Vicki Ratliff, 66

Minnie Victoria “Vicki” Ratliff, 66 of Elkhorn City, KY passed away Saturday, July 10, 2021 at her residence. Vicki was a teacher and a member of the Ferrells Creek Church of Christ. Vicki was born January 22, 1955 to the late Justice “Jus” Ratliff & Audrey Hawkins Ratliff. In addition to her parents, Vicki was preceded in death by three brothers, James Corbett Ratliff, David Mack Ratliff & Julian Claude “J.C.” Ratliff. Vicki is survived by her sister, Corine Coleman of San Antonio, TX. Visitation will be from 6-10PM Tuesday, July 13, and Wednesday, July 14, 2021 at the Bailey Funeral Home Chapel with services nightly at 7PM. Funeral services will be Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 11AM from the chapel with Jim Ed Belcher & Billy Ford officiating. Burial will follow at Wilson Cemetery, Draffin, KY.


  1. Mary Musick Ward says

    Loved this woman she was AMAZING…so wonderful, and kind, and her heart was way bigger than she was.
    I will miss you so much. πŸ’œπŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­

  2. Maggie Hurst says

    We will always love you now and forever vicki.
    Such a special women to my parents (Ken & Benita) and myself so kind and loving she will be so missed

  3. Mandy & Dave Countryman says

    Vicki was one of our best friends. She was a wonderful lady who thought of others before herself. We loved having β€œgame” nights when she was in town. She told us that she was in the Eastern Star. As a Freemason, I found this very exciting. She was an inspiration to us with all the medical issues she had. We admired her strength, her love, and her tenacity. She will be truly missed by all who had the privilege to know her. We miss you Vicki and know that heaven received a new angel. We love you!!

  4. Chris Shellnut says

    Vicki was a kind soul with a big heart and will be missed. While always a fixture of visits to Elkhorn City in my youth with my Mother, Alene, these last few years of visits allowed me to develop a greater loving relationship with her. She was full of life with endless stories and I am grateful to have gotten to know her better. I’m sure she is sitting on her front porch somewhere in Heaven surrounded by loved one’s sipping an iced tea.

  5. Alma Dowdle says

    Someone as special as Vicki will never be forgottten. I will always treasured the times we spend at bingo every time she was in town. She will remain in our hearts forever.

    Your family remains in our prayers.

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