Sandra Kay Zalewski

May 1, 1957May 10, 2019

Sandra Kay Zalewski, age 62, of Fort Worth, Texas went to heaven on May 10, 2019. Sandra was born in Dallas, Texas to parents, Ferrell and Sarah Hickerson. She was the youngest of 4 daughters and was raised in Dallas. Sandra always loved the beach and often spent summers in Galveston with her family. Her children were the joy of her life. She was a great cook and shared that passion with her family, often baking brownies with her grandchildren. She was very crafty and made blankets and pillows that her family members still hold dear. Sandra was very caring and loving to her family and friends. She was always willing to lend a hand to those in need and shared her time with those she loved. Beloved mother, nana, sister and friend will be dearly missed. A private committal service will be held at a later date. Sandra is preceded in death by her parents. Sandra is survived by her children, Christopher Webber, Clinton Zalewski and wife, Denise, Adriane Livingston and husband, Phillip; grandchildren, Alyssa Livingston, Abigail Livingston, Nolan Livingston, and Morgan Livingston; sisters, Karen Murdock, Linda Ross, Patti Hill; numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.


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Phillip Livingston

May 14, 2019

I met Sandra when I met Adriane at age 16. She always made me feel like I was a member of her family. She was always so caring and sweet, reminded me of my own Mother. Making sure we were taken care of. Such an amazing cook, she helped out so much with her grandkids. She gave great advice, you could talk to her about anything. Very supportive of her family and friends. I am lucky to have known her. Very proud to call her mom sweet lady. Love you forever!

Clint Zalewski

May 14, 2019

Some of the many moments that filled me with memories I’ll have forever.

Steve Livingston

May 14, 2019

I always remembered Sandy on how she thought about others than her self on making
The treats that she gave to us at Christmas
Time every year and all the special family
Events like Birthdays and Easter she attended always
Smiling with a good attitude every time I saw her she was a selfless person and seemed to always care for others I will always have that
Memory of her. Continued prayers for her
Family . Steve Livingston