Vickie Lee (Ninemires) Thiele, 67, of Bartlesville, passed away Saturday at her residence. There will be a private family service. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Stumpff Funeral Home.
Vickie was born August 31, 1951, to Sam and Betty (Lamar) Ninemires in Sioux City, IA. The family moved to Oklahoma in March of 1955. Vickie attended Alluwe school from grades 1-10. She graduated from Nowata in 1969. Vickie worked for Hillcrest Country Club in Bartlesville for 32 years. She enjoyed her kids' ball games and whatever they were involved in. She liked watching her grandson Layne's bull riding, N.Y. Yankees baseball, getting on Facebook to keep up with all the kids, grandkids, relatives and friends.
Vickie is survived by 2 daughters, Melissa and her husband Jason Sweem, and Sami Jo Scott and David Graham; 1 son, Homer and his wife Billie Scott; grandchildren, Dylan Sweem, Alexis Kacaba, Layne and Maddy Scott, Clinton and Kaitlyn Bock, Tanaya and David Jr. Graham; sisters, Shirley and her husband Jerry Green, Cheryl Woods, Janet Ninemires-Bear and Dale; nephews, Jimmy Green, Michael, Matthew, Joshua and James Woods; niece, Erickah Harjo, and a lot of lifelong friends, and extended family.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Sam and Betty; nephew, Jeremy Green; ex-husband and best friend Tom Thiele.
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