Curtis A. Sandrock

Hellertown, Pennsylvania

1929 - 2019


November 6, 2019


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Pastor Curtis Allen Sandrock passed away on November 3, 2019. Curtis was born in Hollywood, PA on June 16, 1929 to Conrad and Margaret (Fritzinger) Sandrock. After graduating from Hazel Township High school in Hazelton, Curtis continued his education at Pfeiffer Junior College, Catawba College,...

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Love and treasure my time with all the Sandrocks. Curt was minister, neighbor, and friend. Thankful for his love, lessons, smile and terrific laugh!

I was a member at St. John UCC in Riegelsville when I was a child (late 80s into 90s) and went through confirmation classes and was a member of the youth group and bell choir. I went with my grandparents Herman and Mildred Smith every Sunday and also participated in Vacation Bible School. Pastor Sandrock was always such a wonderfully kind and compassionate person. I will always think of him with fond memories and a smile. No one could lead a service like he did. My condolences to his...

To Curt's Loved Ones,
Curt was our minister and friend almost 40 years. He confirmed our children, married them and baptized our grandchildren. He was an integral part of our lives whose presence was always enjoyed and cherished. His memory will remain in our minds and hearts always.
Donna and Jack Fulton

I was the organist and choir director at St. John UCC in Riegelsville when Curt came in 1962. I worked closely with him until about 1975. Curt was a compassionate and creative pastor. But, more than that, he was a wonderful friend to our family. My sincere condolences to Michael, Mark, Karl and their families.

Pastor Sandrock was such a breath of fresh air who was much loved at Memorial UCC in Wilson Borough. The youngsters would race to be by his side to enjoy the Children's story each Sunday. We were so fortunate to have this man become a part of our church family and he will surely bring laughter to all in heaven!! The Horinko family

I was so sorry to read about Curt's passing. I just thought of him a couple of days ago when my husband and I celebrated our 50 anniversary. Curt married us, and I so wanted to call him and tell him we made it 50 years. We had many laughs with Curt.

You performed the wedding ceremony for our daughter, Stephanie and her husband Robert.
We will always remember you with fondness.

Bob & Kathy Edinger

Lived life with love and laughter. Made every trip a pleasure. We will celebrate your life and cherish the memories forever. A dear friend always. Martha Danner Shirley Reitbauer.

Loved working with Curt over the years on numerous PNEC committees and as a General Synod delegate to many UCC synods.I will miss his wit, wisdom and counsel.Well done good and faithful servant.