Sandra Kay Jassby-Iverson

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Sandra Kay Jassby-Iverson Notice
Jassby-Iverson, Sandra Kay Born November 26, 1965 and grew up in South Milwaukee, WI. Married to Jeff Jassby for over 27 years and for the past 15 years lived in Diamondhead, MS where she co-owned Jassby Custom Homes. She left us all entirely too soon on Wed., June 20, when she drowned in a rip current on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Survived by her husband, Jeff Jassby (Diamondhead), daughters Melissa and Courtney Jassby (Nashville, TN) and son Marcus Jassby (Diamondhead), her father Richard Iverson, sister Lynn (Ray) Chasin , brother Duane (Sue) Iverson, sister Debbie (Jim) Hedler, brother Howie (Melanie) Iverson, all of the Milwaukee area, mother-in-law, Julieta Jassby (Hattiesburg, MS), sister-in-law Nicole (Eric) Viegut (Clearwater, FL), numerous nieces and nephews as well as family-at-heart Jeff (Karen) Wisniewski and John Dentice. Preceded in death by her mother, Mary Ann Hordyk Iverson, brother-in-law, Barron Jassby, and father-in-law, Stephen Jassby. Sandy was an outside gal, enjoying fishing, boating, poker runs, walks with her husband Jeff and Bam Bam their Black Lab and Just Loved Life In General; she was always smiling. Her license plate said it all. Liv4fun. Sandy participated in many causes in the Diamondhead and Hancock County areas. Being the Beautiful and charitable woman Sandy always was, she had chosen to be an organ donor and was able to give the gift of life, health, and sight to others. Sandy also wished that, in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the following charities-SPCA of Diamondhead at 7310 Alu Ct Diamondhead, MS 39525, Hancock County Food Pantry at 9972 Hwy 603 PO Box 4313 Bay St. Louis, MS 39520 and/or Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center at Because Sandy had chosen cremation, there will be no public burial. A visitation with the family, followed by a very casual Celebration of Life party will be held at Diamondhead Country Club on Wed., June 27 from 4 - 8 PM.
Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on June 25, 2012
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