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Vicki Faye Masters

Obituary Vicki Faye Masters, passed away on Thursday, May, 16, 2019 at Tennova Medical Center in Clarksville, TN.Vicki was born in Celina, TN on July 29, 1941, daughter of Bessie Lee (Baxter) and George Bennett Masters Sr. She was a retired Social Service Worker and became an avid shopper and gardener.Vicki is survived by one daughter, Tia Marie Hughes; two brothers, George Masters Jr. and wife Linda Masters of Tompkinsville, KY., and Michael David Masters of Lafayette, TN.; one sister, Dorcas Masters Burgess of Hopkinsville, KY., and special friends Esta Caira and Kathy Sitton.In addition to her parents she is preceded in death by two sisters, Brenda Brown and Patricia Smalling. Graveside services will be performed Thursday, May 23, 2019 at 1:00 PM at the Baxter Cemetery in Hestand, KY. Kevin Lyons officiating. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Vicki Faye Masters please visit our Sympathy Store. Cemetery Details Baxter Cemetery Hestand, KY, Graveside Service MAY 23. 1:00 PM (CDT) Baxter Cemetery Hestand, KY To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Vicki Faye Masters, please visit our floral store.

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To this very day Vicki talked about her many journeys to California and the Desert. She remained strong in her faith and now I know why she was so fond of Tacos.

Esta Caira May 22 2019 12:00 AM

Glenda and I would like to share a word of comfort with Vickie Faye's family. We were so sorry to hear of her passing. The Masters family meant so much to us when I was their pastor at Gamaliel Baptist Church. Vickie and her sisters sung in a trio and their music was outstanding. Bessie Lee was a great encourager to me as a very young pastor. She would have us in her home and serve delicious meals.We loved their family. Bro. Masters meant so much to me as his pastor. He would give advice that I still remember today after 63 years of Pastoring and preaching. Vicki Masters and her sisters sung in a trio and they really did a wonderful job. I had the privilege of preaching Bessie Lees funeral. It was in the middle of a major Winter snow and ice storm. There was more than a foot of snow and it was still snowing. The state graders had to make a special effort to get the roads open (one lane) where we could get to the Baxter Cemetery where Vickie will be buried. Bessie taught Home Economics and was a tremendous influence in school. Bro Master's went with Glenda and me on a revival trip to California. We dropped him off in Hesperia, Calif. at the First Baptist Church where he had pastored before and he was preaching a revival the next week. He had preached and pastored several churches in that area of the Mohave Desert. Glenda and I went up to the San Francisco area where I spoke at four churches including a week long revival at the First Baptist Church of Fresno. CA We spent a good bit of time with the J. B. Phillips family. They lived in Reedley, CA.The Phillips families were from Gamaliel. We concluded the revival in Fresno the next day and drove to San Francisco where we attended the 1962 Southern Baptist Conventiion at the Cow Palace. We left Wednesday morning and drove to Hesperia and picked up Bro. Masters and drove all the way home. I wish I had a recording of the stories Bro. Masters shared with us on that more 6,000 mile trip. Vickie would have been proud of her father on this Gospel Preaching trip. When we got home, Bessie prepared Tacos for all of to eat to celebrate our trip. George Bennet, Jr. ate 14 Tacos.

Dr. and Mrs. C. Wyman Copass May 20 2019 12:00 AM

George, I'm sorry for the loss of your sister. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time.

Sherri Proffitt May 19 2019 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Vicki Masters

Sherri Proffitt May 19 2019 12:00 AM