Kauber-Fraley Funeral Home

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Sandra Lynn Queen

June 18, 1961June 22, 2020

Sandra Lynn Queen, 59, of Columbus, Ohio was awarded her angel wings on Monday, June 22, 2020. She was born to Jerry F. and Raffaela M. Nease on June 18, 1961 in Naples, Italy. Sandra was preceded in death by her mother. She is survived by her father; brother, John (Jane) Nease; sister, Dorothy Marie Lasiter and many relatives in the United States and Naples, Italy; Bichon “baby”, Lexi; as well as a host of other family, friends and loved ones. Arrangements are being handled by KAUBER-FRALEY FUNERAL HOME. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.


  • Celebration of Life Service Pending


Sandra Lynn Queen

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Kumari Murphy

July 6, 2020

Oh.. Sandy. I will never forget you. I am so heartbroken and I can not understand this. I just saw you. I am at a lost for words and I pray God helps me understand. I dont know how I can look at the battleship building and not remember the fun times we shared.. the wreath making and just hanging out with the girls.. I love you Sanda Queen and I will forever hold on to our memories together. God bless your family

Karen & Ron Turdo

June 26, 2020

So very sad to hear this...we remember Sandy so well and her "chow"...hello...goodbye...we always had fun showing her "sparkles". Much too young to be gone from this world...life gives us such challenges sometimes and nothing we can say will make it easy...Love and Hugs to you all...Karen & Ron

Kevin M. Palmore

June 26, 2020

Sandy and I worked together at the BMV. She had a wonderful personality, an infectious laugh and a beautiful smile. I was just recently made aware of her condition and it truly saddened me to hear of her passing. I have worked for the state of Ohio for 32+ years and Sandy and her father Jerry were two of the nicest people I met during my career with the state. Sandy will truly be missed by all who knew and loved her. However, earth's loss is heavens gain. My prayers and condolence to the family. May God bless you with His peace today and in the days to come.

Jeanine Moore

June 25, 2020

Sandy and I both worked at the BMV. We got to know each other well when she started working in the Purchasing Dept., and I was in the Accounting Dept., Our areas interacted daily due to their responsibilities. I always enjoyed talking to her. She had a great personality and a lovely smile. I was so saddened to hear of her circumstances and that she had past. God be with her family. 🌷RIP Sandy 🙏.

Darlene Cunningham

June 25, 2020

Chao Baby

Jessie Keyes-Stubblefield

June 25, 2020

I had the pleasure of working with Sandy at the BMV...Sandy was full of life kept you laughing..I will never forget the joke we played on at Supervisor at work..Sandy also gave my son his first puppy..Heaven has gained a true angel....
God bless you Mr J Nease you’re in my prayers

Rene Schiefer

June 25, 2020

What a beautiful person inside and out. Always had a smile and “Ciao” for everyone. Sandy and I went to school together and I also worked with her for 30 years. She was a great friend and co-worker. She deeply loved her family, dogs and friends. She will be truly missed.

Ginger Custer

June 25, 2020

Sandra was a good friend I will remember all the fun we had at the BMV and outside work. Always loved her greetings "ciao". She will be missed RIP Sandra heaven has received an 😇😇.

Milan Bunch

June 25, 2020

Taking a moment to absorb the profound shock of hearing about Sandra's passing. I had the cherished privilege of working with her, as a State of Ohio employee. Just to exchange greetings with her or to hear her voice, was a highlight of my day. I'm deeply saddened and pray that the family will be strengthened in this time, as they mourn at the base of the Cross.

Milan K. Bunch
Veteran, U.S. Marine Corps
U.S. Navy (Retired)