It is with deep sorrow and much love that we mourn the passing of Vicki Lynne Williamson. Vicki was born on June 13, 1956, in Grand Junction, Colorado, and passed away in Moab on March 31, 2023, in the arms of her husband, Ed. She was 66 years old. 

Vicki was known for drinking coffee all day, her sarcastic sense of humor and her ability to talk to anyone. She was an incredibly strong woman who lived a challenging life well. 

Vicki raised four children on her own and with the help of family. She spent many hours providing for her family and there is no doubt about how much she loved them. 

She married Ed Williamson in 2000. They met while working at City Market, where Vicki worked for 30 years. She held several positions there and at the end of her career, she campaigned for higher pay for the Moab City Market staff. She was known to many people, and you could hear her joking and laughing with staff and customers.

Vicki loved reading, gardening, true crime and her family. She had five grandkids and was delighted to be a grandma, she could often be heard talking about how proud she was of her family. She had tons of photos and artwork from the grandkids that she treasured. Her kids often turned to her for advice and will miss her guiding voice.

She is survived by her husband, Ed; her four children, Melissa (Jeff) McKimmey, Chelsea Olearain, Johnny (Jemimah) Olearain, and Trevor (Zoryn) Olearain; as well as her grandchildren, Jameson, Jack, Hannah, Evander and Xayla.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Bonnie Hammer; father, Vern Bailey; stepfather, William Hammer; and brother, Don Bailey. 

Funeral services for Vicki Lynne Williamson will be held on Friday, April 7 at 11 a.m. at Spanish Valley Mortuary, with a viewing one hour prior to the service. A reception will follow at the Moab LDS Stake Center at 701 Locust Lane. 

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