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Sandra JoAnn Lewis

Dallas, Texas

Sep 6, 1937 – May 22, 2019 (Age 81)

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Sandra JoAnn Lewis, born on September 6, 1937 in Cannonsburg, Pennsylvania, to the late Dorthea Elizabeth Sheaff, and Jack Winston Lewis, passed away at age 81 on May 22, 2019 in Dallas, Texas. Sandra lost her mother at a very early age and was raised by her Aunt Mary Jo (Hodson) Northern of Margate, Florida (also deceased). She served in the Navy from 1958 to 1960 and graduated from The University of Southern Mississippi with an MSN in Nursing in 1998. Sandra worked in the Nursing industry as a traveling nurse and nurse educator. She was also the on-call nurse at Three Fountains Independent Living center in Dallas as well as a clinical instructor for various online nursing schools until her official retirement last year. She is survived by her daughter, Denise Lynn (Steve) Giovinazzo of Allen, Texas; son, Theodore Joseph (TJ) Vignaux of Key West, Florida; brother John Hodgson; grandchildren, Frederick George Reddoch II, Ryan Michael Reddoch, and Shannon Alexandra Cantlay; great-grandsons, Blaze, Skylar and Kalo along with several friends, of which her closest were Helen, Loretta and Sally. She had a passion for sewing, embroidery, baking, playing games and helping others. "Aunt Sandy" as she was known by many will be missed and remembered for her love of her children and grandchildren, her banana bread and fun loving spirit. In lieu of flowers, donations in Sandra's name to the American Cancer Society or St. Jude Children's Hospital are welcome and appreciated. Friends and family are welcome to attend the memorial service on Saturday, June 8th at 10:00 am at Faith Presbyterian Hospice Chapel, 12477 Merit Drive, Dallas, Texas, 75251. Reception to follow.

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You were the best aunt any girl could ever ask for, Aunt Sandy. You will be loved and missed by many. Thank you for the awesome childhood memories. You were always so much fun. I Love You...See You When I Come Home.

May your happy memories help to heal you. A beautiful soul never dies, their memories dwell in our hearts forever. Peace to you and your family. Love alway, Anna & Tommy Hayes

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends. John 6:40

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