Victoria N. “Vicki” Schlobohm, 55, surrounded by her family, passed away peacefully at her residence in Beaufort, South Carolina on Friday, July 8th after a long battle with illness.
Born January 24, 1961 in Glen Ridge, New Jersey to John Noyes and Jane Munning Noyes, Vicki grew to become an active member of the Glen Ridge community. An insatiable reader, Vicki worked for the public library system and as a professional typist before graduating from Glen Ridge High School in 1979. She went on to graduate from Simmons College of Boston in 1983. During her college years, she went on to marry her long-time family friend Rudy Schlobohm, also of Glen Ridge. After college, Vicki returned with her husband to Montclair, New Jersey, where she ran her father’s insurance agency, The Noyes Agency on Broad Street, with her brother, Mark Noyes. Here, she also raised a son and a daughter, her pride and joy.
In 2010, Vicki moved with her husband and son to Pleasant Point Plantation on Lady’s Island, where met some of her closest friends and with her husband Rudy, grew deep roots in the Beaufort community. Vicki spent her final years traveling the world with her husband and enjoying long walks along the marshes of the Sea Islands.
Vicki is widowed from her husband, Rudolph Schlobohm and she is survived by her daughter, Melissa Schlobohm, her son, Karl Schlobohm, her daughter-in law, Mercedes Schlobohm, her granddaughter, Athena Schlobohm, her brothers, Carl, Chris, David and Richard Noyes, her sister, Linda Noyes Kneen, her brother-in-law, Todd Schlobohm, and her sister-in-law, Marilea “Kimm” Schlobohm.
A service will be held to celebrate Vicki’s life at Tidal Creek Fellowship on Lady’s Island on Saturday, July 30th at 1:00pm. For all of those wishing to attend the reception Tabby Garden downtown following the service, the family asks that you coordinate bring food and your beverages of choice. Inquiries may be sent to her son Karl via email at: email@example.com.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association through their website: www.alz.org, or by contacting your local office.
Finally, her requests would be that friends and family celebrate by gathering together whenever possible to reconnect and to discuss fond memories of Vicki over her favorite music.