Sandra "Sandy" Jo Oster

October 20, 1958September 25, 2020
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Sandy Oster, age 61, of Greeley, Colorado passed away on Friday, September 25, 2020.

Sandra Jo Oster, known to her friends and family as Sandy, was born October 20, 1958 in Greeley, Colorado at the Weld County Hospital. She attended Kersey School and graduated in 1976. After graduation she went to LaGrange Bible School in Wyoming. Later she attended AIMS Community College and earned two Associate Degrees. She was a faithful employee of K-mart for 29 years. Sandy worked for Driveline for 15 years until poor health forced her to retire. She had a strong faith that sustained her all her life and was a dedicated member of Sherwood Park Baptist Church.

Sandy will be remembered for her knowledge and love of the Bible, talent and love for crafts, including sewing and crocheting.

She is preceded in death by her parents: Floyd and Blanche (Gray) Oster; sister, Evelyn; brothers: Duane, Garen and Jay.

Sandy is survived by her sister, Cindy Oster; sisters-in-law: Duane's wife, Elois, Garen's wife, Elaine and Jay's wife Debi; 7 nieces and nephews; 22 great-nieces and nephews; 2 great-great niece and nephew with one on the way.

A memorial service for "Sandy" will be held Monday, October 5, 2020 at 11:00 AM at Sherwood Park Baptist Church, 3333 W 16th St, Greeley, Colorado.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Oster family.

Memorial contributions can be made to The Duane Oster Memorial Rodeo Bible Camp, PO Box 626, Kersey, CO 80644, Sherwood Baptist Church, or an organization of your choice in care of Stoddard Funeral Home, 3205 W. 28th Street Greeley, Co 80634.


  • Cindy Oster, Sister
  • Elois Oster, Sister-In-Law
  • Elaine Oster, Sister-In-Law
  • Debi Oster, Sister-In-Law
  • Sandy is also survived by 7 nieces and nephews; 22 great-nieces and nephews; 2 great-great niece and nephew with one on the way.

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  • Memorial Service

    Monday, October 5, 2020


Sandra "Sandy" Jo Oster

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Susan Dyer

October 9, 2020

Sandy was always so happy and welcoming. I met her at Sew Downtown and she was always the first to say hello, or to jump in to help me with a fabric scrap or directions I understood for whatever I was working on; she was always willing to share her time and her "treasure". I hadn't known her very long but thinking of her always makes me smile. I enjoyed the photos and stories at her memorial to see that she truly was a happy, caring, wonderful, faithful woman. I last saw her at Target in the late spring and I'm so glad she flagged me down to visit. Heaven must be an even happier place right now.

Debi Oster

October 3, 2020

I remember back in the 80s and 90s when we had holiday dinners everyone would gather around the kitchen table an play Uno (card game). Sandy liked to talk a lot when she was playing cards, and sometimes needed a reminder when it was her turn. Knowing this, her brother Jay would mess with her and tell her to "Say Uno, Sandy!" and most of the time she had a handful of cards, and it wasn't even her turn. He could do this to her several times during a game.

Lucille Rain

September 30, 2020

So glad to have met Sandy at Sew Downtown. We had many fun times together, especially our "Field Trips."
I will miss her sunny disposition, laughter, creativity and being my personal "Error Catcher."

RIP with your Lord and Savior.

Deepest Sympathy to Cindy and family.


Pamela Felte

September 30, 2020

So sorry to see this! Worked with Sandy many years at Driveline...will miss you my friend!

Sydnie McConnell

September 29, 2020

Sandy was just an absolute joy to be around. I so loved sewing with her, laughing my face off, and seeing what sort of creative idea she was going to come up with next. She brought so much sunshine and joy to my life, and I will miss her so much. Love and prayers to her entire family!

Susan McIntosh

September 29, 2020

It was my pleasure to work with Sandy for many years at KMart. She will be missed so much. Deepest sympathy to her family.

Terry Ludwig

September 29, 2020

Sandy’s smile and infectious laughter will be so missed by our quilting and crafting group! It was a true blessing to have gotten to spend so much time together over the years. Rest In Peace sweet lady, we’ll see you on the other side.

Tracy Eckhardt

September 28, 2020

Sandy will be missed...we connected at Sew Downtown at sewing classes and discovered we had many common friends....RIP
Tracy Eckhardt

Laura Nagel

September 28, 2020

Sandy: You will be remembered for your sunny smile and laughter. I will miss sewing with you and the times we shared at Terry‘a and Sew Downtown. May you always be in our memories

Judy Roth

September 28, 2020

We had so much fun sewing together. You will truly be missed at Terri’s and Sew Downtown.
Love you!

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