Sandra Kay Worley
July 7, 1951 – September 28, 2020
Sandra K. Worley (Byers), 69, of Union City, Oh passed away peacefully in her sleep September 28th, 2020 in Union City, Oh.
Sandy is being cremated, so we will be planning a celebration of life for her on Facebook.
Sandy was a homemaker most of her life, she was the second oldest child of 9, the oldest daughter. Sandy focused her time on taking care of her family. Family and friends were so important to her. She was an amazing woman, so ornery, but oh so caring!
Sandra was born in Piqua, Ohio July 7th, 1951 to the late Charles and Mary Byers (Thompson). She was proceeded in death by her parents, 2 brothers, Carl and Tim Byers and her sister, Jenny Byerly (Byers).
She is survived by her 4 children Tammy and Patty Byerly, of Union City, Herb Byerly Jr, of Greenville, and Ron and Imajean Wolf (Byerly) of Ansonia. 5 grandchildren Sondra Byerly, Whitney Bilbrey, Taylor Hittle, and partner Philip Ray, of Greenville, Ethan and Samantha Profitt (Wolf) of Ansonia, and Sabastian Wolf of Ansonia. And 3 Great grandchildren, Robert Hittle III and Lillith Hittle of Greenville, and Liliana Profitt of Ansonia. 3 brothers Chuck and Pam Byers (Barga), Dave and Rob Byers and 2 sisters Jamie and Dorothy Marker (Byers) and Mary Ann Byers. Arrangements have been entrusted to Zechar Bailey Funeral Home in Greenville.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Sandra Kay Worley
October 12, 2020
Sandy was my grandma I was the 4th of her grandchildren and the youngest granddaughter. When Taylor and I were young we were very close and our grandma would teach us all kinds of things. She taught us how to put our coats on without using our hands, and to do somersaults. She watched us grow from newborns, to toddlers, and teens, watched us graduate high school, get married, and was there to see her first 2 great grandchildren. To my grandma family was everything we did things together and loved each other. She gave us grandchildren gifts on every occasion if one of us had a birthday we both got something so the other didn't feel left out. With grandma you could say our birthdays came twice a year. She was a sweet woman and smart. She was always filled with love unless you crossed her then you would know about it. I don't really know what else I can say about grandma she was unique in her own special way and didn't care what anybody thought of her. One time my brother when he was probably about 3 he put his hat on grandma's head and his necklace while we were in the store, grandma couldn't figure out why people were staring at her....she forgot she was wearing it. I will never forget the things she taught all of us. I miss her so much, I love you grandma.
October 2, 2020
Sandy was a very nice and kind women she loved her family and friend's she knew how to make you laugh she was amazing to be around r.i.p. sending my prayers to family and friend's you will never be forgotten you will be in everyone's heart's and mind's god watch over the family guide them through this hard time in Jesus name amen
October 1, 2020
Sandy it made cry because now your in heaven with my mom and dad and when we would come to all the reunions to be laughing and smiling and happy we made it to your house in greenville and to the city that you lived and you and my momma would talk about you ladies would walk down to the creek and looking for some 🐟 but they were so little and I am gonna really miss you all sorry for the tears 😭 in my eyes cuzie I love you so much and I just wish we could hang out for the last time and cuz tell my mom that I really love her and miss her so much everyday it's a different day.
October 1, 2020
I didn't know Sandy real well but I do know she was a nice lady and fun to be around. She loved her children and grandchildren, she talked often of them. Sandy and I use to joke around and call each other sister. R.I.P. Sandy, you will be missed by many.