Sandra Jo Fletcher

13 September, 194711 October, 2021

Sandra Blank Fletcher was called Home, to our Heavenly Father, October 11th 2021 at age 74. Sandra was born in Yoakum, Texas and lived in Pasadena, Texas a majority of her life . She was truly a "Good and Faithful Servant". She was a mother and caretaker to all! Truly an angel to everyone God brought into her path. Everyone who walked through her door she considered family! When people met her, she was instantly Loved by them and they by her. Her sweet, warm, genuine, loving smile lit up the room! She was a Shining Light to all! She has left a wonderful legacy to every one of us! She was called Wife, Mother, Aunt Ninny & Grandma Ninny. She embraced and loved each one of us in her special way. Rest Peacefully and Comfortably in our Lord's Arms. We look forward to our family reunion in Heaven! You have forever warmed our hearts with your unconditional Love! We love you! Thank you for leaving us all a great Legacy.

Sandra was born September 13th 1947 to Wilbert and Edna Blank. Sandra is survived by her loving husband Myrl Travis Fletcher, Jr of 56 years. Son, William Travis Fletcher of Baytown Texas: Patty Evans and her husband, Russell Evans of Custer South Dakota. Sisters-in-law, Deborah Ashton Blank, Sharmon Blank, Beverly Grissom and her husband Wayne Grissom, Cindy Culbreth and her husband Bill Culbreth, Ellen Knighton, Charlotte Simpson & Gayelynn Cone and her husband, Don. Brother-In-Law, Ignacio Segura and his wife Nettie. Sandra also has 2 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews, as well as, several "adopted" family members.

In lieu of flowers we ask that you consider a donation to American Legion Post 521 (Veterans Organization); 2221 Preston Avenue, Pasadena, Texas 77503

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Fletcher family.


  • Justin Speights
  • Kenny Blank
  • Michael Miller
  • Christian Jarvis
  • Tyler Jarvis
  • John Callaway

  • American Legion Post 521 (Veterans Organization)


  • Visitation

    Tuesday, 19 October , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, 19 October , 2021

  • Committal Service

    Tuesday, 19 October , 2021


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Carlene Ashworth

4 December 2021

I was so very sad to learn of Sandra’s passing after the funeral. I would have definitely attended. I’ve known her & Sonny for many, many years, and knew her mom and dad all through the American Legion. Sandra was a 26 year member of the American Legion Auxiliary. She was one of the kindest, sweetest people I have ever known. She fought a tough battle and I know she is no longer suffering. Rest In Peace my sweet friend. You will be missed. I love you.

Leaann Dornhoefer

27 October 2021

Sandra was everything my mom wasn’t. Sandra taught me how to wear make up we were always side by side getting ready her for work and me for school.
When I got that dreaded phone call I was so said. Leaving 3 hours away made it hard to visit but I was in patient at MDAnderson I made sure I got by to say high.
Every time work brought me into town I would stop and say high.
Rest with the angels hug everyone and hug my mom I know she was waiting on you.
LeaAnn and Christina

Gayelyn Sparks

20 October 2021

My Dearest sister in law..You will be greatly missed by so many of us. You were the most wonderful person on earth and had a wonderful heart. You shared your life and helped so many along your journey in life. You inspired so many and donated your time helping others. You were the Matriarch of your family. I know I will never forget you taking me for my fusions and helping me out in my time of need when i had no help from others. God thought it was time for you to gain your wings cause you were tired. IM sure you were meet by Jesus and your family. Know that you were loved by me and others.

Kathy Cox

19 October 2021

I did not have the pleasure of meeting Mrs Sandra Fletcher however I did have that pleasure of meeting her husband who I know as Sonny. He spoke so highly of her, and I could see the love in his eyes and his words for her. I knew then that she was over flowing with love. After attending the service today I could see how she touched so many lives, the love and admiration was so powerful and I have no doubt she is with Jesus. Thank you for allowing me to share this with you.

Jennifer Pafford

19 October 2021

My Aunt Sandra always welcomed me with a great big warm hug and a kiss. She radiated love and her laughter filled the room. A beautiful kind soul. I will miss her so much.

Miller Marilyn

19 October 2021

I know that when Sandra got to Heaven, God wrapped her in his arms and said "Well done, my good and faithful servant. As I told Patty, she talked the talk and definitely walked the walk. I love her

Marlen Segura-Johnson

19 October 2021

Our condolences to all the family. Sandra was an very amazing woman! She always welcomed us with hugs and hospitality. May your sweet memories bring you comfort and peace.

Brooke Eakens

17 October 2021

Aunt Sandra I will never forget the day we we met me a little eight-year-old girl scared out of my mind who just lost her dad and here you came all the way from Texas to Arizona to come save me and I’ll never forget how you took my right into your arms I Immediately felt your safety felt your love and you smelled like love a motherly love it was amazing and unforgettable A love I never experienced stamped in my mind a memory I have cherished and will cherish until you can take me in your arms again I LOVE YOU AUNT SANDRA /MOM THANK YOU FOR BEING YOU AND LOVING ME AND TEACHING ME THE GOOD IN LIFE SHOWING ME WHAT A MOTHERS LOVE IS❤️❤️❤️

Christie Gentry

17 October 2021

I never had a chance to meet Sandra, but I know and love her amazing daughter, Patti. So she must have been a wonderful mother to have raised such a wonderful daughter. Hugs and prayers to all of the family. Much love, Christie and George Gentry

Sandra Fletcher Browder

17 October 2021

As long as I can remember, Sandra has been my cousin. She was always the sweetest. From playing spoon at our family reunions to just sitting and visiting. Many times people would say”Sandra “ and we’d both answer. Then they would say “no, Sandra Fletcher “ and again we’d both answer. She has always been the caretaker of everyone. I never saw her complain. She was truly an angel on earth and I am confident that she is now a true angel. You will be missed.

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