Henjum, Sandra Lee SOUTHLAKE -- Sandy Henjum went to sleep on the evening of August, 18, 2010 and woke up on August 19, 2010 with the Lord. The family will be present from 5:00-7:00pm on Sunday, August 22, 2010 at J.E. Foust Funeral Home, 523 S. Main St, Grapevine. A celebration of life will be held at 1:00pm on Monday, August 23, 2010 at White's Chapel United Methodist Church, 185 S White's Chapel Blvd, Southlake. Interment at Bluebonnet Cemetery in Colleyville. Sandy was born on June 14, 1960 in Oneida, New York and cherished each moment of her life with precious family and friends. Sandy touched many lives in her extensive business and service experience. She was the President of CPS Civil and president and Founder of Infyousion Life Coaching. She was recently retired from a career at Verizon/GTE where she had been Executive Vice President of Marketing and Business Transformation, Area President of DFW Verizon Yellow Pages and Group Vice President of GTE Human Resources. Sandy served her community as the President of the Board of Director's of National Children's Alliance (NCA), a Member of the Board of Directors of Dallas Better Business Bureau and she was a member of White's Chapel UMC where she served through Missions. Sandy was preceded in death by her Father, Paul Thorna. Sandy is survived by her husband Mike Henjum of Southlake, son Connor of South-lake, daughter Katie of Southlake, daughter Lauren and husband James Williams of Dallas, daughter Kristin Henjum of Los Angeles, son Jared Henjum of Lubbock, mother Mary Jane Thorna of Oneida New York, brother Paul Thorna of Oneida New York, sister Terry Thorna of Oneida New York, grandson Ethan, many cousins, numerous friends and dogs Kelley and Gracie. Memorials may be directed to the NCA local Plano Children's Advocacy Center or the
. Sandy will continue to live in all of those who crossed paths on her blessed journey. Those attending the funeral are encouraged to wear a splash of any color of the rainbow in honor of Sandy.
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Published in Dallas Morning News on Aug. 22, 2010