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Gebhart-Schmidt-Parramore Funeral Home

508 E Linden Ave, Miamisburg, OH

OBITUARY

Sandra Lee Gross

November 5, 1944November 21, 2019

Sandy Gross, 75, lifelong resident of Miamisburg, passed away Thursday, November 21, 2019 at her home.

She was born November 5, 1944 in Dayton, Ohio the daughter of Carl and Betty (Reed) Bush.

Sandy was a 1962 graduate of Miamisburg High School. She worked for First National Bank of Miamisburg and retired from McGohan Brabender. Sandy enjoyed bowling and going out to eat at Ron’s with the ‘Banker Broads’. She loved spending time with her kids and grandkids and was a faithful attendee at all of their sporting events and school activities.

She is survived by her daughters, Cindy (Jestice) Bush (Sarah Britton) and Jenny (Steve) Hildebrand; grandchildren, Cory Kwolek (Martina Weems), Whitney and Aaden Hildebrand; sister, Karla Foland; nieces and nephews, Kelley (Keith) Basinger, Connor Basinger, Sarah Basinger, and Savannah Basinger; numerous cousins and family friend Cheryl Conley.

Sandy was preceded in death by her parents and her brother, Richard Bush.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the donor’s favorite charity. Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.gebhartschmidtparramore.com

Services

11 January

Gathering of Family & Friends

10:30 am - 11:30 am

Gebhart-Schmidt-Parramore Funeral Home


Miamisburg, Ohio

11 January

Celebration of Life

11:30 am

Gebhart-Schmidt-Parramore Funeral Home


Miamisburg, Ohio

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Susan Jestice Stamm

November 23, 2019

Anyone who was blessed enough to know Sandy knows she had a love of life that she passed on to those around her. She was certainly unique and will be fondly remembered always.

Elizabeth Nichols

November 23, 2019

Not a memory I did not know her. But Cindy is my cousin on our Dad's sides. My heart is with you. I know how hard it is to loose your mom. Surround yourself with loved ones,she would want that. Be strong. She made you that way. All my love, Liz❤

Robin Bark

November 23, 2019

I met Sandy at her grandson, Cory’s hockey games. We had some great moments cheering the kids on. Sandy was a sweetheart and will be truly missed. I love you all!

Cheryl (Cox) Williams Stock

November 23, 2019

Sandy (aka to me “Witch”) has been my friend since we were about 8. The day of her passing, she was on my mind, several times. I was thinking about she & Karla doing Thanksgiving Dinner for the family. We had talked about it several times.
As teens Sandy would smoke in her room & if her parents came down the hall, she’d shove the ashtray & cigarette into her dresser drawer. It’s a wonder, she didn’t set the drawer on fire.
In high school on Friday, after school, 3 or 4 of us would go to her house & eat chef Boyar Dee spaghetti, bread & butter & Pepsi. We would wash out clothes & dry them in the dryer, before going out on our dates. Sandy’s Dad (“Pops”) would come home & raise “H” with us for running the dryer, without putting bath towels in it to help the load dry faster. Sandy was a good bowler, but would start on the wrong foot. Pops called her left foot Louie. If we needed a ride somewhere, we’d called Grandpa J. O. Reed & he’d take us. He was so short & could barely see over the steering wheel.
Those were the carefree days, when we borrowed each other’s clothes & didn’t need much money to have fun.
I’ll miss Sandy, so much. I wish, we had spent more time, together, recently.
My sympathy to Karla, Cindy, Jen & your families!
Cheryl (Cox) Williams Stock
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