In memory of
Sandra Alker
In memory of
Sandra Alker
Sandra Lee Alker, 72, she saw her savior face to face on May 9, 2020. She was born on July 13, 1947 in Millis, Ma a daughter of the late Arthur S. and Alice (Heustis) McFetridge. Sandy grew up on a farm, losing her mother at 16. She was part of a dance troupe at an early age. She pursued a degree in social work, loved gardening and photography. She played in a cribbage group and was a member of the Sassy Stitchers (Westfield Senior Center). Her hands were always busy knitting, crocheting, cross-stitching or quilting - winning numerous awards in multiple categories at the Big E. She donated mittens, booties and hats to children at Shriner’s Hospital. Every new baby in her church family received a beautiful blanket stitched with love. Sandy was generous and often gave handcrafted gifts. Sandy was an active member of Word of Grace Church, Westfield, MA. She worked at AT&T for 32 years as an operator, chief operator manager, and operator trainer. She is survived by a daughter, Lisa Horn of Louisville, KY; her beloved grandchildren, Adam Gemme Jr. of Leominster, MA, and Devin Gemme of Holyoke, MA, and Briar Horn and Elizabeth Poore of Louisville, KY, and a great grandson, Gaige Gemme of Worcester, MA. She was a friend and confidant to many. She will be missed by all. She is now dancing before her Savior Jesus. All services are private and she will be laid to rest in the Prospect Hill Cemetery, Millis, MA at a later date. To share condolences and more details please visit www.brunellefuneralhome.com .
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In memory of
Sandra Alker
Sandra Lee Alker, 72, she saw her savior face to face on May 9, 2020. She was born on July 13, 1947 in Millis, Ma a daughter of the late Arthur S. and Alice (Heustis) McFetridge. Sandy grew up on a farm, losing her mother at 16. She was part of a dance troupe at an early age. She pursued a degree in social work, loved gardening and photography. She played in a cribbage group and was a member of the Sassy Stitchers (Westfield Senior Center). Her hands were always busy knitting, crocheting, cross-stitching or quilting - winning numerous awards in multiple categories at the Big E. She donated mittens, booties and hats to children at Shriner’s Hospital. Every new baby in her church family received a beautiful blanket stitched with love. Sandy was generous and often gave handcrafted gifts. Sandy was an active member of Word of Grace Church, Westfield, MA. She worked at AT&T for 32 years as an operator, chief operator manager, and operator trainer. She is survived by a daughter, Lisa Horn of Louisville, KY; her beloved grandchildren, Adam Gemme Jr. of Leominster, MA, and Devin Gemme of Holyoke, MA, and Briar Horn and Elizabeth Poore of Louisville, KY, and a great grandson, Gaige Gemme of Worcester, MA. She was a friend and confidant to many. She will be missed by all. She is now dancing before her Savior Jesus. All services are private and she will be laid to rest in the Prospect Hill Cemetery, Millis, MA at a later date. To share condolences and more details please visit www.brunellefuneralhome.com .
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