Obituary of Victoria "Vickie" Lynn Doyle
Victoria Lynn Doyle, “Vickie “age 68 of North Charleston died on September 1, 2021. Vickie was born in East Detroit, Michigan on September 30, 1952 to parents William D. Hilt and Mary Lou (Beauvais). She had four siblings, William H. Hilt, Holly J. Hilt, Dianne C. Hilt, Michael J. Kitson. Vickie is survived by sister Holly J. Hilt, sister Dianne C. Walden, brother Michael J. Kitson (Stephanie), daughter Tracey A. Auclair, daughter Christina L. Jiovenetta (Jon), niece Jennifer F. Hilt, grandchildren Eric Auclair, Sean Hardacre, Jeffery Auclair, Brianna Auclair, and Camden Jiovenetta, great grandson Waylon Auclair.
Mom was full of life – she liked to do so many things. She liked to camp and fish and be outdoors but would still come home and play girly games with me. She was very creative and loved to make things. She did flower arrangements, hand made soap, paper crafting, sewing, and crocheting. This crafting is something that she did with me and passed down to me. She was a devoted great grandmother and loved spending time with Waylon. She always had goldfish, a juice box, and a box of toys for him every time we came over. She is going to be dearly missed. - Tracey
Mom always had a side of her that LOVED to mess with people. She got a kick out of scaring you. When I was little and we lived out away from the city, we had lots of trees, which meant lots of BUGS. I was terrified of "stick bugs" (phasmids), and every time she'd find one she would grab it and chase me around the yard. Watching scary movies she would randomly throw things at you, or stand at the end of a dark hallway and wait for you to walk down it to only see her standing there last minute.
She also had a super sweet side of her. She played Hi-ho cheerio probably 15 times a day because I insisted on playing while my sister was at school. I remember her driving my dad’s truck that was a stick shift and letting me shift. She had a lot of patience when it came to cars because I also remember her trying to teach my sister how to drive a stick shift too!!!!
My mom was a beautiful lady. She loved us girls with all her heart. She even became a girl scout leader when I was in elementary school so my cousin and I could be girl scouts! As I grew older I could tell my mom anything. She may not always have the answers, but she always listened. Once we lived in different states our phone conversations were never short, the kind where sometimes you have to make sure that cell phone had a full charge. She never hung up without saying "I love you", even if it was just a voicemail. - ChristinaTo send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Victoria "Vickie" Doyle, please visit Tribute Store