Sandra Lee "Sandy" Landis

September 14, 1946June 25, 2020

Sandra Lee (Sandy) Landis 73, of Bechtelsville. Went to be with her Lord on Thursday June 25, 2020 in her residence. She was the wife of the late Walter D. Landis who passed away in 2009. She was the daughter of the late George and Mabel (Tomlinson) Curry. Sandy attended Boyertown High School and Berks County Vocational School where she obtained her Practical Nursing Degree. She spent many years working at local hospitals, primarily in the cardiac units. Before she retired in 2011, she worked at the Pennsylvania Southeast Veterans Center in Spring City, PA. Her nursing career brought her deep satisfaction, as she lovingly cared for hundreds of patients over the years. Sandy had many interests & hobbies, including writing, scrap booking and gardening. She loved dancing & all kinds of music, including Irish songs, as she was a proud of her Irish ancestry. When her husband Walt was alive, they enjoyed traveling, their favorite vacation spot being the Outer Banks of North Carolina. She was proud to tell people she swam in the ocean off the shores of every state along the east coast from Maine to Florida. Sandy loved Disney World and she was a life-long fan of her beloved Philadelphia Phillies, enjoying many exciting moments at Citizens Bank Park. She loved her little dog Lucy, her sidekick for over 10 years. Sandy was a devout Christian who loved the Lord. She was a long time member of the Good Shepherd Church in Boyertown. In the past, she served as an elder and on the church consistory. She was a member of the prayer team, always marveling in the power of prayer. Sandy is survived by her children. Her son Steven V. Stofflet (Husband of Cathy) Windham, Maine. Her daughters Cynthia R. Woodley (wife of David E., Sr.)Barto, PA. and Susan D. Fraizer (wife of Lance) Norristown, PA. Also, survived by her grandchildren, David E. Woodley, Jr. (husband of Catherine) Levittown, PA., Douglass E. Woodley ( companion of Olivia) Naples, FL., Daniel E. Woodley( companion of Victoria Ketchum) and Dayna Lynn Woodley ( fiancée of Zachary Moser) both of Barto, PA. Also Patrick S. Stofflet, West Chester, PA. Brody S. Stofflet, Charlottesville, VA., Rachel L. Stofflet, Windham, Maine, Amber M., Corbin J. and Logan X. Bertollette, Birdsboro, PA. She is also survived by step-children Todd Landis (husband of Kelly) York, PA., David Landis, Boyertown, PA., and Jessica Denton (wife of Nick) Fleetwood, PA. Also step-grandchildren Fletcher Landis, York, PA., Mason, Dawson, Kylee Landis, Hamburg, PA., Amanda, Kaitlyn, Emily, Olivia and Joshua Denton, Fleetwood, PA. Also, one great-granddaughter, Abby C. Woodley and two great grandsons Andrew D. Woodley and Matthew R. Woodley. Also, two brothers, George K. Curry (husband of Ellen) New Berlinvile, PA., Donald R. Curry (Husband of Rachelle)Forksville, PA. Also survived by cousins, friends and her nieces and nephews whom she loved dearly. Funeral Services will be held at Good Shepherd UCC on Wednesday July 1, 2020 at 1:30 PM. Family and friends may call from 12:30 to 1:30 PM at church. Interment will be in Highland Memorial Park, Pottstown. Arrangements by the Linwood W. Ott Funeral Home, Inc. 111 North Reading Ave. Boyertown, PA. Online condolences may be made at


  • Steven V. Stofflet (Cathy), Son
  • Cynthia R. Woodley (David E. Sr.), Daughter
  • Susan D. Frazier (Lance), Daugher
  • David E. Woodley, Jr. (Catherine), Grandson
  • Douglass E. Woodley (companion of Olivia), Grandson
  • Daniel E. Woodley (companion of Victoria Ketchum), Grandson
  • Dayna Lynn Woodley (fiancee of Zachary Moser), Granddaughter
  • Patrick S. Stofflet, Grandson
  • Brody S. Stofflet, Grandson
  • Rachel L. Stofflet, Granddaughter
  • Amber M. Bertollette, Granddaughter
  • Corbin J. Bertollette, Grandson
  • Logan X. Bertollette, Grandson
  • Abby C. Woodley, Great Granddaughter
  • Andrew D. Woodley, Great Grandson
  • Matthew R. Woodley, Great Grandson
  • Gregory K. Curry (Ellen), Brother
  • Donald R. Curry (Rachelle), Brother
  • Walter D. Landis, Husband (Deceased)
  • George Curry, Father (Deceased)
  • Mabel (Tomlinson) Curry, Mother (Deceased)
  • Todd Landis (Kelly), Step Son
  • David Lanids, Step-son
  • Jessica Denton (Nick), step-daughter
  • Sandy is also survived by step-grandchildren, Fletcher Landis, Mason Dawson, Kylee Landis, Amanda, Kaitlyn, Emily, Olivia and Joshua Denton. She is also survived by cousins, friends and her nieces and nephews whom shed loved dearly.


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Deborah Washington

June 30, 2020

My sincere condolences to the family. Sandy loved her family and was very proud of them. I had the pleasure of working with Sandy at SEVC. She was a true caring and knowledgeable nurse. Sandy I will miss your Christmas cards with all the glitter and different items that fell out! Love you 💛

Pam Kalamon

June 29, 2020

Sandy touched my life with her smile and her kindness, she was a very interesting women who really loved her family. I got to know Sandy on our Women's church Retreats. She loved to write a Christmas letter every year to her many family members and if you were lucky enough as a friend you were included. What fun to read all the latest updates about the grandchildren. Family was the most important thing to her. She touched so many lives and will be missed by her church friends.

Judy Wetzel

June 29, 2020

I always remember Sandy's laugh, and, boy, did she love to laugh! I remember when her granddaughters were little one of them liked purple as her favorite color and asked Sandy if they could have a "purple party". So that's exactly what they did. I want to be like Sandy and have "purple parties" and laugh & love my family.
Thank you, Sandy, for this and all the other reason s you inspired me to be a better person, do the right thing.

Joan Spiece

June 28, 2020

we spent many years working together. I will miss our friendship and stories about your family. Rest in peace Sandy.

Karen Polen Morton

June 27, 2020

Sandy is my sons Patrick’s grandmother. Sandy always made him feel special, whether it was coming to his games, concerts or going on vacations she always made him feel special. Sandy you where a wonderful, caring human! Love you Karen

Wendy Hrasok (rice)

June 27, 2020

Steve Cindy and Susan. I will always remember your mom. Strong funny confident and very caring. So many good times in new Berlinville. I looked at her like a second mother. Actually I idolized the way she loved her family. Always there. For all of us crazy kids. Even if we weren’t her own. Heaven definitely gained an angel❤️