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Aimee Ann Vickers
June 3, 1932-Aug. 19, 2021
Pleasanton, CA

Aimee Ann Vickers passed away peacefully, after time surrounded by her family, early in the morning of August 19. She was vibrant, alert and beautiful up to her last day which is one of the many gifts she gave her family and community.

Aimee was the fifth child and only girl in her family, born in Indonesia of Dutch ancestry in 1932. She immigrated to the United States from Holland with her husband and the boy’s father in the early 1960s and spend many years in Palo Alto. She moved to Pleasanton in the late 1990s to help with her grandchildren and became “Oma” to a generation of Pleasantonians who loved her.

Aimee was always active in the community. She served as a crossing guard for many years in Pleasanton and Dublin. She was a member of the choirs at Valley Community Church and St. Philips Church in Dublin. She also sang with the Broadway Chorus through Tri-Valley Repertory Theatre. In recent years she even sang in a German Opera with the Chorus! She loved her Red Hat Society ladies and never missed a Red Hat gathering.

Aimee is survived by her three sons, Jim Vickers (Karen) of Fremont, Mike Vickers (Virginia) and Robert Vickers all of Pleasanton and her daughter Yvon Kessler Koole (Claus) of Holland. Aimee was Oma to six grandchildren, Heather De La Pena, Caitlin Sawyer, Grace Sedgewick, Nate Vickers, Bo Koole, Noucky Koole and eight great grandchildren.

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