Sunset Funeral Home
1800 St. George Rd., Evansville

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Victoria Bradshaw

July 20, 1969 - May 16, 2021


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    Karla Cook says

    My dear Princess Victoria, I will miss you forever. I will always remember our happy times together and daily text messages just to ck in each other. It meant so much to me. Love to Greg, Kimberly, and Karen.

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    Becky Evans Caswell says

    We only met and became family a few years ago, we had so much getting to know each other left to do. You brought so much joy, laughter and fun. Those beautiful eyes and infectious smile will be missed greatly. I’ll see you again sweet lady. 🙏❤️✌️

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    Marla Brickell says

    A beautiful person, who was a big part of our lives. She will be greatly missed.

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    Brandon Bell says

    Victoria held a special place in my heart, I will always remember how funny and sweet she was. She was too Young to go so fast.. I wish I could’ve told her I loved her one more time before she had to go, so I love you momma. Rest easy.

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    Robb Kurzendoerfer says

    Victoria was a beautiful soul who helped me through a very tough situation. She will forever be remembered by me for her support and love. She is gone much too soon😢

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    Gina Skarda says

    My sincere condolences to the whole family. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Sending hugs to all of you. Love, Gina Skarda 😘🙏🏻

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    Lisa Bush says

    I worked with Victoria everyday on our projects.. We were like ying and yang, had our bitch sessions when needed, and always checked on each other.. I will forever cherish our memories, and never forget her. She would make me laugh by yelling at her dogs, but no matter what she was a strong woman that will be forever missed.. ❤️ You Vic! ❤️

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    Lisa Bush says

    Vic and I worked closely together on the T-Mobile team. She will forever be missed and I will forever cherish her and our memories that we shared. There are no words to say to get through this, but know that Vic would have wanted everyone to celebrate her life and not be sadden.

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Victoria Bradshaw went home to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on May 16, 2021. She was reunited with her hero, her dad, Victor, and beloved son, Jarrod. She was born on July 20,1969, the same day the first man landed on the moon, which made her very special. She was born to Victor Dillbeck and Karen Shultz in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Victoria “Vic” Bradshaw was an amazing woman who loved life. She knew how to enjoy the little things. She loved fishing, was an amazing cook, and loved spending time with her family. She had 2 pitbull fur babies Samson and Delilah, she loved them so much. She enjoyed drag racing in her free time, she loved the thrill. Victoria was so loved, and will be missed by many.

A special thanks to her team at Stratus for all the love and support given during this trying time.

Victoria was preceded in death by her father Victor Dillbeck and son Jarrod Sumner.

Victoria is survived by her loving husband Greg Mac Bradshaw; mother Karen Shultz; daughter Tiffani (Dylan) Powell; grandchildren Shane, Parker, Archer, Eli, Connor, and Shirley; sister Kimberly (Kim) Wells; a bonus daughter Heather Ditzer; and a dear friend Karla Kamp Cook, and many other close friends and family.

A celebration of life will be held at River of Life Church, 1000 S. Barker Avenue on Saturday, June 12, 2021, at 2pm.