Vicky Carol Bryant McCall was born in Columbus, GA on January 6th, 1950 to Melba Cook and Richard Thomas Bryant. She graduated from the Nursing Program at Columbus State University and later received a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources and a Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management.  She was elected in Delta Mu Delta, and international Honors Society for business majors. Vicky worked as an RN for the first half of her career, and then went on to Video Display Corporation, and then Our Way / Carrier before retiring. After retiring Vicky enjoyed spending time in her community, with groups like SALT, The Red Hat Society, the Senior Center, and Silver Sneakers. She was active in many civic, religious, and educational organizations throughout her life.  She received an honorary membership in the Georgia Parent Teacher Association. Vicky loved spending time with her grandkids, quilting, shopping, crafting, gardening, crocheting, painting, and sitting on her back porch feeding the birds while drinking a cup of coffee. She is survived by her eldest daughter Shannon Adair Goddard, Son-In-Law Stephen Goddard, Grand Daughter Regan Goddard, and her Youngest Daughter Meredith Bryant Bradford, Son-In-Law Ronnie Bradford, and Grandson Jayden Bradford.

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  1. Vicky was a loving and caring person and will be missed tremendously. She touched so many lives.
    I pray for her family during this very difficult time.
    Rest In Peace, my dear friend, until we meet again.

  2. Vicky was a joy. She was my sister’s and my close friend and neighbor growing up—this long, tall fun-loving girl with the happy cackle. I have some Vicky stories I’ll tell you later. Her sudden death was a shock and a loss for all of us, but it was a quick and convenient death for her! Surely she and Kaylie are together somewhere.

  3. Thank you mrs. McCall for letting me spend all that time over at your house so I could play with my bestie Adair when we were kids. May you find comfort with The Lord.

  4. I always considered Vicky a friend over the 30 years that we knew each other. Vicky hired me at Our Way and we had a lot of laughs over that time. I missed her when she left Carrier now I will miss her on Facebook. My prayers are with the family for there loss.

  5. Olivia and I are Cook cousins to your mom, Vicky. We want you to know we are so very sorry for your loss. Your mom was a very special lady. Our prayers are with you.
    Jorinda Cook Murphy, Olivia Cook

  6. Oh I am already missing Vicky terribly. Every morning practically I would open my shades to either Vicky sitting on her deck or busying around in her house. For 10 years this has been our routine. I always had a good feeling knowing she was there. She is one of the kindest, loving, people I know. When I developed cancer I came home to a bouquet on my front porch. I have enjoyed having her for a neighbor and friend. Noone can replace Vicky. I see her in my head in Heaven having a Red Hat Society party and having a good ole time. I will say prayers for her family and loved ones she left behind. Bye Sweet Vicky. Come see me sometime. I’ll be in our usual spot.

  7. I loved my sweet, kind, funny neighbor and will miss her dearly. She loved her girls and Regan and Jayden. I’m praying for the entire family. This is still unbelievable!

  8. Vicky was my best friend growing up. She and my sister, Harriet, and I were at each other’s house all the time. We were always playing with the puppies we had, or trying to build a swimming pool, or sometimes just sitting in her swing pondering life. She was funny and easy-going to be around, and we had a lot of fun together. I’ll miss her smiling face. Your family will be in my prayers.

  9. May the love of God heal you as the burden in your heart abounds. Our thoughts and prayers for the family

  10. Vicky was a member of our LLL (live long and love it) Seniors’ Ministry at Pine Lake Baptist Church. She was faithful to attend and invited others to attend with her.. Vicky cared about the welfare of others. She was a fun part of our group, especially at the gift take-away game at our Christmas party. We will miss her smiling face and Christian love . Our prayers will be lifted up for your family.
    Inez White on behalf of LLL

  11. CandleImageI’m remembering Vicky on her birthday, today. I am grateful to have known her. I am wishing comfort for Shannon and Meredith and their families.

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