Sandra Gail Hensley

Born: 09/07/1946 Passed:

Sandra Gail Hensley went home to the Lord on May 27th, 2021 due to complications of Covid-19. She was 76 years old and born in Ethel, West Virginia in 1946 but resided most of her life in Stow, Ohio with her husband. She had a very caring soul and took pride in her work. For 35 years she took care of the elderly, and she loved her residents. During her free time, she enjoyed making sure anyone working at a secondhand store had job security; she loved finding treasures. She enjoyed her family and friends most of all. The love of her life and soulmate was her husband, Don Hensley.

Sandra is and was loved by her brothers, Gene and Gary Handy; sister and best friend, Peggy (Earl) Gibson; nephew, Joe Buck; niece, Mary Buck; children, Guy (Darlena) Hensley, Tim (Elaine) Hensley, and Dawnella (Korey) Norris; grandkids, Travis, Troy, Dawn, Kaitlyn, TJ, Haven, Kai, and Christian. Some are already in heaven with her, others she will see again someday.

The memory of a good person is a blessing – Proverbs 10:7

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2 Tributes to Sandra Gail Hensley

  1. Jenn Mocny says:

    I’m so very sorry to learn of Sandy’s passing. Because of covid we hadn’t seen each other as much as before.We worked together on night shift many years ago and formed a special friendship that I hold dear to my heart❤ I would always help Sandy put in her requests for pto time off and meet for breakfast, but also cherish the times we went to Hard Rock Casino-(now MGM) we had such a great time!! My heart aches for missing you Sandy!! Heartfelt condolences to her family, she was very proud of all of you and talked about you all, always when we’d meet, Rest sweetly my dear Angel friend!!
    (I’m sorry I didn’t know of Sandy’s passing when I left a message to her on her phone in early June)

  2. Gary Handy says:

    I will miss my sister Gail. I wish I could have seen her this past year. She was so sweet and caring. Love You Sis.

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