Sandra L. Redfern

February 13, 1958 – October 10, 2017

 

RedfernSandra L. Redfern, age 59 of Dundee, MI, passed away unexpectedly Tuesday afternoon in the Intensive Care Unit at ProMedica Toledo Hospital.

Family and friends may visit from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday at Rupp Funeral Home where services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday. Rev. Jennifer Kiefer, Pastor of St. John Lutheran Church in Dundee will officiate. Burial will follow at Michigan Memorial Park Cemetery, Flat Rock, MI.

Born February 13, 1958 in Wyandotte, MI, she was the daughter of the late Lee and Cinderella (Adkins) Towry. She was a 1976 graduate of Dundee High School and married William L. Redfern on October 29, 2005 at St. John Lutheran Church, Dundee.

Sandy was employed by H&N Manufacturing for approximately ten years and was currently employed by Clean Tech, both of Dundee. She was a member of Dundee Senior Citizens and enjoyed reading, fishing, bird watching, playing with her grandchildren, and photographing family members and nature.

Sandy is survived by her husband Bill of Dundee; four children: Mark (Angela) Funchion of Monroe, Nichole (Jason) Wolf of Louisville, KY, Trevor (Jessica) Funchion of Tecumseh, and Eric Funchion of Dundee; two step-children, Steven (Laurie) Redfern of Maybee and Scott Redfern of Tecumseh; two sisters, Donna (Ken) Chambers of Monroe and Christine (Bill) Rose of Lake Mary, FL; six grandchildren: Brandon Krueger, Brittanni Wolf, Alivia Funchion, Wyatt Funchion, William Redfern, and Patrick Redfern.

In addition to her parents, Sandy was also preceded in death by a son, William Funchion; brother, Robert Towry; sister, Zella Wash; and step-mother, Sue Towry.

Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Online condolences to the family can be sent through www.ruppfuneralhomeinc.com. 

 

4 Responses to Sandra L. Redfern

  • Victoria Dean says:

    My deepest condolences to the family. what a shock to hear that sandy had passed away. I had never met sandy, but felt like I knew her a little bit through stories told by her sister, Chris, who is my best friend. May the Lord bless and comfort the family.

  • Jill Delgado says:

    Many prayers lifted for the family. I did not know Sandra personally but knew some of the family. Our heartfelt condolences to all…

  • Lana Seaman says:

    She was the sweetest lady to work with. She like to get into Mischief once in a while at work. I used to work with her at cleantech. I and everyone else at cleantech will never forget her and will be missed.

  • Charlotte Gonta says:

    I worked with sandy for the last 15 yrs. She was a wonderful person who loved to have fun and get into harmless mischief. She was a hard and devoted worker and friend. She had a big heart and was a very humble person. You could confide in her and she was honest. She is loved by many and missed by all. Rest in piece my friend.

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