Brent A. Vickers

Brent A. Vickers, age 58, of Lake Delton, Wisconsin passed away Tuesday, March 5, 2019, at his home.

Visitation will be from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 Noon on Sunday, March 10, 2019, at Roseberry’s Funeral Home in Friendship, Wisconsin. Interment will be at the Mt. Repose Cemetery in Friendship.

Brent was born November 8, 1960, in Friendship to John and Marie Vickers.

He graduated from Adams-Friendship High School in 1979 and then went on to graduate from UW Oshkosh.

Brent married Diane Thompson on May 4, 1996, in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin.

For the last ten years, Brent worked at the Kalahari in their finance department.   Prior to Kalahari, he worked for Copacabana Resorts for many years as their business manager.

Brent enjoyed visiting Door County for fall colors, watching Packers, running stats league for football, watching NASCAR, visiting state and national parks, photography, spending time with family, listening to alternative music, and attending Brewer’s games in Milwaukee.

 

Brent was preceded in death by his parents, John & Marie Vickers.

Survivors:

Wife:  Diane Vickers of Lake Delton, Wisconsin

Son:  Dylan Vickers of Lake Delton, Wisconsin

Daughter:  Sierra Vickers of Lake Delton, Wisconsin

Daughter:  Jade Vickers of Lake Delton, Wisconsin

Brother:  Rick (Debbie) Dettmer of Harvard, Illinois

Sister:  Linda (nee Dettmer) (Greg) Sorenson of Friendship, Wisconsin

Brother:  Thomas (Patti) Vickers of St. Cloud, Florida

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the UW Carbone Center or Agrace HospiceCare.

 

 

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  1. Lisa Swanson Imler says:

    So sorry to hear about Brent. So many memories of all of us from kindergarten on. Brent was always a great guy!

  2. Bob and Barb Zavadil says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. Your family is in our prayers. I got to know Brent through his football stats league back in the early 1990s .It was always a great time getting together with him and the guys on draft day.Many memories and always a few beers were shared on that day. He will truly be missed.

  3. Eugene Boersma says:

    My condolences to the entire Vickers family. Brent was an amazing person. I’m sorry that life took us on different paths within the same industry. I always looked forward to seeing him at class reunions to play catch up. God speed Brent. My prayers to you all.

  4. Bev Ward says:

    So sorry for your loss. Prayers are with you.

  5. Richard & Rita Zietlow says:

    Linda, Rick, Tom and Brent’s family our sincere condolences. Brent will be missed by many. Hugs to all

  6. Teresa Harvey-Beversdorf says:

    Brent was a great kid at AFHS. Sending our sympathies to family and friends. Tom Beversdorf

  7. Kevin Eggebeen says:

    Brently dear Brently
    How sorrowful am I
    Brently dear Brently
    Don’t want to say goodbye
    I knew our certain friendship
    From the first time that we met
    Forever it was etched in stone
    Forever it was set
    A common love for football
    For the Packers we did cheer
    Stats league was our way of life
    And of course the beer
    The Commish is forever in my heart
    Life will not be the same
    That you will never be a part
    You’ve played your final game
    Brently dear Brently
    How sorrowful am I
    Brently dear Brently
    Don’t want to say goodbye

    Been

    My heartfelt love to Diane and the family. I loved Brently like a brother! God’s blessings.

    RIP
    Commish

  8. Michael Jensen says:

    My deepest condolences to Brent’s entire family. I lost touch with Brent over the years, but have many fond memories
    of high school and UW Oshkosh years together. I will raise a Hamm’s beer to honor Brent! Great guy and true friend!

  9. Ana Borta says:

    My sincere condolences to Vickers family. He was a wonderful colleague to work with for so many years. It won’t be the same without you. Rest In Peace Brent.

  10. Stacey (Hammond) Hamman says:

    Tom and Linda & Family,
    So sorry to hear of Brent’s passing. So many childhood memories of the Pine/Oak St Clan . Thoughts & Prayers.

  11. Steve Bassetto says:

    I was so sad to hear about Brent’s passing. I hope and pray that the family will have strength during this time of loss. I will always have great memories of Brent during our college years! Extending my heartfelt condolences to you and your family.

