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Perhaps you sent a lovely card or sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you sent a floral piece, if so, we saw it there. Perhaps you prayed a sincere prayer or came to pay a call. Perhaps you sang a cheerful song, if so, we heard it all. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words, as any friend could say. Perhaps you prepared a tasty dish, or maybe furnished a car. Perhaps you rendered a service unseen, near at hand or from afar. Whatever you did to console our hearts, by word or deed or touch. Whatever was the kindly part, we thank you, oh so much. we just want to say. Thank You.

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S ERVANT AND W OMAN OF G OD “ And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain …... (Revelation 21:4) Vickie Sue Bailey was the ninth of twelve children born in Kaufman, Texas on August 31, 1947. She received her formal education in the Kaufman County School District. When the family relocated to Dallas, Texas she attended Bishop College. Upon graduation, she worked for the United States Postal Service and later as a child educator. On August 31, 1979 she united in holy matrimony with Thomas Bailey and had three children. She served as First Lady of The New Life Full Bible Church where her husband Thomas served as the pastor from 1972 until early 1990's. Vickie became a licensed missionary under the C.O.G.I.C. denomination and preached the uncompromised word of God. From 1990 - 2001, Vickie, Thomas and their three children traveled singing the gospel of Jesus Christ at local churches and revivals throughout the state. In the early 1990's, Vickie founded the (S.O.S.) Save Our Sons ministry with her first cousin Lilly Lewis. They interceded on behalf of sons around the world making prayer, and local outreach the main components of their ministry. From 2008 to 2022, she served in the Women Called by God Prayer Ministry with her niece Brenda Scott. Later in life, Vickie was an active member of Jehovah Jireh Church under her brother Pastor Roy Mitchell. Affectionately known as “Mama Vickie”, she spent her latter years studying and sharing the Word and providing Godly counsel to friends and family. Vickie passed to her eternal home in glory on February 3, 2023 at the age of 75. Left to cherish her memory are her children: Stephanie, Eric, Dana and John; daughter-in-law Whitney; son-in-law Gary; bonus children: Thomas, Lisa, Stephen, Brandon; grandchildren: Kayla, Jaden, LaDarius, Sophia, Kennedy and John II; bonus grandchildren: Precious, Marquis, Bunny, G'nye and Chandler; god daughters; Connie and Morgan; her brother, Roy, sister-in-law Mary D.; sisters Opal and Mary Lou as well as countless nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband Thomas Bailey; father Fred Mitchell; mother Duffie Mitchell; six brothers James, FL, Harvey, Aldridge, Jimmy, Marlyn; two sisters Willie Ann and Ruby.

August 31, 1947 – February 3, 2023 Saturday, February 18, 2023 |11:00 am G REATER M T . H EBRON B IBLE CHURCH 2335 56th St. — Dallas, Texas 75241 The Order of Service Pastor Arthur James - Officiating


Clergy, Pallbearers and Family


“ Total Praise ” Pastor Patron Thomas

Scripture Readings Old Testament :

Pastor Fred Conwright, Sr. Pastor Mark Mitchell

New Testament :

Prayer of Consolation

Dr. Lucretia Facen

Congregational Song

Pastor Patron Thomas


Greater Mt. Hebron BC Jehovah Jireh C.O.G.I..C. Transparent Church Bellevue Temple of Deliverance

Video Tribute


Kayla Anderson

Special Remarks

Aunt Vickie ’ s Daycare & Pickup Crew Faith Tabernacle Church S.O.S. Ministry Women Called by God ministry

Musical Tribute

The Children


Pastor Roy Mitchell

Final Tribute

Golden Gate Funeral Home


Mama, in your final days you would tell me and others to listen to "In God's Timing" by T. D Jake's unknowing of what God was preparing us for. It was in your final night that I spent with you, that I listened to the message not knowing the next morning would be in God's timing that HE would call you home. Mama you served faithfully and as a child to adult I have NEVER seen you quit! even until the end. So glad God was able to consider you to be a modernized testament for us ALL! You have truly earned your reward, and it is well with my soul.

---- Valuable, Victorious, Visionary

----- Instrumental, Intercessor, Intriguing

----Caring, Christ-Like, Compassionate

--- Kind-Hearted, Kingdom-minded, Knowledgeable

----Independent, Intellect, Interpreter

---Effective, Enduring, Expressive Vickie, I shared this with you I was so thankful for you encouraging daddy to have a relationship with me, Thomas Levon, Stephen and Brandon. I truly believed that you and only you were the reason that we had an opportunity to have a relationship with our daddy. Vickie you were the first example of a saved woman, even though I didn ’ t know what holiness was. I used to see you read the bible and heard you talk to God for yourself. Vickie, I enjoyed when myself, and Stephen would come over on Fridays you taught me how to

make homemade hot water cornbread. Vickie, you never treated us any different than Eric, Dana and John th children that you birthed. I can remember after church on Sunday if daddy didn ’ t take us to Pacho ’ s on Bucker in Pleasant Grove we went to Big Mama ’ s house and she greeted us with welcoming arms as well as other family members would ask and whisper, “ who are those kids ”? You would say “ these are Bailey ’ s kids ”, and that was the end of that. Thank you for loving your bonus children as your own. I will always love you.

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