Sandra Jean (1938 - 2006)
Contact: Carol (Purkis) Mitte
Surnames: Larson, Siddons, Horacek, Hahn, Ziphel, Reetz, Schoen, Mohr, Trewyn
----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) April 12, 2006; Pg.13
Sandra "Sandy" Larson age 67, was called to her heavenly home on Tuesday, April 04, 2006 following a courageous battle against a lengthy illness.
Sandra Jean was born on June 13, 1938 in Chicago, IL, to Howard and Valerie Siddons. She attended school in Chicago, IL. She married Robert Lee Larson on March 22, 1957 in Wheeling, IL. Sandy worked at a bank in Illinois and at St. Josephs Hospital in Marshfield. Robert and sandy moved to Neillsville with their four children in 1978.
Sandy enjoyed going for car rides with Bob through the Neillsville and surrounding area and going out for ice cream. Sandy was devoted to be a loving wife for 49 years and a loving mom and grandma.
Sandy is survived by her husband, Bob; children, Bob Larson Jr.(Karen), of Elmwood, IL, Donna Larson (partner Dawn Horacek), of Logansville,Wis.; Traci Larson (fiancé Mike Fields) Marshfield; 11 grandchildren, Lance (Megan) Hahn, Jason Zipfel, Britini Zipfel, Eric Larson, Brandy Reetz, Chad Schoen, Valerie Larson, Shandel Mohr, Kristen Larson, Nathan Larson. Sandy is also survived by her mother, Valerie Siddons, of Naperville, IL; brothers Martin Siddons, of Florence, Wis.; and Kenneth Siddons, of Hanover Park, IL; and many nieces and Nephews.
Sandy was proceeded in death by her father, Howard, a brother, Ronald Siddons; and sons Kevin and an infant son.
Sandy's family would like to thank all those who cared for her during her illness especially the staff of the Palliative care Unit at St. Josephs hospital. Sandy touched many lives and will be missed by everyone.
Funeral Services for Sandy were held Friday, April 7, at the Gesche Funeral Home in Neillsville, Wis. Pastor John Trewyn officiated; Interment was in the Windfall Cemetery in Granton.
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