Sandi Deah Yosko

Sandi Deah Yosko (Cunningham), 61, of Spring, Texas was called home to our Lord on Monday Sept. 20, 2021. Sandi was born on April 29, 1960 to James Cunningham Jr. and Marilyn Timmons (McCorkle). Sandi was the youngest of 5 children (Candae, Tony, Capri, and Jyme). Sandi was born in Marion, Indiana, but grew up in Gas City and graduated from Mississinewa High School in 1978.

In her early childhood years, she enjoyed being with her siblings and playing outdoors with them. In high school, Sandi was a Cheerleader. Sandi was also in DECA, Distributive Education Clubs of America, where she competed and placed 1st in the state of Indiana in Department Store Studies in Manual Marketing and got to attend the National Conference in Washington DC. After graduation she lived and worked around Gas City then moved to Texas.

She met Raymond Yosko and married to him on April 24, 1993. They had four children together, Troyal, Logan, Kassidi, and Bryce. Sandi was a homemaker and devoted her life as a caregiver to her husband and four children. During the busy times of raising four children and attending all of their activities she was able to obtain a degree in Associate of Arts in Paraprofessional Education from the University of Phoenix. Sandi was an exceptional loving and caring person to everyone she would meet.

Sandi's hobbies included loving on her family, baking, crafting, gardening, bird watching, reading, and being organized. Sandi always made holidays and birthdays feel special with her craft making skills along with her love and passion which was extraordinary. In her later years she developed a liking for bird watching while growing closer to God by doing daily devotionals and professing the knowledge of her faith to her family. Sandi was there for everyone who needed her and always sacrificed her needs for the good of her family.

Sandi will be remembered as a selfless, loving wife and mother who always put her family first when times were tough. She had an amazing light to her, and she always brightened up the room when she walked in it with her amazing smile. Sandi was always graceful and beautiful, and she will be forever missed by her loved ones.

Sandi is survived by her husband Raymond F Yosko Jr; daughters, Logan B. Yosko and Kassidi D. Yosko; son, Bryce A. Yosko; sisters, Jyme McKenzie and Capri Smith; special nephew Jaymes and wife Elena; and numerous more relatives and friends. She is preceded in death by her son, Troyal R. Yosko, Father, James Cunningham, Jr.; Mother, Marilyn Timmons (McCorkle), Sister, Candae Jones, and Brother, Tony Cunningham.

The gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ.

– Romans 6:23


Published by Chronicle-Tribune on Sep. 27, 2021.
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MEMORIAL EVENTS
Sep
28
Visitation
9:30a.m. - 10:30a.m.
Saint Edward Catholic Church
2601 Spring Stuebner Rd, Spring, TX
Sep
28
Funeral Mass
10:30a.m.
Saint Edward Catholic Church
2601 Spring Stuebner Rd, Spring, TX
Sep
28
Burial
11:30a.m.
Tranquility Oaks Cemetery
22302 Hildebrandt Road, Spring, TX
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I am deeply saddened hearing the news that Sam has passed away. She was such a sweet high school friend who always had a smile! We had several fun years cheering together. She will be missed. Prayers for her family and many friends. With deepest sympathy, Brenda (Moriarity) Hensley
Brenda (Moriarity) Hensley
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September 27, 2021
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of Sam's family.
Mitch & Micki Maynard
September 25, 2021
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