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Sandra Mann

Deep in our hearts you will always stay. Loved and remembered in every way

Date passed: 10th of January 2018

Funeral date: 23rd of January 2018

“Deep in our hearts you will always stay. Loved and remembered in every way”

 

Peacefully on the 10th January, in Leighton Hospital, surrounded by her family, Sandra aged 59 years.

The beloved partner of Jim, a dear mother of Mark and Tracey, treasured grandma of Oliver, Maisie, Ruby and Parker also a cherished sister of Tony, Robert, Janet and the late Frank.

Sandra was born in Crewe and one of five children losing her older brother in a tragic accident when she was quite young.

After marrying John, her first child Mark was born followed by Tracey with her second husband Ray.

She had various jobs but her main career was in care homes for the elderly.

Sandra has suffered some ill health throughout her life but has enjoyed dancing and trips away with her friends and visits to Presthaven Sands on holiday.

Sandra met Jim her partner about 13 years ago and between them they shared a love of animals, especially dogs, but by far the most important animal that Sandra loved were gorilla’s. Jim would take Sandra to Zoo’s and Safari parks to see the gorrillas and primates which she was passionate about.

Lately her health has not been the best and there have been several scares, but she was a fighter. Despite being housebound she loved hte company of her family, especially the grandchildren.

Sandra’s funeral will take place in Crewe Crematorium Chapel on Tuesday 23rd January at 12noon. Donations in her memory will be gratefully received for Ward 5 at Leighton Hospital.

For any further information regarding Sandra’s funeral, please call our funeral home.

1 Condolence

  1. Tracy on January 22, 2018 at 11:48 am

    I love you so much mum, I really, really miss you too. I’m so scared to let you go tomorrow, but I know you’ll be right there by our side. I’m so proud of the person you were and the fight you fought! I’m proud to call you my mum, and so proud that you’re a nan. The kids loved you so dearly and forever they will too. I just wish you could stay just an extra day, but I know that is selfish of me as you are so free now and no more in pain. Mum please watch over us as I know you will. You my darling are my very own sleeping beauty. Sleep tight my gorgeous angel. Love you millions more XxXxX

    - Approved by oconnell

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