OBITUARY

Sandra K. Betts

June 1, 1943June 3, 2019
Play Tribute Movie

Sandra K. Betts was born on June 1, 1943 in Youngstown, Ohio and passed away on June 3, 2019 in Glendale, Arizona.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, June 13, 2019
  • Visitation Friday, June 14, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, June 14, 2019

Memories

Sandra K. Betts

have a memory or condolence to add?

ADD A MEMORY
Kathy Quinn

June 14, 2019

Sandy,
You are now our angel in heaven! Love you cousin!
Kathy

Ron Mondlak

June 13, 2019

To Yvon,Dwaine,Tanya and all your family,Mary and I want to pass on our condolences and sympathy. Even though we only knew Sandy for several years,she was a special lady and friend. We met under some difficult circumstances yet she was always,always, a friendly,happy,pleasant and upbeat person. When we met
,it was always with a smile and a hug. You will be missed by many Sandy. RIP friend

Tanya Mullaney

June 13, 2019

Dear Mom,
No words can ever express what im feeling with you no longer here. I love you and you always told me its ok, that's part of life. When I was 4 I remember throwing a fit in the kitchen on in the Flower Street house wanting to know why we were here on earth. I remember the look on your face each time id ask it. Finally you told me We are here to live,do well and be good to others..... I never forgot that and didnt ask again. My dear mother, YOU have taught me about every aspect of life from driving, marriage, work, relationships, bills, love and people in general. The day I came into this world was the day I was blessed to be born to a true angel here on earth....the luckiest day of my life. Time will never take away the pain of not seeing you every single day and hanging out however you taught me the two things i will need and that is strength and courage. You use to tell me time stops for noone, with this in mind I will not say goodbye but so long for now mom. I LOVE YOU THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING IN LIFE.
Love,
Me 💖💖

Tanya Mullaney

June 13, 2019

Tanya Mullaney

June 13, 2019

Tanya Mullaney

June 13, 2019

Tanya Mullaney

June 13, 2019

Yvon Wagner

June 11, 2019

Words cannot do justice in describing the beautiful spirit of my big sister, Sandy. She was a natural light that shined in the darkest of places. Her energy was a positive force field, and her spirit, complete love.

No matter how rough the road she or others were traveling, Sandy always stayed positive. No matter what life would place in front of her, she never let it stop her. She was strong and stubborn, putting others before herself was her biggest strength, and her personal weakness.

Sandy was my protector-15 years my senior, she had much experience to help keep me safe. And, she was so much fun! I remember her taking me for rides in her MG, and Austin Healey sports car - beautiful, tall, stunning, and super-cool too! She took me to my very first concert - Elvis 🕺 - who she LOVED!

The best part of her story is evident in the countless photos of her and her children. With arms reached out for big hugs - Pure Love, unconditional- for her children Tanya, and Dwaine, her grandchildren Nick, Kami, and Alexsandra (named after her), and her many wonderful great grandchildren. She shared that same love with me and my children, always asking me how they are doing - sending them her love and her energy. I guess there are words after all to describe my sister, Sandy - PURE LOVE! Thank you for being my big sis, I will miss you till we meet again.

Your loving sister, Yvon

Veronica Conner

June 11, 2019

My condolences to you and your family Tanya. I am so sorry for the loss of a beautiful mother. Even though I haven't seen her since our Shaw Butte Days, I still remember how sweet and kind she was to me each time I came to visit. A lot of her best qualities you inherited my friend. I wish I could go to services but you know my current situation. I love you and know I'm here if you ever need a shoulder to lean on or a big hug. God bless you and may she rest in peace.

Shelly Lumpmouth

June 10, 2019

Sandy was always a happy, loving, kind, and caring individual. My Dad always liked talking with Sandy when he would drop me off at Betts’ house then he would hide all Sandy’s owls. It took Sandy a while to figure it out.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY