In Memory


Vikki Allred


Vikki Aleen Allred was an extraordinary mother, daughter, sister, friend and athlete.  She departed this world peacefully at her home surrounded by family on Nov. 12, 2021, at age 69.

Vikki was born to Douglas J. and Geraldine Black Allred on September 14, 1952, in Delta, Utah.  She graduated from Utah State University where she relished in being a collegiate athlete and was an active member of the Alpha Chi Omega Sorority.  After graduating from Utah State, Vikki pursued her dream to coach women's sports at Murray High School, Utah State and the University of Utah.  Vikki embraced development in all aspects of life.  Anything she did she excelled.  She was an entrepreneur and successful co-owner of the Lakeview Travel Agency and the Triangle Tire Goodyear store with her family,

Vikki was an incredible mother.  She taught her two daughters to support each other, learn, love, live, forgive, grow, and be happy.  She had a remarkable group of friends and neighbors who supported her.  She loved and accepted them unconditionally.

Vikki was adventurous exploring the world with her family and friends.  Many of her joys included water skiing, snow skiing, ATV riding, body building, camping, fishing, traveling, hiking, golfing, going to the cabin, reading, attending theater, pickleball, poker, and being the reigning champion of King Crowns.  You could say she had a competitive streak.

Vikki is preceded in death by her mother Geraldine (Geri) Allred and survived by her two daughters, Taylor Allred (David) and Madison Allred (Kyle), her father, Doug Allred, her brother, Ward Allred (Suzie) and her nephew Lance Allred.

A celebration of life and viewing will be held in her honor on November 18, 2021, 6 - 8 PM at Starks Funeral Parlor located at 3651 South 900 East Salt Lake City, A brief toast in her memory will be offered at 6:45PM.  Share your photos and memories with the family at


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11/18/21 02:02 PM #1    

Lorraine Child (Misener)

Vikki was my roommate at Utah State both our Freshman and Sophmore years.  She taught me to play raquetball.  We played on the winning touch football team, with her playing our quarterback.  Vikki was all in when it came to having fun and doing active things!  I will always consider her a very dear friend.  I was shocked to hear of her passing. I truly thought she would live to be 105.  She was always in the best shape of anyone I've known.  Condolences to her family.  She will be sorely missed!!

11/18/21 03:06 PM #2    

Larry Greenhalgh

I have very fond memories of Vikki. She had a great personality and was fun to be with. I was extremely honored when she asked me to the Girls Choice Dance. She insisted on picking me up driving her dad’s car. Those of you who know her will not be surprised by one of my experiences. My friend Gary Whitney and I talked his dad into letting us borrow his boat to go waterskiing for the day. I asked Vikki to go with us and she accepted. I should have known when she came out of her front door with her own ski tucked under her arm that we were in trouble. She was one of the best skiers with the most stamina I have ever seen! Far better than us guys would ever be.

Even though we lost touch after graduation, I always valued our friendship during our school days. Rest easy my friend, you were way too young!

11/18/21 05:47 PM #3    

Kim Payne

This is another shock from this year. I loved Vikki. We had different friends throughout our lives who knew her. They alway informed  me as to her life and career. She will be missed. Rest well Vikki. Sincere condolences and god speed to family and friends. We're starting to chase down the core of our class. 

11/19/21 07:31 AM #4    

Sam Thomas

Life is so fragile even for the strongest of us. Such a beautifully kind, generous and athletic woman take from us far too soon. I truly thought Vikki would out live us all. I had the great fortune to live 2 houses away from Vikki growing up. Always a good friend, strong and intelligent.  Although I did not see her often, her smile and sparkling eyes always made you feel important to her. I had the pleasure of meeting her 2 beautiful daughters last night at her celebration.  What an incredible legacy she leaves behind. You could tell how much Vikki was loved and respected by the number of people there to honor her. She will be missed by  so many.

Farewell dear friend. You are loved.❤

11/19/21 05:52 PM #5    

Cyndi Haslam (Johnson)

What a sad day...I also roomed with Vikki our Freshman year at Utah State.  She was a good and loyal friend.  She was always very generous to give Lorriane and myself rides to the grocery store in that wonderful red Fire Bird when it was our week to cook. We oftentimes would go to the field house to run the track, and sprint every few yards.  Her competitive streak was always there, and we had some fun times!  She was a beautiful woman - I don't think I ever saw her without her smile.   We love you will be missed here but I'm sure the heavens are rejoicing to have your beautiful countenance there.  Thank you for the memories!


11/20/21 10:19 AM #6    

Debbie Kay (Mikesell)

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Vikki, I grew up in the same neighborhood, I went to grade, jr high, and high school with Vikki. I remember every time I would go play with Vikki we would soon be out side playing baseball. I have admired her in all her accomplishments! Her oldest daughter played soccer with my daughter Kelli. I enjoyed seeing her and catching up when I took my car into triangle tire! Vikki will be greatly missed! Sending my sympathy to her family!



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