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Sandra Elizabeth Poley


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Sandra Elizabeth Poley Obituary
Sandra Elizabeth Poley
Norfolk - Sandy Poley "BeMaw" 72 was carried home to heaven Thursday June 21. with her family by her side. Born March 13, 1940 in Montgomery WV to the late Clyde and Jessie Jeffries. Proceeded in death by her brother and sister in law Cy and Joan Jeffries and niece Lisa Lanphear. Survived by 3 brothers and 1 sister. Phil and Nell Jeffries, Anna and Wally Lanphear, Russ and Pat Jeffries, Randy Jeffries, and numerous nieces and nephews. Sandra leaves in her legacy three daughters and son in laws. Lenneta and Joe Breznican, Jean and Tim Jewell, and Joan and Mike Bertucci. Four precious grandchildren Sandra Gunther, Brenton Bertucci, Allie Bertucci, and Grace Jewell. She shared a special bond with Steve and Barbie Jeffries along with Marcus and Melissa Mathews whom she considered her own. Additionally she leaves behind long time best friends and many friends she considered family. Sandra was former Partner/Owner of the Silver Saddle, The Corner, and Finally Sandy's Bars in Norfolk where her generous heart and open arms made her "Mother away from Mother" to many young service men and women. Her passion for sharing and love of giving continued throughout her life, as a longtime member of the Women of the Moose where she was former Senior Regent and earned numerous high awards, including her College of Regents Degree, and VA State Co-Worker of the year. She was a volunteer for March of Dimes earning VA South Side Volunteers of the Year with her WOTM. Sandra was also a longtime supporter of EVMS and Bells Adult Home. A memorial will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday July 8 at Deep Creek Baptist Church 250 Mill Creek Pkwy, Chesapeake, with a Celebration of Life immediately following at the Moose Lodge 1400 N George Washington Hwy Chesapeake. Celebration of Life coordinated by Reva Stein 757-373-1555.

Published in The Virginian Pilot on July 1, 2012
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