Sandra K. Redd December 30, 1946 – April 9, 2013

Sandra K. Redd

Sandra K. Redd

Sandra K. Redd of Sheridan, WY, age 66, died peacefully and went to be with her Lord April 9th 2013 at the Billings Clinic surrounded by her family. Sandra was born December 30th 1946 in Fruita, Colorado to Jack and Edith (Brenneman) Murphy. She was the sibling to two sisters and one brother. She attended schools in Fruita and Denver Colorado. She married David L. Redd on September 14th, 1963. This year they would have celebrated 50 wonderful years together. She had the hardest job devoting her life to raising her two children. Her grandchildren were her “little blessings” and nothing made her happier than spending time with them. She fulfilled one of her biggest dreams taking all of her grandchildren to Disney World to ride Splash Mountain in 2008. She experienced different parts of the world on her many family vacations. One of her favorite things about living in Wyoming was all the opportunities to view wildlife and go on picnics. In addition to her husband David, she is survived by her daughter Tracie Stratton and her husband Jason of Casper, her son Justin and his wife Angie of Casper. She had five beautiful grandchildren who meant the world to her: Courtney and Corbin Stratton, Sadie, Breeann, and David J. Redd; brother Jack Murphy; sister Linda Lunsford; numerous nieces, nephews, and several close friends that were known to her as family. She was preceded in death by her parents and a sister. Memorial services will 11:00am on Tuesday (April 16th) from Champion Ferries Funeral Home with the Rev. Tim Tromble officiating. Arrangements are with Champion Ferries Funeral Home. Memorials in memory of Sandra Redd may benefit Billings Clinic Foundation “Dialysis”, P.O. Box 31031, Billings, Montana 59107.

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