Sandra Toney Zauner

September 29, 1955 - January 9, 2018
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Sandra Toney Zauner was born Sandra Leffel Toney to James William Warren and Virginia Simms Toney in High Point, North Carolina on September 29, 1955. Shortly after the birth of Sandy and her twin sister Nancy, the family moved to Ridgewood, NJ where she graduated from Ridgewood High School. After working in banking for aContinue Reading

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Liz Patterson RN left a message on January 18, 2018:
Such a kind loving person. Sandy you will be missed.
Brenda Thomas left a message on January 15, 2018:
My heart goes out to you and your family. I’ll always remember the Thanksgiving we shared with you in your home along with other friends back in 2000. Sandy will be missed.❤️
Keith & Sandy Gallagher left a message on January 14, 2018:
Mike & Family, it is with a heavy heart we convey our condolences on the loss of Sandy. I remember you and Sandy in Texas that summer y'all met and saw the love and joy you both shared for one another. It was great that this love resulted marriage and two great sons. Knowing that she is no longer in pain and now in heaven with our Lord comforts us even as the tears roll down our face. Let me know if we can be of any service or assistance.
Nancy Tanchak left a message on January 14, 2018:
Dear Mike, Mike Jr. and James William, my deepest sympathy goes out to you at this time at the loss of your beloved wife and dedicated, loving mother. Sandy, my twin, better known as "Bunkie" was gifted in school, sports and music. She was a sensitive, giving and caring person, especially to me. My heartfelt love and prayers are with you, as we have lost one great human being. I know she is at rest with the Lord in peace. We are all so sorry she had to battle her horrible illness. She did so gallantly, while serving the Lord, family and others. A friend to all. You have my sympathy and blessings.
Beth Pressley left a message on January 14, 2018:
God bless you, Zauner men, as you make your way without your precious wife and mother. We had lots of fun times at Murfee and in Cub Scouts. Sandy was an inspiration to all on how to be a loving, caring, giving person. I'm so glad I had the honor and pleasure of knowing her and your whole family. God bless you with peace and loving memories.
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Ken Cartwright left a message on January 13, 2018:
Mike and Family, my heart goes out to you at the loss of your wife, mother, sister, loved one and friend. The Bible says in Revelation 14 that she now rests from her labors but that her works do follow her. Her works of love, kind words, loyalty, service, strength and courage, and devotion to those she loved and served while living do follow her here and will be rewarded greatly on that day when Christ returns to gather His children home. The Bible says that will happen: at His coming. In I Corinthians 15, Paul by inspiration writes: 20 But now is Christ risen from the dead, and become the firstfruits of them that slept. 21 For since by man came death, by man came also the resurrection of the dead. 22 For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive. 23 But every man in his own order: Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ's at his coming. 24 Then cometh the end....And surely that coming and that day hastens on greatly so that we echo the Apostle John in saying: Even so, come LORD Jesus, come! May the LORD Himself comfort, bless, and guide you all toward that great day of rejoicing and reunion with Sandy and with all those who love and worship the LORD! Until then, may you all keep up the faith as you prepare to meet the LORD in peace and be reunited with your precious loved one who now rests in Jesus. My heart and prayers are with you all. God bless you at this time. Ken
Tracy Autry, R.N. left a message on January 12, 2018:
I will miss her, terribly. You're all in my thoughts. Thank you for letting me be a part of her journey....
Charles P Toney left a message on January 12, 2018:
Mike, Mike Junior, and Bill,It is with great sadness that I write you following the loss of your wife and mother as she was my baby sister long before that. When our mother was so ill in High Point and was unable to take care of her twins, at age seven, I learned how to change diapers, bathe, make formula, and feed Sandy and her sister, Nancy. I could easily tell them apart as they, to me, were so different.Sandy was special, gifted in so many ways, and her path toward nursing came from a genuine desire to help others. She touched the lives of many in her few short years here on Earth.Her pain and suffering has ceased. She is united with her Heavenly Father, her older brother and sister, her parents and grandparents. She will be missed.Chuck
Lake Ridge Chapel & Memorial Designers left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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