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Victoria Lynn Trodglen

Victoria (Vickie) Lynn Trodglen, age 59 of Manchester, passed away on Friday, May 13, 2016.

For many years Vickie was a homemaker raising three daughters. After the girls were grown, she went back to obtain her college degree. She was employed by Weastec of Seaman, where she later retired from.

Family and friends were Vickie’s passion and delight. She loved planning outings that included her entire family.

For several years she attended the Church of the Nazarene. Her faith was strong. She put things into God’s hands and walked away from it.

Vickie is survived by her husband Billy Trodglen; her three daughters, Shannon Frasure (Tim) of Stamping Ground, Ky., Misti Garrett (John Pierce) of Maysville, Ky., and Kristi Crevier (Tom) of Manchester. She also leaves behind her father Rudi J. Vogel (Gayle) of Faulksville, Ala. and several brothers and sisters. Brothers include: Chuck Jones (Daphne) of Maysville, Ky. and Rudi A. Vogel (Cheryl) of Morehead, Ky. Sisters include: Judi Marks of Maysville, Ky., Lisa Vogel (Paul Yelton), Sherri Neu (Matt), Jennifer Fisher (Glen) all of Russellville, Angie Griffin (Jeff) of Mt. Orab, and Brandi Clevenger (Shawn) of Ezel, Ky.

Her grandchildren were the highlight of her life. Her legacy is her grandchildren. They include Ciera Shae Moran (Brandon), Mason Maher, Sam Crevier, Morgan Frasure. She has a great-granddaughter, Karter Kay Moran.

She also leaves behind numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

She is preceded in death by her mother Carol Ann Vogel, a step-son Bruce Trodglen and a granddaughter Vada Crevier.

Graveside services will be held at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 15 at the Kirker Cemetery. Tony Watson will be officiating.

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