Sandy Steele

November 15, 1964March 18, 2020

Sandy Steele was born on November 15, 1964 and passed away on March 18, 2020.


  • Visitation one hour prior to the service Sunday, March 29, 2020
  • Funeral Service Sunday, March 29, 2020


Sandy Steele

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Guadalupe Rodriguez

April 1, 2020

The first time I met Sandy and Wade, I had a case of laryngitis. They said hello and all I could do is smile and nod my head. Later on, Sandy told me, Wade thought I couldn't speak English. After all these years, it still brings up a chuckle! You, and the family will always be in my thoughts and prayers . 💝💖💗 my BFF!

Amanda Penner

March 29, 2020

She was the most angelic and gentle person. We met on Facebook and became very good friends. She was always afraid of losing my interest. I promised her that even after death, she would still have me. Only as her angel friend. I had no idea God had the opposite planned for our friendship. I lost her and she is now my angel. I can't really put into words what I'm feeling. Let's just say I'm a little bit angry and a whole lot hurt. She always counted on my prayers. I don't intend to fail you now my friend. Promises are meant to be kept. In my heart is where I will be keeping you my friend. You are now flying with the very best. God knows what I would be saying to you if you popped up just once more. Love for all of eternity

Heather Albert

March 28, 2020

You were so fun to be around me and my girls enjoyed every minute we got to spend with you. Always full of energy and such a caring and loving soul. You will be truely missed by me and my girls. Until we meet again! I love you...

skylar steele

March 28, 2020

my mother was one of the best women i have ever met. she never gave up, she was so strong. she had so much faith in everything and everyone. she used to tell me how proud she was of me everyday and i’m so glad that i can say that. she was an amazing woman and she will never stop being amazing. she was loved by many people and she will be missed by many.

Cori Britner

March 27, 2020

My Mom was so full of love and compassion. She loved her family so very much. And she held on to her faith no matter what her situation was. You never know how much someone truly means to you until they are gone. Mom I Love you so very much and I miss you Infinity. Your grandbabies will always love and remember their Mimi💛