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Sandra Wenger

In Loving Memory

Wenger, Sandra L. (nee Clever)

September 17, 1960 - July 27, 2023

Born on September 17, 1960 in St. Louis, Sandy was patient, kind and caring, understanding, and never judgmental.  The most selfless soul anyone knew, always eager to help.  The caretaker of all people.  The brightest light on any day.  The mother anyone could hope for, and the absolute best grandma.  Sandy loved the outdoors, being with her grandkids, and traveling with her sister. Unexpectantly, Sandy was taken away from us on July 27, 2023

Beloved mother of Sarah (Terry) Marshall and Hallie (Matthew) Volz; loving grandmother of Jaxon, Kaylea, Mackenzie, Kaden, and Hudson; adoring daughter of Cliff and Pat Clever; cherished sister of Debbie (Wayne) Nehring and Eric (the late Angela) Clever; dear aunt of Shannon (Brandon) Thomas, Doug and Greg (Mary) Nehring, and Kelly Clever. Preceded in death by her husband Pete. Our dearest great-aunt, cousin, and friend to many.

Memorial visitation at Kutis Affton Chapel 10151 Gravois Rd. 63123 on Saturday, August 5 from 10:00 AM until Memorial Service time at 12:00 PM.


4 thoughts on “Wenger, Sandra L. (nee Clever)”

  1. So many memories to remember. Sandy had many challenges in her life and her soul would meet them with gental kindness and determination.
    I will miss her energy. Good bye sweet lady

  2. I knew Sandy growing up, we went to school together.. it saddens me to read such sadness.. you’re now flying with the angels and with my daughter Lynda Marie.. God bless you girl! You will be missed.. Nancy Lamprecht

  3. I work with Sandra’s sister Deb Nehring. I know that Deb and Sandra had a special relationship. They spent many fun times on adventurous vacations and I am so happy that they were able to take one recently and make some wonderful memories.

  4. Sandy, I will miss you so much! All that you are, and all you brought to my life. I think your obit reflects you perfectly. And what will we all do without your zest, your caring ways and your stories? Who could forget your stories, the animation in your spirit when you told them. Your love of the “characters “ you portrayed as you spoke was obvious, real people you touched in your earthly human experience and the events that ensued. Masterfully you set the stage, wove the plot and shared the story line. There was never a dull moment as you captivated those around you. And you, my lifelong friend, could tell a damn good story. Sister, I will especially miss those you told around the campfires at our favorite place-The homesite. Until we meet again. Watch over us, as you always have.


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