Victoria Lowe Myers

January 31, 1942 - June 18, 2023

01/31/1942 - 06/18/2023

Victoria Lowe Myers, born on January 31, 1942, in Miami, Florida, has peacefully passed away on June 18, 2023, in Virginia Beach, Virginia, surrounded by the love of her family. She was a remarkable individual who lived a life filled with inspiration, creativity, and a passion for painting.

Throughout her years, Victoria’s talents were diverse, as she excelled in various forms of art. Her love for painting in different media, crafting custom jewelry, sewing, quilting, doll-making, and indulging in her passion for travel showcased her boundless creativity. Victoria’s dedication to her art and paintings led her to become an esteemed member of the Southside Artists Association and the Chesapeake Bay Watercolorists group.

In fact, Victoria’s artistic endeavors were not only admired by her peers, but they also earned her well-deserved recognition. Her artwork graced numerous exhibitions where she received multiple awards, leaving an indelible mark on the art community. As a testament to her skill and commitment, Victoria had the honor of serving as the Past President of the Chesapeake Bay Watercolorists group.

Victoria was a loving wife and companion, having shared 51 years of marriage with her beloved husband, Charles W. Myers, who preceded her in death. She leaves behind a legacy of love and cherished memories for her surviving family and friends. Her sons Michael T. Myers and John Myers, stepsons Brian (Cheryl) Myers and David (Debbie) Myers, as well as stepdaughter Kelly (Ed) Licciardi, will forever hold her dear in their hearts.

Victoria’s grandson, John Myers Jr., sister Diana Lombardi, Rick Lynch, sisters-in-law Patricia Copenheaver, and Ruth Blumenthal also mourn her loss. She touched the lives of those around her, leaving a lasting impact with her warmth, kindness, and artistic spirit.

In honoring Victoria’s wishes, her simple and humble nature will be respected. As a soul who desired no fuss or extravagance, her family will hold a simple cremation with no services, allowing her beautiful essence to be set free.

Victoria Lowe Myers will forever be remembered for her incredible talent, unwavering dedication to her craft, and the love she shared with those around her. Her legacy lives on in the hearts of all who were fortunate enough to know her. May she find eternal peace and continue to inspire us from beyond the canvas.

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Kelly Myers Licciardi
1 month ago

Vicki, you were more than my step-mother, you were also my friend. I was saddened to hear about your departure. I know you are with Dad. You both will be missed greatly. Love, Kelly

Nancy Topping Bazin
2 months ago

Vicki was always a kind and loving person. I will always remember her as a wonderful friend and artist.

Angela Fernicola
2 months ago

What a Beautiful woman she was. Loving, caring and so pretty.
I only played Bunco with her at the JCC but enjoyed being around her.
Sympathy to her family and may she rest in peace.

Deborah Hayden
2 months ago

I didn’t know her that well. But when I did meet her through she was a sweet lady. I know her goal was to move to Fl.
She had a lot of dear friends. I often heard of there adventures. Deepest sympathies to the family. My heart goes to you for your families loss.

Sandra L. Lowe
2 months ago

Vicki I will miss you!! You were always so sweet and upbeat. I love the Jewelry you made for me and the cards you have sent, especially since Jerry passed. I know you are at peace now, and I will smile when I think of you…which will be often. Much love to you, Sis.

Patricia Copenheaver
2 months ago

My heart is💔.I miss you.You were like a sister to me. We had some good times with our husbands. We could talk about everything. Thank you for being in my family. Say hi and give them a kiss for me. Your family will be okay. LOVE PAT 💋

2 months ago

Diana I will miss Vicki, she was a great sister in law . She make me a Noah Ark picture and I love it. I know she loved you and so glad you were with here when she passed. Mike and John, your mother loved you very much and she went home to be with her other love. She will always be with you in your heart and memories. Love Aunt Ruth

Linda Bergman
2 months ago

Vickie you will be missed. You’re a warm and caring person with so much talent. I will cherish the memories I have of you. My mermaid painting has a whole new level of meaning to me. Love and miss you my friend.

Raymond DeFrank
2 months ago

I will always remember Vicky’s kindness and generosity. Her artwork will always remind me of the beauty of the art & the artist.

Jeanie hearst
2 months ago

I was acquainted with Vicky through several art organizations as well as water aerobic exercises. Vicky was a beautiful, creative woman who I so enjoyed knowing. Not only was she a very creative artist, but also as fine instructor. I learned so much from her.

Vicky always looked wonderful, and her clothing reflected a great sense of color and style; however, that being said, she was extremely down-to- earth and non pretentious. I feel privileged to have known Vicky, and will always remember her with great fondness. So sorry she left us this soon. With condolences to all of Vicky’s family. Jeanie Hearst