October 5, 1957 ~ April 12, 2021

Born in: Beaufort, SC
Resided in: Indianapolis, IN

To Vicki Denise Scott, daughter of Caroline Scott and the late Sydney James Jones was born October 5, 1957 in Manhattan,NY. Vicki was the eldest of 7 children.

Vicki accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior many years ago. She was educated in the Beaufort County public school system, where she graduated Beaufort High School in 1975, then went on to further her education at Voorhees College in Denmark S.C.

In 1978 Vicki married Sigsbee L Williams III. They raised 3 children in Bronx, NY until moving to Indianapolis,IN in 1993. Vicki worked as a preschool teacher for 10+ years and served as a foster parent for 15+ years through the Department of Child Services. Vicki went on to work for the State of Indiana as a Data Entry Specialist, then on to Managed Health Services for the past 6 years.

Vicki was a devoted Christian and member of Rock of Faith Missionary baptist Church where she served as an Usher and on the Bereavement Care Ministry for 10+ years. Vicki was a strong woman and cancer survivor, she loved cooking and baking and caring for others. Vicki was affectionately known as Mama to many. Vicki unconditionally loved her children, family, friends, dog Bubbles and especially her granddaughter Jamera. Vicki was a selfless person who would never complain and always put others first. She has left a piece of her heart with each and everyone of us and will be dearly missed.

Leaving to cherish her memory are: her mother Caroline Scott, her beloved aunts Rebecca Washington also known as Nana, Florita Pope. Uncle Issac Washington, sisters Valdes Stokes, Lorraine Alston, Javashia Scott, brothers Clifton Scott, Adrian Scott, sons Sigsbee Scott Williams, Anthony Shuler, Richard Shuler, daughter Queen Victoria Williams and granddaughter Jamera Victoria Williams. Four nephews, two nieces and a host of stepchildren, step grandchildren, cousins, her “work family” and friends.

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Visitation: April 26, 2021 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

The Rock formerly known as The Rock Missionary Baptist Church
10302 E. 38th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46235


Funeral Service: April 26, 2021 12:00 pm

The Rock formerly known as The Rock Missionary Baptist Church
10302 E. 38th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46235


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  1. I’m so sorry to hear of such a beautiful person leaving this earth so soon. You will be missed. There is no sorrow that heaven cannot heal.
    Bishop Avan Chaplin
    Columbia SC

  2. Ms.Vicki you will be missed dearly, what a beautiful spirit you had and a smile that would light up a room, I’m so glad that God let our paths cross. Rest easy Ms. Vicki

  3. Ms. Vicki, you will be sorely missed by your family, friends, and everyone who met you. You will always be in our thoughts and forever in our hearts.

  4. Cousin Vicki will be missed .. I will always remember that beautiful smile.. Rest Cousin, the storm is over now

  5. I was very shocked and saddened to hear about Vicki’s untimely passing. It wasn’t long ago when I chatted with her while at work. Vicki was a wonderful person. I will miss the fun times we shared during our lunch break and our great conversations. Vicki also loved her family. I will miss the loving and funny stories she shared about them. Even though this is a very sad occasion, we can gain comfort from God’s promise found in the Bible at 1 Corinthians 15:26: “And the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing.” There will come a time when God will make it possible for us to never have to lose our loved ones to this horrible enemy ever again.

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