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Sandra Ziegler 5/8/2013
Place of birth: Cape Girardeau, MO
Religious affiliation: Protestant
Sandra Kay Hogan-Ziegler
Quote: Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.
My sister was a devoted wife to her beloved husband Ron, she leaves behind her husband Ron Ziegler two sisters Debra Hogan and Lisa Hogan and her two children, Tom Ziegler, Tracy Griggs and seven grandchildren.
Sandy earned a degree as a key punch operator in the 70’s and then moved on to become a Heart Monitor tech at Southeast Hospital…..when that ended she persued another degree and became a hairstylist. All of this while being the victim of polio and being an amputee—-she later became affected by post polio syndrome, diabetes and kidney failure. She kept the best attitude of anyone I’ve ever known. She was the one who was always there for anyone who had a problem—-she prayed with them comforted them and listened to them. I watched her be strong when all odds were against her. She fought every step of her life and I watched her all the way knowing I could have never done what she succeeded in doing. I heard her pray and give it all to God many times. She died at home sleeping. I miss her more than words can say. I love you sis
The Mansion of Heaven
We Live as Long as We're Remembered
When my sister passed away I made several quilts from her clothes I am giving them to her husband, son and daughter. Quote: "I'm made out of clothes from someone so dear, Who from loving memory will always be here, So when you hug me up close to you, Just remember Sandy loved you too!" I made a few stuffed animals for the grandchildren from her clothes for them---I know they will miss her too.