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Vicky Lynn Pasaye

September 3, 1971 ~ December 26, 2021 (age 50)


Vicki Lynn Pasaye, age 50 born was born in Forest Park, IL to Judith Rosewell.

Vicki walked a hard path in life, but throughout her journey she never forgot how to love. She was the kind of person who gave you everything even when she had nothing. Some of her happiest moments in her life were with her family, whether she was creating special memories with her sister, such as making up dances move in their basement or spending long weekends with her mother. However, this was especially true when she was surrounded by her children and grandchildren with whom she cherished every moment.

Vicki always had her head in the clouds dreaming and planning for a better future for herself and her children. Though she spent much of her life in the clouds she was not without her accomplishments, besides her children and grandchildren, she went to university for Criminal Justice and was a published poet. Vicki strived to use her degree to help others who had walked her same path, she wanted to leave the world a better place than when she found it. Under a pseudo name Vicki published countless works and won multiple awards. If you walked into her house, you’d find poetry written on every scrap of paper you came across, from the back of receipts to full notebooks.

She will be loved and missed by all her shared her life. Her passing left a mark on her family, one that bade them to do better as they do their best to honor her life and count her works to better the world.

Vicki departed this life on December 26, 2021 at Franciscan Health of Michigan City.

She was a loving sister, daughter and devoted mother to Joseph Pasaye, Chynna Pasaye, and Paige Pasaye. She is also survived by four grandchildren Jaylen Smith, Jordon Pasaye, Antonio Ortiz Jr., Jo’vonni Randle and five sisters and one brother.

“I wish I could fly

Way past the sky

All through the clouds

Only thinking wow

I wish I could walk through walls

Seeing all the secrets

People keep

I wish I was invisible

I know that’s silly

Not to be seen

But I think that would be keen

I wish I was taller

So, I could touch stars

That surround mars

I wish I was small just learning to crawl

To see the world brand new again

Hanging with my friends”

– Written by Vicki Lynn Pasaye


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