Evansville, IN – Vicki Diane (Sauer) Young, 73, of Evansville, Indiana, passed away on Wednesday, December 7, 2022 at her home. She was born on November 28, 1949 in Evansville to the late Charles and Carrie (Hulsey) Sauer.
Vicki was a member of Fresh Air Community of Faith in Evansville, Indiana. She loved jewelry, spending time with her grandchildren as well as arts and crafts.
She is survived by her husband, Ron Young; her daughter, Kari Dart; her step-children, Mallory Lowe (Mark) and Sterling Young (Don Crance); her grandchildren, Keira Dart and Norah Dart as well as her siblings, Terry Sauer and Randy Sauer.
Vicki is preceded in death by her son, Keith Dean as well as her siblings, Betty DeCorrevont, Bill Thomason and Don Thomason and sister-in-law, Tiffany Sauer.
A celebration of life will be announced at a later date.
Simple Cremation Evansville is entrusted with care.
Dana Trible says
I am so sorry for your loss. If there’s anything I can do for you just let me know.
Scott Mason says
My condolences Randy and Janet Sauer we are keeping you and Vicki’s entire family in our thoughts and prayers.
Judy Kissel says
Ron, Vicki was such a special faith filled woman. Sending prayers for you and the family. Judy Kissel.
Annette Williams says
Iam truly sorry to learn of Vicki’s passing. Thinking of you Ronnie at this difficult time, keeping you in prayer.
Your old friend,
Craig Butler says
My condolences for the family. My prayers of comfort extend to my great friends Ron and Kari.
Glenn Ballard says
Vicki was a treasured friend to all of us at Fresh Air.
Virginia Weiler says
We were so sorry to learn of Vicki’s death.
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Virginia Weiler, Dan Brown, and Ziggy
Denise Wolf says
So very sorry. She was such a Beautiful person. I feel so blessed to have known her and have her in my life.
Robert Brown says
So sorry to read this. She was a very special person and will be dearly missed.
Prayers for the family.
John E Reiplinger says
I didn’t get the chance to know Vicki real well but I did know this about her. With apologies to her husband, Ron, Vicki became known as “slick Vick, the WYNG chick”. In this case, it was all good. Anyone visiting the radio station, would see Vicki first thing as she served as our receptionist. I can’t think of anyone who did not absolutely love Vicki. She and Ron found one another. My thoughts and memories of Vicki are all good. Thank you Vicki for being “our” friend.