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In Loving Memory

Holderle, Sandra Lou

On Thursday June 1st of 2023 Sandra Lou Holderle passed away at the age of 82.  Daughter of Margaret (Snyder) (deceased) and Delbert Brummett (deceased), sister to Alan Brummett (deceased), and Vivian Amick and Melvin Amick, wife to Earl Holderle (deceased).  She was born on August 28, 1940 in Jefferson City, Missouri.  She is also survived by her sons, Keith Holderle (Karen Schneider) and Chad (Nina) Holderle.  She has 6 grandchildren: Jacob (Alisa) Holderle, Brandon Myers, Jamie Holderle, Ryan (Janice) Myers, Kurt (Jordan) Holderle, and Carly Holderle.  She was also a great-grandmother to 6; Timothy and Thomas Holderle; Caden, Cora and Clarke Myers; and Ezekiel Holderle.  She was a sought-after executive secretary during her 40+ year career.  She was a wonderful writer and illustrator in her spare time.  She loved throwing parties for her grandchildren and desired to travel.  She was a loving wife, mother and grandmother.  She was a fiercely loyal friend and could be counted on.  She will be missed greatly by all that knew her.  Per Sandee’s wishes, there will be no services.  If you would like to make a memorial in her name, donations to PAIGE Foundation (paigefoundation.com) or The American Heart Association (heart.org) are appreciated.


6 thoughts on “Holderle, Sandra Lou”

  1. My sister-
    I will miss our emails, and discussions about our life. I wished we would have been able to visit one another in person. I am glad to have been your sister, and wish a speedy trip to the Lord. Love, Vivian Amick.

  2. We have comfort in the knowledge that our dear sister left behind a great legacy of life in her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was an artist, writer and painter. Mother kept her poems of love close by, many were framed and she was so proud of her works. Mom looked forward to Sandee’s visits and they loved to go shopping together. Sandee was a true animal lover and she cared deeply for her pets. She will be truly missed and I celebrate her life. My thoughts and prayers go out to our family across the miles. Rest easy, dear sister.

  3. As a friend from high school, and more recently on Facebook, I am sad at this news, but happy for so long and happy a life.

  4. Sandra will be missed those of us at CORP that drove her to various doctor appointments. I last drove her on May 11th to her doctors appointment.

  5. Sandy was a wonderful friend and neighbor. She was a beautiful person. We shared cookies at Christmas time. I miss her. She always had a smile.


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