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Sandra Sue Schwabauer

November 4, 2014

Sandra Sue Schwabauer passed on November 4, 2014.  She was born to John & Grace Truesdell on March 23, 1941 in Mendon, Missouri.  Sandra worked for Graber’s Hardware Store for 37 years as a bookkeeper before retiring in 2012.  Sandra and Bill met through mutual friends and were married on January 19, 1979.  Sandra loved her family & cherished spending time with them including her grandkids.  She was an avid reader, pacing around a book a week!  Sandra loved animals, she enjoyed bird watching & feeding wild animals, and caring for her dogs.  Sandra is preceeded in death by her parents and Brother Johnny Truesdell.  She is survived by husband William “Bill” Schwabauer; Sons, Brandon Bacon and wife Susan, Steve Bacon and wife Crystal, and John Bacon and wife Jessica; Grandchildren, Shannon Kalal, Jaxon Bacon, John Truesdell (J.T.) Bacon, Sydney Bacon, Kyndal Bacon, and Josie Bacon; Great Grandchild Bella Kalal; and Sister Mary Smith.  Visitation will be held on Thursday November 6, 2014 at Petersen Funeral Home from 5-9pm with family greeting friends from 6-730pm.  Funeral Service will be held at 2pm on Friday November 7, 2014 at Petersen Funeral Home Chapel.  Memorials may be made out to Caring Hands Humane Society.

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2 thoughts on “Sandra Sue Schwabauer

  1. Your family has my deepest sympathy. I am so sorry for your loss. Ms. Sandra will be dearly missed. Though now you are grieving, please remember that you are not alone. Psalm 46 : 1 says, ” God is our refuge and strength, a help that is readily found in times of distress. ” Pray to Him for strength. He will really help you ( Isaiah 41 : 10 ) because He cares for you ( 1 Peter 5 : 7 ).

  2. Those of us who were in high school and worked at Graber’s with Sandy remember her as a really bright light there. She was always smiling and cheerful, eager to listen and help–even to us teenagers! She was a friend to us all, and we appreciated more than she will ever know.

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