Skip Wick Obituary, Alabama US, An Operations Manager at Hurst Towing Has Died

Skip Wick Obituary, Death – Gary Allen “Skip” Wick, II, 49, passed away on Monday, December 19, 2022, and went on to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. His death occurred on the holiday known as “Skip’s Day.” His mother, Peggy Wick; his sister, Shannon Davis (and her husband Ricky); his mother-in-law, Judy McAnnally (and her husband Don); his brother-in-law, James Oldfield (and his wife Jessica); his nieces and nephews, Marley, Emerson, William, Weston, and Wyatt; and other extended family members and friends.

He is survived by his wife, Christie Oldfield Wick; his two children, Bailey Nicole Wick and Tucker Allen Wick; his mother; Peggy Wick His grandparents on both sides, Mary Wick and Gary Wick, as well as both of his parents, had all passed away before Skip. His mother was named Mary Wick, and his father was named Gary Wick. Skip attended and graduated from Gardendale High School in 1992, making it his alma mater. He had a big hand in all that went on at the Church of the Highlands (Fultondale Campus), where he was a very active member. For a good number of years, he served as the Operations Manager for Hurst Towing.

Skip was the kind of person that was enthusiastic about community service projects and providing assistance to other people in any manner that he could. If you gave him a call, he would show up whenever you required his assistance. He took pleasure in being active and participating in a number of different sports. He had a profound affection for his children and wife. He was the most amazing person anyone could have asked for in a father, husband, son, or brother. Above all things, he had a tremendous love for Jesus Christ, his Redeemer, and his deepest wish was that everyone would become acquainted with him.

He wished that everyone would get to know him. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at the Church of the Highlands Fultondale Campus at one o’clock in the afternoon on Friday, December 23, 2022. The date and time of the service are still to be determined. Between the hours of eleven in the morning and twelve forty-five in the afternoon, friends are more than welcome to stop over and visit the family. In lieu of typical floral tributes, the family would appreciate it very much if you could make a donation to the Outdoor Ability Foundation in their memory.