OBITUARY

Sandra Elaine Trupp

January 3, 1963April 26, 2021
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It is with a heavy heart we share the passing of Sandra Elaine Trupp, age 58, of Berthoud, Colorado. Sandra was born on January 3, 1963 and passed on April 26, 2021.

She is survived by her husband of more than 25 years, Steven Trupp; sons Eric (Jhanadu) Nuckols and David (Stacy) Welch; father, Charles Nuckols; brother, Richard Nuckols; and sister, Tammy (Richard) Saracino. Sandra was preceded in death by her mother, Geneva Wilson.

Sandra’s compassionate nature was evident throughout her life. A very spiritual person, Sandra was the office manager at Trinity United Methodist Church for 14 years, in addition to being a drummer for the church youth band and praise team. She also served as the President of the Salvation Army in Loveland. Sandra was an avid gardener; her yard was her pride and joy. Speaking of hobbies, she learned to read and speak Hebrew while attending the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Her smile and kind heart will be greatly missed and fondly remembered by all who know and love her. A Celebration of Sandra’s Life will be held Monday, May 3, 2021, at 3:00 p.m. at Allnutt Funeral Service - Hunter Chapel, 2100 N. Lincoln Avenue, Loveland, Colorado 80538.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy for the Trupp Family may be shared at www.allnuttloveland.com

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Re . Judi Taylor

May 8, 2021

I worked with Sandra at Trinity UMC for seven years. I will remember her as a bright light and encouragement to all who stopped by the office. She always had a good word for visitors and welcomed everyone.
My heart goes out to her family as they grieve the loss of her presence and celebrate her new home with the Lord she knew and loved so well.

Judy Schroeder

May 2, 2021

My fondest memories of Sandra (and Steve) are from the time when we served on the praise team together at Trinity United Methodist Church. Steve played guitar, and Sandra played drums. She could really wail on those drums! When I got the chance to glance over at her while she was playing, often her eyes would be looking upward toward the ceiling. It reminded me of

Psalm 121: 1-2:
“I lift up my eyes to the hills...
where does my help come from?
My help comes from the Lord,
the Maker of heaven and earth.”

That was clearly where Sandra’s inspiration was coming from while she played those drums. She never hesitated to give God the credit for anything good in her life during our conversations. You might say that she wore her faith on her sleeve. She was kind and helpful, faithful and fun.

Steve, my heart reaches out to your heart at this time of profound and painful loss.
Virtual hugs to you.

Love, Judy

Tammy Saracino

May 1, 2021

Little Sister,
Our relationship wasn't always close, but you were my little Sister. You have a touch many lives, your smile was a ray of sunshine. I am proud of your accomplishments, you made a difference in people's lives and served the Lord with all your heart. I will miss our phone calls, I am rejoicing that you are free of pain and suffering. Give Mom a big hug for me, I will see you two soon. Love you Big Sis😗

Brenda Stice

April 29, 2021

Sandy you will be greatly missed. You fought so hard through so many things now its time to be at peace and rest .fly with the angels and be with your mama in heaven❤

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