- About Us
- Pricing and Merchandise Available
- Facility Tour
Vickie (Terflinger) Brown went to be with our Lord on July 17, 2018. After a long and courageous fight against cancer. She was born in Kettering, England to the late Msgt Charles Terflinger and the late Ruby (Payne) Terflinger on March 16, 1957 and came to the United States at nine months old. Vickie spent the majority of her life as a resident of Ft. Walton Beach, Florida which she considered to be her home. She spent the last ten years as a resident of Butler Pa with her husband Randy Brown. She attended the Christ Community United Methodist Church of Butler.
Even though she never served in the military or public safety, Vickie was a veteran in support of her father and husband and all veterans of this country and for her husband and son for the Fire Service.
Vickie was very proud of her children's careers and dearly loved her grandchildren. She always looked forward to their visits and wished she could be with them all the time.
She is survived by her husband, Retired Fire Chief Randy Brown, her daughter Catrina A. Reichel and husband Retired Tsgt Todd Reichel of Bath, Pa., son Division Chief Christopher Brown and wife Serena of Niceville, Fla.
Grandchildren: Nicholas Reichel, Addison Brown, Logan Brown and Lilian Reichel. Brother Jay Terflinger and Debra Hamilton of Ft. Walton Beach, and niece Kalee Terflinger, Sister Gerry Rogers of Destin, Fla and nephew Kyle and niece Danielle Rogers; and Father and Mother -in-Law Retired Sargent First Class Jack and Phyllis Brown of Butler, Sister-in-Law Pam Schiebel of Butler, Niece Melissa Blicha and husband Ben of Georgia, Nephews Joey and Josh Schiebel and Niece Ann Marie Schiebel all of Butler. Extended family from Mt. Sterling Ohio and Kettering England.
Friends will be received at the Geibel Funeral Home, 201 East Cunningham St. Butler, PA 16001 from 1-3 PM Saturday. A Prayer Service will follow at 3:00 pm Saturday from the Funeral Home with Rev. Bruce Gascoine to officiate. Interment will be held in Florida.
In lieu Flowers the family requests donations be made to Concordia Good Samaritan Hospice c/o Concordia Lutheran Ministries Foundation, 134 Marwood Rd., Cabot, Pa 16023, Include in memo “Hospice”