Sandra A. Scroggins

Anderson, Indiana

1940 - 2008


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Sandra A. Scroggins, 68, of Anderson, passed away September 22, 2008 at her residence after an extended illness.

She was born July 7, 1940 in Wilder, TN and lived most of her life in Anderson.

She retired in 1999 from Brockway Glass in Lapel after 33 years.

She was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary.

She is survived by her daughter, Terri Hogue of Anderson; son, Matthew Zachary of Anderson; five grandchildren, Ashley (husband, Wyatt) Mendes and Adam Zachary, all of CA, Kassandra Zachary, London Hogue and Logan Hogue, all of Anderson; great grandchildren, Wyatt Mendes, Jr. and Deavonte Walker; sisters, Barbara (husband, Larry) Medley of Monterey, TN, Peggy Merrill of Anderson and Patsy (husband, Wendell) Griffin of Central City, KY; and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Walter and Beulah (Smith) Scroggins; sons, Wesley Zachary and Brian Zachary; and brother-in-law, Tommy Merrill.

Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at Brown-Butz-Diedring Funeral Home with Chaplain Tim Stigers and Larry Medley officiating. Burial will be at Maplewood Cemetery.

Visitation will be 12 to 2 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.

Memorial contributions may be made to the funeral home to help the family with funeral expenses.

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Terri and family
We are very sorry to hear about the passing of Sandy....she will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you!

Dairel, Angie, Devon, & Jaret McCormick

Terri, Matt and kids,
There are no words to take the pain, hurt, and sorrow away. Take comfort in knowing Sandy is no longer suffering. She will be missed by all of us. We will always be here for you guys.
Love you,
Darrell, Becky, and Courtney

In My Pocket

I have memories in my pocket.
They rattle among the change.

My memories of you are treasures I carry wherever I go.

They are stored in bits and pieces, parts of a beautiful whole
They give me comfort when I think I am alone.

Yes, I have memories in my pocket, like so much other stuff I keep there.

But of all the treasures I have, it’s the memories of you that are the most precious.

Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.