Weerts Funeral Home

3625 Jersey Ridge Rd, Davenport, IA


Sandra Kay Matson

April 25, 1943January 1, 2020

Sandra “Sandy” Matson, 76, of Davenport, passed away at the Genesis Medical Center with her beloved family by her side. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Memorials in Sandy’s name may be made to the American Heart Association.

Sandy was born April 25, 1943 to Neil and Leora Skogsberg in Sioux City, Iowa. She graduated from Elk Point High School in 1961. Sandy was an Administrative Assistant at RSM Accounting Firm in Davenport for many years, continuing to work part time after her retirement. She was a social butterfly and loved to go out shopping with her friends. When she wasn’t out with her friends, she was entertaining them at her home.

Those left to honor her memory are her children Michael Matson and Patrick (Michelle) Matson; grandchildren Hannah, Haley, and Austin; great-grandson Beckham; siblings Sally (Robert) Palmer and David (Tara) Skogsberg; and her best friend Robbin Eastman. She was preceded in death by her parents.


  • American Heart Association


1 February

Visitation Weerts Funeral Home

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm


Sandra Kay Matson

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Marlene Halbook

January 7, 2020

Sandra was always beautiful inside and out. She stayed many times with our family on our farm when we were small. I will miss you, sweet cousin. God's Blessings on your family and loved ones.

Duncan J Cameron

January 5, 2020

To the Family of Sandra K. Matson:

As a longtime McGladrey client, I always appreciated Sandy's friendly demeanor when I visited McGladrey's Davenport office.
She was cheerful, personable, and efficient She always made me feel
You have my sympathy on the loss of Sandy.

Duncan J. Cameron

Dee Dunaway

January 4, 2020

Between your potato salad and binoculars there was never a dull moment when I got to hang with you. I am going to miss calling you mom. You will be truly missed.

Renee Curtis

January 3, 2020

I would describe Sandy as a wonderful person, good soul, she had a quick wit and was a tad mischievous, ok, a lot mischievous, that was her charm.
She certainly knew how to brighten your day and that seems to be a gift that is few and far between anymore.
God Bless and keep her by his side and comfort her family who will miss her love and hugs.

Rheta Allen

January 3, 2020

Sandy lived her life with dignity and grace. She had a strength that Only her true friends knew. Gods blessings on her!