the local groups, specifically the Fever, the Pacers and the Colts.
Vicki was a loving and devoted daughter, sister, aunt and buddy who enjoyed household visits and get-togethers, particularly the once-a-year Christmas celebrations at the family household full with superbly trimmed trees overflowing with