OBITUARY

Sandra Kay Klinsing

July 2, 1946January 29, 2019

Sandra Kay (Lewis) Klinsing, 72 of Greenville, Ohio passed away on Tuesday January 29, 2019 at 7:55 PM at State of the Heart Care Center, Greenville, Ohio. She was born July 2, 1946 in Huntingdon, PA the daughter of the late Jesse E. & Marie (Grove) Lewis of Heston, PA. She received a Bachelor’s Degree from Nyack College in New York and was an RN for 6 years; a missionary for 14 years; secretary at Forsyth Technical Community College in North Carolina for 11 years; she was a volunteer, a staff member and board member of the Pregnancy Help Center; she was currently the Secretary of the Board for Community Unity. She is preceded in death by her parents; her sisters: Janice Dick, & Judy McCrum; her brother: Steven Lewis. She is survived by her husband: Rev. Doug Klinsing of Greenville whom she married June 11, 1971; her children & spouses: Janelle & Loren Groeneweg of Quito, Ecuador, Kristen & Jeff VonDeLinde of Kettering, Ohio, Erin & Dan Gildner of Perrysburg, Ohio; grandchildren: Caleb, Silas, Elena, Eden, & Elise; her brother & sister in law: Terry & Donna Lewis of Huntingdon, PA. A memorial service will be held on Sunday February 10, 2019 at 4:00 PM at First Presbyterian Church 114 East Fourth Street, Greenville, Ohio with her brother in law Rev. David Klinsing officiating. Arrangements are being handled by Zechar Bailey Funeral Home, Greenville, Ohio. Memorial contributions may be made to the Great Commission Fund of the Christian Missionary Alliance.

Services

  • Memorial Service Sunday, February 10, 2019
REMEMBERING

Sandra Kay Klinsing

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Art and Everett Garland

February 1, 2019

We love Pastor Doug and Sandy so much! A funny memory we have is when the four of us went out to dinner at Logan's, a steak house that has peanuts in little buckets sitting on each table. We would snack on the peanuts while chatting and waiting on our dinner. The rule is that you shell your peanuts and throw the hulls on the floor. Sandy wouldn't do it. She just couldn't bring herself to throw them on the floor! So, I got to thinking..... I'm not going to do it either. Since that time, we haven't. Sandy will be missed greatly. Our memories are so loving, sweet and precious. Our deepest condolences to the entire family.

Jessica McCrum Slemons

February 1, 2019

I love you, Aunt Sandy and I will always miss you. Uncle Doug, Kristin, Erin and Janelle ... I love you all and am keeping you in my prayers. I am thankful for you all everyday.

Kristina Henson (Willoughby)

January 30, 2019

I remember spending the week with the Klinsings in Zaragoza; Sandy lead us in prayer meeting and was their to Coach us through our paces. She helped us at Barcelona Christian Academy in Home Ec, teaching us dining etiquette and how to make zucchini cream soup. The recipe book I made in her class is still among my prized cookbooks.
When I came back to visit Spain in the 90’s, I had gotten into some poison bull nettles. It was looking bad. She took one look and made me go to the urgent care in Casteldefels. She even paid the $50 bucks. She was always calm and collected. I will miss her.