Vicki Pearson, age 63, passed away due to complication from Covid-19 on July 17, 2021, surrounded by her loving family. She has been a resident of Colorado Springs since 1994. She was a life-long nurse and worked many years at Penrose Main Hospital as well as Memory Care and Rehabilitation centers at several local facilities.

   Vicki was born on July 9, 1958, to William Paul Bland and Betty Ann (Darrah) Bland in Spring Valley, IL. On October 25, 2002, she married David Pearson in Colorado Springs, CO.

   Vicki enjoyed counted cross stitch, crocheting, scrapbooking, and listening to music.   She loved cooking and spending time with family and friends but being “Nannie” to her grandchildren was what she loved most. She was a member of the Elks Lodge #309. She attended DePue High School and Illinois Valley Community College. 

   She is survived by her loving husband, David Pearson; her sons, Travis Curtis of Halethorpe, MD and Trevor Curtis (Becky) of Colorado Springs, CO; her sisters, Pamela Snow (Robert) of DeKalb, IL, Paulette Bland of Joliet, IL, Berta Bland, Becca Bland Olsen and Keri Curtis of Peru, IL. Her grandchildren Braedun, Troy, Eden, and Abel Curtis were her world. Vicki also had fifteen nieces and nephews as well as fourteen great nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her nephew, Tyler Bland, her father, mother, paternal and maternal grandparents.

   A Celebration of Life Ceremony will be held at 5:00 PM on Saturday, July 24, 2021, at Shrine of Remembrance located at 1730 E Fountain Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO. Masks are requested.

   In lieu of flowers, Vicki has requested Memorials be made to Mary’s Home or to Silver Key.  Mary’s Home,, e-mail address:, is a wonderful resource for single mothers and children in need of assistance to heal, recover and build new dreams.  Silver Key,, provides Meals on Wheels and other support for seniors in Colorado Springs. You could also plant a lilac bush or tree or any pretty purple flower, plant, bush or tree in memory of Vicki.

   “Wear a mask and get vaccinated.”

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  1. Thank for your many years of friendship. You have been a true Rose in my field of dandelions.

  2. Dave, we are so very sorry for your loss. Vicki was such a bright and beautiful person! She will truly be missed. Love Tony and Da❤️❤️❤️

  3. God miss her so much already. Still can’t understand why bad things happen to good people. We had a lot of good times together. Laughed and laughed so much.
    She was a great friend and a wonderful wife to Dave. Which made her a Ace with me and so many others. Its so hard to think of life with out her. But one day we will all see her again. Just want Dave and her kids and family to know I am thinking of them . And they are all in my prayers.

  4. I know your in the best hands now
    I’m sorry this happened to you and to her family
    Such a beautiful person. Always celebrated the holidays with joy and love. I’ll miss you even though it was a short time knowing you. GOD BLESS ,

  5. You were always a good friend. RIP Vicki

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