Sandra "Sandy" Lee Pletz
February 25, 1943 – July 7, 2018
Sandra "Sandy" Lee Pletz, 75, of Reading, passed away on Saturday July 7, 2018 in Penn State Health St. Joseph. She was the loving wife of the late Jack D. Pletz, Sr.
Born February 25, 1943 in Reading, a daughter of the late Richard and Edith Kosmerl. She was a Reading High School graduate.
Sandy enjoyed Bingo and trips to the casinos. She also liked to spend time at the VFA Bungalow, Glenside. Sandy's favorite thing to do was spend time with her family.
Surviving are two sons: Rick E. Pletz of Reading and Michael A. Pletz and his wife, Jennifer of Lititz; ten grandchildren,15 great grandchildren and a sister, Beverly Dissinger and her husband, Tony of Fleetwood.
In addition to her parents and her husband, Jack; Sandy is predeceased by a son, Jack D. Pletz, Jr.
A gathering for Sandy will be held Saturday, July 21, 2018 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM in Aumans Inc. Funeral Home, 390 W. Neversink Rd, Reading, PA 19606, followed by a Memorial Service at 2:00 PM.
In lieu of flowers, contributions in Sandy's memory may be made to Rick Pletz, C/O Auman's Inc. Funeral Home, 390 W. Neversink Rd., Reading, PA 19606.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.aumansinc.com for the Pletz family.
- Rick E. Pletz, Son
- Michael A. Pletz, Son
Mrs. Pletz is also survived by 10 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren.
She was predeceased by her husband Jack D. Pletz, Sr. in 2005 and her son Jack D. Pletz, Jr. in 2014
Rick Pletz, C/O Auman's Inc. Funeral Home
390 W. Neversink Rd., Reading, Pennsylvania 19606
- Gathering Saturday, July 21, 2018
- Memorial Service Saturday, July 21, 2018
Sandra "Sandy" Lee Pletz
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July 20, 2018
Rick and Mike,
I was sadden to hear of your mom's passing. I will not be able to make the services but I wanted to pass along my condolences to you. When I heard the news I was flooded with many memories of being with your family, mainly with Jack, Jr (Jackie as your mom would call him). All the time spent at the "garage" for Pletz Trucking, to the times at the races and to all of the school activities.
The memory that really popped into my mind with "Mrs Pletz" (will always be Mrs Pletz to me) was on one summer evening I was invited to go along with all of you to see the movie "Smokey and The Bandit" at the Sinking Spring Drive-in. It was a fun evening. Your mom always treated me like one of the family.
She is now with your dad and brother watching over you to keep you safe.
May you also be filled with lots of fond memories at this time of mourning and reflection.
God bless you and your families and ALL of the Pletz family.
July 15, 2018
Jack jr. And i went to school up at Reading high. Of course we got into trouble together as well. Fast forward as Jack and I lost touch after school. As a member of Tivolis and the Bungalow I heard many stories of your Father and his best friend Bunky Donald Krouse . i started seeing your Mom at her favorite hangout the Bungalow. We had many conversations about me and Jack Jr. At the high school. Sandy was like my own Mom i cherished every moment i got to spend with her at the Bungalow. We talked and talked and she was alot of fun to be around. I will never forget our conversations together. She will be sadly missed. May the Mercy of God lighten your sorrows snd bring forth fond memories of your Mother till You meet again. Rest in peace my Dear friend. Thankyou and may Go Bless your Family and give you peace at this Difficult time.
July 11, 2018
Jack, Rick and Mike,
My heartfelt sympathies for your loss. Its been a LONG time since I've seen or been with your Mom but the High School memories of being at your house and family gatherings will always be cherished.
Rick, I had no way of contacting you but a TRUE heart felt thank you for sending flowers for my Mom. It meant so much!!
May she rest in peace!!
July 10, 2018
I met you at the Bungalow we shared the same Birthday day . I enjoyed talking to you. Then I just discovered by talking to you that I knew your husband and other family members.
I will never forget you. Thanks for the time we have shared.
Your friend always.