Sandra Kay Kilgo
August 31, 1951 – July 16, 2021
Sandra Kay Kilgo (69) of Austin, Texas passed away on July16th 2021.
Sandra, who liked to be called Sandy, was born August 31,1951 in the small town of Seymour, Texas to Billie Joyce and Robert Loo Lunsford. Later Billie married Terry Edwards. They Moved to the Austin area where Sandy would attend school. Sandy graduated from Pflugerville High School in 1969.
Sandy married the love of her life, Deral Wayne Kilgo, on February 14th, 1977 and together they raised their two children. Sandy was a fiercely devoted mother to her daughter Wendy Kay Shear and her son Derak Wayne Kilgo. Sandy’s pride and joy of this life was taking care of her family. Anyone who met Sandy instantly loved her. She had many friends who loved to see her smile and listen to her stories of her family. She worked in the Pflugerville Schools for many years and created countless lasting friendships. Sandy is survived by her mother Billie Edwards, husband Deral, daughter Wendy, son in law Ted Shear, Son Derak, daughter in law Debbie, grandson Justin R Shear and his wife Kelly Shear, granddaughter Lilian Kay, Izabella Jade and great granddaughter Addylin Kay Shear. Sandy is preceded in death by her father Robert Loo Lunsford, father Terry Edwards, her grandparents, her aunts and her cousin Capt. Jerry Lee Roe POW-MIA.
In lieu of flowers, Sandy and her family would be honored by donations to the pet rescue of your choice.
A celebration of life will be planned for end of August.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Sandra Kay Kilgo
July 26, 2021
Please accept my prayers and condolences.
July 23, 2021
I am deeply saddened to hear of Sandy passing. I'm sure she was the 1st. person I met when I entered Pflugerville High School.
Her bright smile and laugh will be missed. She loved her family deeply. May she Rest In Peace
For ever loved by her friends and family.
July 21, 2021
Sandy and I didn't meet until we were in our late 40's/early 50's. But OH!! When we met it was like meeting the Sister I never had growing up! We threatened to get DNA tests to see if we were blood related, we were THAT much alike. She worshiped her kids and especially her granddaughters and great granddaughter. When one of us was having a bad day/week we would just pick up the phone and talk our problems away, then end up laughing til our jaws ached, usually in the middle of the night, for at least two hours. My GOSH!!!! How I'm going to miss you, Sis and our phone calls. You have left a big hole in my heart. But we'll laugh again when we see each other again, in Heaven. I love you more than words can express. R.I.P. Sis Love Sis, with prayers and condolences to your family.
David Jr and Melanie Samuelson
July 19, 2021
So sorry and sympathies to the family,
great and funny classmate, friend and person, Never understood the order of things , but I think they prepare a reception when it is our time
I know she was so incredibly proud of her family as she often spoke highly of them,
Truly honored that we met and shared a great friendship
July 18, 2021
I can't imagine anything harder than not being able to see you, hug you or hear your voice. My heart is so broken with out you. I know you are in a better place and I pray that you rest in peace until we meet again. I love you mom
July 17, 2021
This is very sad news. My condolences to the family. Mrs. Kilgo was always helpful to me as she ran the copy room (nerve center) at PHS. A beautiful lady who made all our jobs easier. RIP