In Loving Memory

Victoria Anne Saxer, d. September 5, 2014

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In Loving Memory

August 3, 1991 – September 5, 2014

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Fairhope, AL

Victoria Anne Saxer, of Fairhope, passed away on September 4, 2014 at the early age of 23. She was born on August 3, 1991 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, the third child and second daughter to Ashley Martin and Michael Saxer. She was a wonderful and influential person who positively affected the lives of everyone she knew, and was the most kind hearted and caring person that any of her family and friends knew. Her presence would put everyone at ease. Succeeding at everything she put her mind to, she was on the Dean’s list and was the cohort leader at her school, Breckinridge School of Nursing. She worked at several different jobs that allowed her to immediately engage with people who needed her help in both hospital and home healthcare.

 She is survived by her parents, Ashley (Brian) Martin of Fairhope, AL and Michael (Janet) Saxer of Waveland, MS; brother, John Saxer of Anchorage, AK; sister, Caitlen Babb of Fairhope, AL; and many other relatives and friends.

Victoria was a bright and kind young woman who will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

A celebration of Victoria’s life will be held at 11:00am on Friday, September 12, 2014, at The Dwelling Place Church, 18246 S. Greeno Rd. Fairhope, AL 36532.The family will receive friends beginning at 10:00am until service time. In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations to be made in Victoria Anne Saxer’s name to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, www.afsp.org. Expressions of condolence may be offered at www.hughesfh.com. Arrangements are by Hughes Funeral Home and Crematory, 7951 American Way, Daphne, AL.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18 Comments

  1. Randy Duke

    To all of the family – we are so very sorry for your loss and are keeping Victoria and of you in our prayers.

    May God grant you peace.

    Randy and Lori Duke

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  2. Mikelle

    Mike and family,

    So sorry for your loss. May God comfort you during this difficult time.

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  3. Gary and Kathy Horner

    Victoria was a caregiver for Mr. Gary and what a beautiful person–inside and out. We loved her for her gentleness, her caring , her professionalism, her positive attitude, and her faith in God. She was truly a joy for us to have in our home. We miss her and we love her. We will pray for her and for her family. Gary and Kathy Horner

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  4. Melissa Paulk

    Mr Mike and Mrs Janet,
    All of us at #35 want to let you both know how deeply sorry we are for your loss. May God keep his loving arms around your family as you mourn the loss of Victoria. We love you both!

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  5. Lynn Morris

    Caitlen….my heart goes out to you and your family at this difficult time. Please know that you all are in my thoughts and prayers. May God touch your hearts and bring you all peace. Take care, and God Bless….

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  6. Stephanie and Cevin Cormier

    Victoria was a very beautiful girl, and more beautiful on the inside than out. No one has a bigger, more generous heart and we’re fortunate she shared it with us. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family for your loss. RIP and may we all aspire to Victoria’s kindness and caring for others – Stephanie and Cevin Cormier

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  7. Janet

    Mike & Janet…..my heart goes out to both of you….love to you both

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  8. Debbie Waits

    There are no words of comfort strong enough to really help at this time. Just know that we are all praying for your family. God bless you all.

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  9. Cecil & Karen Chastain

    Mike, Janet and siblings of Victoria Saxer,
    You have our deepest condolences and prayers! Only God knows when it’s time to call an angel home although we don’t always agree with the conditions or decisions one makes.
    She is now with God and there will be no more sorrow for her. God in his infinite wisdom has a plan for all of us and not to be questioned.
    God Bless each of you in this time of sadness. Words are empty at times like this but it’s our way of expressing our individual sorrow as well.

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  10. Reb Bodet

    Mike,

    Anne and I send our love and prayers to you and your family. May God’s light shine forever on Victoria.

    Reb and Anne Bodet

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  11. Rick Conason

    Dear Mike and Janet,

    I am SO sorry to hear about your daughter. I pray Our Lord sends you His greatest blessings during this trying time.

    Rick and Edwina Conason

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  12. Leah Crenshaw

    I’m so sorry for your loss ,Your daughter was so full of life and everyone loved her and that beautiful smile of her that was like a little sunshine for everyone who knew her she will be greatly missed here at Providence Hospital .Hope you all will find this comfort at this time hold on to her memory and smile when you hear a laugh in the background it will be her ,

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  13. Bob Triezenberg

    My deepest condolences to Ashley and the rest of the family. I had the opportunity to work with Victoria for a short time several years ago; she was one of the sweetest and most friendly person I’ve known. I will continue to pray for peace and comfort in this trying time of loss. “The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit” – Psalm 34:18

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  14. Beverly B McMurphy and Uncle Jon McMurphy

    My Precious Darling Victoria, I still hear your wonderful voice on my phone. I am so proud of you making the Deans list in nursing,you are and were a wonderful granddaughter. Your Uncle Jon and I will see you every day in our hearts.

    I love you to the moon and back.

    Grammy

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  15. Susan Hogan

    Deepest sympathy for the loss of your daughter. Losing a loved one is never easy. May God be with the family in this of time. Sending prayers

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  16. Steven J. McQueen Jr.

    Victoria,
    I did not know you well, and I can only say that I met you a handful of times. However, what I do remember of you is well kept and acknowledged. I cannot speak to the insurmountable obstacles that may have led to this day, but you are kept immortal in the memories of those that love you. I hope that you find whatever peace you couldn’t find in this life, in the next. It is truth that no one can understand your struggles, but that we should take solace in the fact that they are now over and we can smile in the thought that you are in a better place. I may not have ever gotten to touch your soul, but from the memories shared here in this guest book, I imagine that I would have been blessed to know you better than I did. I wish you safe travels in whatever awaits you beyond the veil and that you will watch us all and continue to guide us down safer paths ourselves. You are beautiful, loved, and remembered always in the hearts of those that love you.

    Peace be with you, blessed be.
    Steven J. McQueen Jr.

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  17. Grams McMurphy

    Sweetheart it is now one month since you left on your journey. I see you every day in my heart wishing I could have been with you at this time of sadness. The african vilote that was in your room two years ago is still beautiful as like you. I miss you more more each day. My life will never be the same without my only granddaughter. My precious girl, you had so many planes for the future and so many patients to help. I love you to the moon and back. Your Grams

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  18. Grams McMurphy

    Hello my Precious, I look at you each day, the picture of you as a little girl and then an adult. I miss you so very much and wish I could have done some thing to prevent this terrible death. I think of you all the time wishing I could have taken your pain away. I will always love you.

    We, Uncle Jon and I are starting a place for people in your name and honor of your life with brain injuries as you had ask me about before your passing. It will be called Victoria’s Dream.

    I love you my precious one and only granddaughter.

    Grams

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