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Lawrence Vickers

Orrin Lawrence Vickers

Orrin Lawrence Vickers, 68, was born on August 3, 1948. He was a life long resident of Fort Pierce, Florida where he started his land clearing company, Treasure Coast Tractor Service. LV was known to never have a bad day. It was impossible for him to meet a stranger or to find him not smiling. His passions included fishing, hunting, spending time with his family, and of course, cutting up. His proudest accomplishment was marrying the love of his life Doris. Although he passed March 7, 2017, their love outlasts his time on earth. LV is survived by his two daughters Kelly and Ashley Vickers Brown and son-in-law, Ed Brown, and grandson Logan Folan.

He was preceded in death by his parents, OJ & Allowee Vickers and son, Tody Vickers.

Services: Service will be held on Saturday, March 11, 2017 at 11:00 AM at Orange Avenue Baptist Church, Fort Pierce.

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03/08/17 11:04 PM #1    

Lois Walters (Gordy)

My fondest high school memory of Lawrence was when we took drivers education together.  Lawrence knew how to drive ~ but for whatever reason, he was taking the class with the rest of us ~ who had little or no experience.  The teacher seemed to like that Lawrence was experienced and it seemed like he would give him more driving time than the others in the car.  Guess the instructor needed to calm his nerves periodically and Lawrence could do that without a problem.  I will certainly miss Lawrence as we were neighbors for a number of years and he always met you with a big smile and a warm heart.  Rest in peace Lawrence!


03/09/17 05:57 PM #2    

Billy Gilda Ruth Quarles Webb (Webb)

Billy said Lawrence an him dragged race from US 1 to A an W Billy put his foot in it, car went side ways, beat the other car, an Billy an Lawrence, had no idea, that Mustang, would go that fast. Great memories, we shared with our friends, praying for y'all.Billy an Gilda

03/14/17 05:45 AM #3    

Gregory Simmons

Lawrence, "LV" was a happy and smiling man, it was great running into to him out west Vero Beach when I was speckled perch fishing and he would be fishing for specs or cat fish. We would talk and enjoy a few minutes together before we left the boat ramp. God bless his family. Greg Simmons

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