Born On: January 10, 1941

Passed On: September 19, 2020

Sandra Lee Vanas

Sandra Lee Vanas (King), age 79, passed away on Saturday, September 19, 2020. She was born in Muskegon on January 10, 1941 to Darrell and Pearl “Babe” Grace King. She married her school sweetheart, Roy L. Vanas, on February 27th, 1960. Sandra is survived by her 3 children, Dori Carnes (Steve ), Byron (April) Vanas and Roy Vanas, all of Muskegon; grandchildren, Jack Steel (Cynthia), Sara Maddox, Crystal Ward (Brandon), Jennifer Vanderlip (Jason), Kristina Vanas, Brooke Whelpley (Christopher), Jessica Hudson (Richard), Desirae Vanas (Ricky), Dakota, Devon, and Hunter; great-grandchildren,  Sophie Rose, Destiny, Jasmine, Dayton, Chevy, Madison, Jaxon, Gabrielle, Danielle, James, Charity, Layla, Jaelynn, Carson, Alexandria Dawn, Paige, Ethan and Elijah; sisters, Gloria Furhman of Schoolcraft, MI, Angela (Greg) Karch of Richmond, IN, Ella Curtis of Clearwater, FL, Rosie (Bruce) King-McCallister of Freedom, IN and Alice King of Ann Arbor, MI; many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; by her husband of 39 years, Roy L. Vanas; sisters, Delores Manchester and Laura Eastling; brothers, Donald and David King and granddaughter, Wynter Sheffer.

Sandra had worked at Zephyr Inc. She enjoyed ice cream, scenic drives, casinos, her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Interment will take place at Egelston Township Cemetery.

 

Shoreline Memorial Services of Muskegon Ph. 231-722-5050

5 thoughts on “Sandra Lee Vanas

  1. Rose Ripley

    Oh Roy so sorry to hear about your mom ‘s passing. You two were very close. My sincere condolences. Take care. May she RIP.

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  2. gloria fuhrman

    Older sister-we had many good years together from kids til now. We enjoyed watching the dolphins jumping and the beaches. Where you mostly sat in the shade-garage sale-casino-eating out and the 3 of us going bargain shopping! You will be greatly missed and always in my heart-love you forever. Who am I suppose to hollar at now?

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  3. Alicia Cox

    I will never forget Sandy and Mema wrapped up in blankets in the middle of July at the Family Reunion! Sandy was such a sweet lady. I am glad I had the opportunity to get to know her and have her around during our big events. Many thoughts and prayers for healing to her children, nieces & nephews, grandchildren, and friends.

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  4. Marilyn

    Love to you Sandy. We had wonderful times together shopping, going for rides to get ice cream, scribs pizza . Sitting on the back porch talking about your kids and husband. I was so pleased that she shared her Vanas cookbook with me and taught me to make dumplings. It was joy to know you, you treated kind and I will never forget you. Love you honey.

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