Saundra Kaye Wilson

17 août , 195820 janvier , 2020

Saundra Kaye Wilson est né(e) le 17 août , 1958 et est décédé(e) le20 janvier , 2020.


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Saundra Kaye Wilson


Cathy Madsen

15 février , 2020

I worked with Saundra at Mayo. She was always so cheerful and kind, always with a smile. Often she would help me late at night as we both worked to keep up. No matter how busy she was she always had such a positive attitude and we would laugh and talk. She could type busily on one thing while helping me at the same with something totally different. When we met in person we struck up a friendship immediately. I miss her tremendously.

Dale Neely

12 février , 2020

To the Family and Friends of Saundra Kaye Wilson,

North Bible Church is where we met and became friends with Saundra when she came to visit one of our Small Group get-togethers. It didn't take long for the Clark's and Saundra to realize the connection they both had to people and places back in Ohio! It was really quite remarkable when they started namimg places they both knew. We welcomed her with open arms and and over time the friendship grew. We rejoiced and gave thanks over the answered prayers concerning her job situations, Bob's surgeries and recovery, and for discernment in God's leading in her life.
Saundra loved her yearly visits back home to see her family, especially those nieces and nephews. She also liked to have fun things to do when family came out to see her here. Family was
important and she cherished the time spent together.
Saundra loved the Lord and we are so thankful that through His promises our "Small Group" will meet again with Saundra in Heaven. We were Blessed to have known her!

With Love,
Steve & Dale Neely

Darla Clark

11 février , 2020

Hello I am a friend of Saundra's from North Bible Church and she was part our small group. I am sending our deepest sympathy to all of her family with all of our love, hugs and prayers. We were so so sad and shocked to have just found out about Saundra. We loved her so. She was so sweet and selfless and authentic and just a joy to be around. We would love to connect with you or any of the family . I am also a native of Tuscarawas county and my husband and I grew up in Dover and New Philadelphia. All of our family is still there. We had an instant connection with Saundra and enjoyed talking about 'home'. My number is 480.297.1685. All of our small group join me in praying for you and your family. May you claim the peace and comfort that only our precious Savior can give. We love you
Darla and Lew Clark and all of North Bible Church

Katrina Giese

1 février , 2020

I met Saundra first as a colleague back in 2014, and throughout the years, we became good friends. Although we lived far apart – me in Minnesota, and she in Arizona, she was “the big sister I never had”, and I made sure to remind her of this! Many a time over the years, we shared the good times, the not so good, day-to-day things, that which brought us joy in life, and that which we looked forward to in the years yet to come.

Saundra had a silly, quirky personality that was truly her own and that you simply couldn’t dislike. She had a kind heart, and she treated others genuinely and with respect. She exuded classiness and carried herself as a true professional. She was selfless and hardworking. Her parents should be proud of the daughter they raised. For me, she was one of the people in my life that I could say was a “true” friend.

Saundra loved her family, and she was settled knowing her parents were close by, and she could be there should they need her. She was proud of her father’s service to this country and joked about how much he loved bowling. She looked forward to her brother and his wife coming to visit her in Arizona to take short trips together. And her highlight of each year was to go back to Ohio and visit them and the nieces and nephews she didn’t see the most of the year. How she enjoyed that time spent. Each time she came back, she would tell me that she wished she could be with them more, as life was “too short”.

That was Saundra and I’s pact – to live each day like there was no tomorrow and to seek what made us the happiest. I feel so blessed that our paths crossed in this life. To her family, I offer my sincere condolences, and I have no doubt that heaven received another angel with her passing. Saundra will be missed tremendously, but we will all carry the memories and what made her special in our hearts forever. Saundra, thank you for being you and for your friendship. I will truly miss you, my friend.

Gloria DeBusman

26 janvier , 2020

Although, I did not know Saundra very well, she impressed me with her warmth and kindness when we interacted at work. She was compassionate to others and reached out to help them whenever she could. Please know that she touched many lives in a very positive way during her time here.