Vicki M Walsh

January 8, 1943December 17, 2020

Vick M. Walsh, age 77 passed away at home on Thursday, December 17, 2020. Born January 8, 1943 to the late Victor and Frances (Condran) Sneckenberger; beloved wife of the late Thomas Walsh; loving mother of Kelly Penny, Kerry Hall, Matthew Duff and the late Michael Duff; Step-mother of Thomas Walsh, Jeffery Walsh, Linda Rupp and Ronald Walsh; cherished grandmother of 14 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Vicki retired as an I&C Technician at TMI. Friends received Saturday, December 26th, 9:30 AM until time of transition to Churchville Cemetery for a graveside service 51 South Harrisburg Street, Steelton 17113 at 11:30 AM.


  • Visitation

    Saturday, December 26, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, December 26, 2020


Vicki M Walsh

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Tammy Wise

April 12, 2021

To my second mom I miss you and I love you ❤❤❤

James G Lamb Sr

January 8, 2021

Firstly: A heavenly birthday to you, Vick.
I am sorry to hear of your passing. My deepest condolences to her entire family. You were always one of my favorite go to persons in the shop. May your journey to the next life be as fast and furious as you have been. Go with God!
Second star to the right and straight on 'til morning! Peter Pan

Carol Siegfried

December 23, 2020

Vicki we spent a lot of years together at work. You are an amazing person and your ability to bounce back from things was very inspiring. So glad we got together for lunch and a chance to catch up. That was a blessing. God bless you and those you care for.

JoAnn Duff

December 22, 2020


Thank you for having me as your daughter-in-law & wife to our beloved Michael. I was so happy being a part of your family, especially all the wonderfu times at the Lake House with all of you. I know you are now happy once again being with your husband Tom, of course your son & mother. I am so glad we have talked over the past weeks. Merry Heavenly Christmas.

Natasha Nickey

December 22, 2020

I don’t even know where to begin Vicki & I had so many wonderful memories so many laughs & many tears. I met this woman on her journey to meet god. Meeting someone knowing eventually in a short time you will be holding hands as they take there last breath is very hard, Vicki made taking care of her easy . Everyday I looked forward to seeing her. They say don’t get close with your patients but she was not my patient she was so much more . I will treasure our moments she is at peace now and with her beloved husband . I will miss her so very much . Watch over my family & I xoxoxo