Sandra L. King

February 14, 1942February 24, 2018

Sandra Lee King, age 76, passed away on Saturday, February 24, 2018 at UPMC West Shore Hospital in Mechanicsburg, PA after a brief struggle with pneumonia and complications.

Born February 14, 1942 in Manitowoc, WI, the daughter of Alfred L. Close and Catherine I. (Mohr) Close.

More than anything Sandra loved the Lord, her Savior, and family. She enjoyed studying her bible, playing games, playing cards, reading and swimming.

She graduated from Lincoln High School and attended Manitowoc County Teachers College, graduating from Silver Lake College in 1973 with a BS degree in Education and a minor in Special Education.

She married Harry (Skip) King in 1973 while he was serving in the Coast Guard and they retired to Enola, PA. Skip pre-deceased Sandra in 2012.

Sandra is survived by her brother, James Close; children; Deanna Serlin (Steve), Pamela Gorman (Eric), Deborah Peters (Brian) and Richard King (Arlene). Also surviving Sandra are her six Grandchildren: Samantha, Derek, Jordan, Megan, Andrew and Ryan; and four Great Grandchildren: Derek, Jr., Michael, Matthew and Henry. Of course she is also survived by many other relatives and close friends.

Funeral services will be Friday March 2, 2018 at 11:00 from the Neill Funeral Home, 3401 Market Street, Camp Hill, PA, with visitation from 10:00 till time of service.


  • Visitation Friday, March 2, 2018
  • Funeral Friday, March 2, 2018

Sandra L. King

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Isaac & Brenda Shelton

February 27, 2018

Sincere sympathy to the children and grandchildren of Sandy King. We only knew her for a short time, but the impression she left with us has lasted through the years. She was a great inspiration to all who knew her and lived a life pleasing to God. May God be with you all at this time and in the days ahead.

Roxanne Blom

February 27, 2018

Sandy was filled love and kindness & will always be a part of some of my favorite memories. She touched my life in so many ways . . . sometimes as a friend; sometimes as a sister; sometimes as a mother. She had the “gift” of knowing just what a person needed . . . just at the right time. Know that the mark your mom left is a great one, and because of this she will never really be gone. At times, your grief will be unbearable. When those times come, look inside your heart, it is there you will find all the happy memories of the love & happy times you shared. I pray you find comfort in each other as a family & in God’s love.