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Sandra K. CareyCarey

July 17, 1942 – June 30, 2017


Sandra K. Carey 74 of Erie passed away Friday at Hospice of Northwest Ohio, Toledo surround by her family.

In accordance with her wishes cremation has taken place. Memorial services will be held in the fall of the year. Sandra’s favorite time of the year.

Born July 17, 1942 in Monroe, she was the daughter of Ralph H. and Lucille H (Shinevare) Yenor. She married Caldoyan Carey on November 8, 1966 in California. He preceded her in death on November 1, 2006.

Sandra was a loving homemaker and also worked as a physical therapist aide.

She attended Monroe Public Schools, and was a member of the James E. Yenor American Legion Post 193 named after her brother. Sandra was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary and the Senior Center in Luna Pier.

Sandra cherished time spent with her family especially grandchildren and great-grandchildren. she loved trips to the casino and playing bingo. She also enjoyed the Cinco de Mayo restaurant on Alexis Road in Toledo for their strawberry margaritas.

Surviving are her daughters Charlene L. Mitchell of Deland, Florida and Robin R. Bitz of Toledo; grandchildren Justin L. Mitchell, Sarah K. Clouse, Chad J. West, Krissy N. Clouse, Jessica L. Mitchell,Tyler M. Bitz and Corey W. Bitz; six great-grandchildren and her sister Jacqueline (Art) Cousino of Monroe.

Sandra was preceded in death by her parents; husband; daughter Bonnie J. Clouse; brothers James E. Yenor, Bill Yenor and Kenny Yenor; sisters Alma Eighmey, Betty Jane Hites, Pat Fisher, Lila Mae Luft and Bette Lynn Daniels.

Memorials may be made to the Monroe County Humane Society or the Cherry Street Mission to feed the homeless.

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One Response to Sandra K. Carey

  • Kevin Daniels says:

    I Loved Aunt Sandy…She was always loving and caring to me.. She also took my Mother in as a sister, as did Aunt Jackie, Uncle Ralph, Uncle Denny, Aunt Charlotte and the whole Family, which I’ll Always be grateful for and will Never Forget. Aunt Sandy and I reconnected recently and I am Very Thankful for that, Aunt Sandy and Aunt Jackie are the closest thing to my Mother that I will Ever Mother Loved both of them Very Much. After talking to Aunt Sandy on the phone recently, after we hung up I thought and wished I would have made that call sooner and more often and I planned to stay in touch with her. I knew She Loved me just by the way she spoke to me, I get that feeling from All Of my Mother’s Family. I am So Sorry for Robin and her Sons, Charlene and Her Children, Aunt Jackie and Her Children and Grandchildren, Uncle Ralph and Robbie and Everyone who Loves Her. I Love You All, Kevin Daniels, Children and Grandchildren ❤️.

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