Indianapolis - Victoria Rose Warren Boller, 76, passed away Friday, April 3, 2020. She was born April 30, 1943 in Frankfort, IN to the late Emmit and Claire Decker Warren. She attended Harry Wood High School.
Vicki served her family as a fulltime wife and mother, who enjoyed gardening, cooking, interior design and shopping. She also enjoyed family gatherings, cookouts and birthday parties. She loved celebrating the accomplishments of her children and grandchildren.
Christmas was one of Vicki’s favorite holidays. She decorated the entire house and Christmas tree. She loved wrapping Christmas presents. Vicki was also an animal lover. She enjoyed curling up on the couch with her dogs and cats while they watched Christmas movies.
Vicki collected interior design magazines and liked to create vision boards with different pictures and color schemes. She was a fashionista and loved to be up-to-date on her style and look. She was a very elegant and classy woman who loved shiny, metallic clothing, jewelry and accessories.
One of her favorite hobbies was planting flowers in her garden and spending time on her back patio. She loved sitting on her back porch swing while it rained outside. Vicki’s favorite vacation spot was Key West, Florida. She was an amazing cook with a bit of a southern flair. Her laugh was contagious. She loved to dance to 60’s music. She was very fun and sassy and she had the best sense of humor.
Vicki is survived by her beloved husband of 60 years, Merritt Boller; children: Barbara Boller Schuster, Rhonda Boller Thompson, Victoria Boller Johnson, Aaron Boller and Wendy Boller Martin; seven grandchildren; four great grandchildren; and many other loving family members and dear friends.
In lieu of flowers, Victoria’s family requests that donations be made in her memory to www.Covid19responsefund.org.
There will be no services for Vicki at this time, but a celebration of her will be conducted at a later date. Please continue to support the Boller family during this difficult time by clicking the “Share Memories” icon above and sharing your memories, thoughts and prayers.