OBITUARY

Sandra L. McKulsky

January 31, 1946August 8, 2018

Sandra Lee McKulsky passed away at her Tucson home on the evening of Wednesday, August 8th, 2018. Born in Kansas City, Missouri on January 31, 1946, Sandra was the daughter of Charles and Patricia (Young) Keeran. After attending Catalina and Palo Verde High Schools, she married Frank A. McKulsky on July 5th, 1963, and they soon moved back to Missouri. She and Frank would eventually return to Tucson as their family grew, they enjoyed camping, hunting and fishing. Her children and grandchildren will remember the wonderful meals she prepared for them, especially her lasagna. Throughout her 72 year, Sandra remained proud of her Cherokee heritage.

Her loving family includes her husband of 55 years, Frank A McKulsky of Tucson; their children, Jeff McKulsky and his wife, Carol of Tucson, Jennifer Liles and her husband, Joel of Vail, and Jonathan McKulsky and his wife, Jacqueline of Sahuarita; brother, Don Keeran of Belton, Missouri; sisters, Kathy Giambrone of Belton, Missouri and Carol Baker of Adrian, Missouri; as well as five grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, August 17, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, August 17, 2018
REMEMBERING

Sandra L. McKulsky

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Sandra Hoagland

August 16, 2018

Dearest Friend,
We met many years ago during Little League Baseball but the memory seems like yesterday to me. As our sons played
baseball, we became acquainted. As we chatted we discovered we shared the same first name Sandi and our husbands
were both named Frank. It was too funny! We instantly bonded and became friends. Our husbands and children became
family. We had a great time no matter what we did together. Never a day went by that we didn't talk to each other, support
each other, and care about our mutual families. I remember the laughter, fun and really good times. Little League games, weekly rodeos, swimming parties and country swing dancing for the adults every Saturday night. Being thirty was pretty
awesome way back then. And you, my loving friend, with the beautiful smile, caring heart and great sense of humor became
my best friend forever. I will keep you in my heart and memory until we meet again. Love, Sandy

FROM THE FAMILY