Vicki Ann (Cleverley) Chapman was born August 19, 1949 and returned to her Heavenly Father on February 27, 2023. The oldest of eight children born to Grant and Marjorie Cleverley, Vicki was born in American Falls, Idaho.
During a life in the service of others, Vicki worked over 25 years for the Mesa Unified School District and held numerous callings in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. After retiring from MUSD, Vicki served a church mission at the Mesa Temple.
Vicki moved to Mesa in 1984 to raise her family and lived there the rest of her days.
Preceded in death by her husband, Melvin, Vicki is survived by her children Shari (Christopher) Mansfield, Melvin Russell (Claudette) Chapman, Amy (Eric) Campbell, and Rebecca (Ryan) Rodriquez.
She is also survived by siblings Marcia (Patrick) Mais, Rodney (Nancy) Cleverley, Diane (Fred) Prince, Steven (Denise) Cleverley, Dawna (Wade) Peterson, Annette (Richard) West, Marlene (Larry) Hilton, 12 grandchildren, 5 great- grandchildren, and many extended family members who loved her dearly.
At Vicki’s request, there will be a memorial service June 10, 2023.
Arrangements by Bunker’s Garden Chapel, www.bunkerfuneral.com. Should this obituary appear anywhere but bunkerfuneral.com, please check our website for accurate details and service information.
I lived in Aspen ward for about 4 years and while there I was Vicki’s Visiting Teacher, along with Ann Udall. I dearly loved her and have truly missed her since we moved from the ward. I loved her so much and I’m so sad to hear this. May God bless her and her family. 😪😪😪
Our sincerest condolences to the family of our sister and magnificent woman who has blessed the lives of so many in the Aspen Ward. She is beloved and missed very much! May the Lord comfort your hearts. Love, Aspen Ward Relief Society.
I can’t express how much I love Vicki! She was always so kind to me and I loved visiting with her!!! She is missed!!
To Vicky’s family: Dear Family, I was sad to learn of your mother’s passing. She is a very special woman and we were good friends. There was a time when I needed help and she helped me out in a very special way, and I have always been very grateful to her. May you all be blessed as you remember her. Love, Juanita
I’m so sad to hear of Vicki’s passing . Heaven gained a beautiful woman and an even more beautiful spirit! There wasn’t much Vicki couldn’t do. If you needed something done you called Vicki. If you needed a meal taken in she volunteered. If you needed someone to give love to another, Vicki was there. I have seen her so many times reach out to others. She was truly an angel in the Aspen Ward. I feel so blessed to know this sweet women who did do much for so many. Vicki I will miss you, but I know you have moved on to do a greater work. I love you sweet friend!