Louise Velma “Weezy” Wickline, 77, of Salem, rejoined her mom and brother on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at Lewis-Gale Medical Center. She was born in Shady Spring, W.VA to the late Pauline Belle Wickline.
After 20 plus faithful years as a Laborer for Home Shopping Network, Louise made the decision to retire so she could spend more time with her family and friends. She was known to make the best buttermilk biscuits and sausage gravy, as well as cooking up spaghetti for everyone to enjoy. Her children would often bring their friends by where they could enjoy a fork full directly out of the pot and off the wood stove. She loved working puzzle books, congregating outside with friends and family while enjoying a cold beverage and some of the earth’s finest herb. Weezy also enjoyed time talking to her beloved birds while at home. She absolutely loved and cherished her family and friends and was considered “one of a kind” and “a unique lady.”
In addition to her mother, Louise was preceded in death her brother, Charles Richard “Charlie” Wickline.
Left to cherish her memory includes sons, Roger Kenneth “Face” Flurnoy, Jr.; Robert Edward Flurnoy, Sr. both of Roanoke, Va; John Leonard Flurnoy of Salem, Va; daughter, Sherri Lynn Flurnoy of Boones Mill, Va; sister, Loretta Kay Roebuck of Arizona; 9 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren; special friends, Buddy Lucado, Tammy Pugh, David “Henry” Dalton, Carl Stoneman, and Mike Cable plus numerous nieces and nephews.
A celebration of weezy’s life will held at her home in West Virginia at a later date.
Online condolences may be expressed by visiting www.johnmoakey.com.