  12. Patti A Rhinehart says:

    Linda and family… so sorry to hear this. Deepest sympathy to all.
    Patti

  13. Joy Weidner says:

    My sincere condolences for your loss. The Kalahari family is mourning with you. <3

  14. Karl Anderson says:

    Brent was a good soul. When you first met him, he would come off as a tough nut to crack. Once you were inside his self-described “comfort zone,” you found an intelligent and thoughtful man with some dynamite stories and a well-honed of humor. I will miss him.

    My deepest condolences to the Vickers family.

  15. John Safstrom says:

    I rarely remember what I did last month or even last year but I remember what I was doing December 7, 1980. I was sitting in a dorm room in Oshkosh with Brent watching the Packers get beat by the Bears 61-7. Brent’s dorm room was stacked floor to ceiling with empty cases of Hamms beer. You could not see the walls. Only the empty cases. We added 2 more that day. Little did I know that there would be many more days of friendship ahead.

    Most of the memories I have of fun and friendship include Brent. Our circle had this magical thing called Stats League which kept us together. Grown men that care for each other and sometimes even say I love you brother.

    My heart goes out to Brent’s family. My family will say a prayer for Diane and her family.

    In a few days we will say goodbye to our friend. We will drink Old Fashions, tell stories, laugh or asses off and then cry like small children.

    I will say I love you brother and remember March 5, 2019.

  16. Tiffany says:

    My condolences to family. Bret shared so many stories but my favorite one was him explaining how he watched football without split screen. That’s right he stacked TV’s on top of each other just so he could watch all the games. I enjoyed working with him for a short time, he had the best sassy comebacks and unforgettable personality. RIP Bret!

  17. Roger Marti says:

    So sorry to hear this sad news. My condolences go out to Brent’s family.

  18. Scott Waller says:

    My Little League teammate back in Ad Co on the Cubs, college roommate, and old friend it is all so hard to believe and so sad. All the adventures in Oshkosh always bring a smile to my face. I am so grateful to you for all these years of Stats league and Super Bowl parties you organized keeping the old gang together. When I saw you at the Super Bowl party last month it reminded me to live and love with all my heart. Life is short and precious. My deepest condolences to Diane and the family. We are all so lucky to know you.

  19. Ray Bork says:

    My brother, my friend! 50 feet across the street you, me and Tommy became mates. Oak Street brothers, hijacked dad’s milk cooler of all the chocolate milk we could drink! 35+ years later on Super Bowl Sunday Feb. 2019 we raised a toast with the commish and to our fantasy football league which he gave birth to in 1982. Hoping we would do the same next year, God had different plans. I’m so glad we had that day with you and Diane. The most incredible mind I’ve ever had the privilege knowing. The Adams, Oshkosh, Dells memories will are countless and will never be forgotten. I hope to hell you and Kenneth ” the snake” Stabler are sharing a beer and talking football. HOF Snake, I believe your lobbying got him elected commish! Never a negative word to or towards another human (ok maybe a packer coach or player on occasion and always the Bears or Visqueens).
    Thoughts, prayers and hugs to Diane and children, Tom, Rick, Linda..countless friends.

    RIP my friend,
    K Pin

  20. Stacy sears says:

    my Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

  21. Beverly Sigourney says:

    … a moment of silence… Peace be with you, my fellow Kalahari comrade. My sincere thoughts and prayers to your precious family.

  22. Lavonne scott says:

    So sorry. My old neighbor. Your Mom was so proud of you boys.

  23. Judy Brunn says:

    Thoughts and prayers to all of you.

  24. Deb Bourke says:

    So sorry for your loss. Another class mate gone too soon. Hugs to all the family and friends.💔💔

  25. Larry & Evelyn Johnston ( York) says:

    So sad.. for your loss. Praying for His Peace & His Comfort, for all. Share your memories.

  26. A.J. Lumby says:

    So sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you. Wonderful man..

  27. Peggy and Buck says:

    So sorry for your families loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

  28. Peg (Henriksen)Lecy says:

    May God family and friends comfort you during this difficult times. So sorry on your loss

  29. Valerie Mecklenburg says:

    Heartbreaking. Hugs & prayers to you all.

  30. Curt and Michelle Pollex says:

    I’m so sorry for y’all’s loss. May God comfort you and give you Peace~✝️

  31. Judy Alderman says:

    So sorry for your family’s loss

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