Sandra Elaine Tasewych (3 May 1956 - 17 Oct 2019)

Funeral Service

Location
Woodlands Crematorium Birmingham Road Coleshill B46 1DP
Date
22nd Nov 2019
Time
1pm

Funeral Reception

Location
Sedgemere Sport and Social Club - The Spires Suite21-25 sedgemere roadBirminghamB26 2AX
Date
22nd Nov 2019
Time
2pm

In loving memory of Sandra Elaine Tasewych who sadly passed away.

Sandra Elaine Harrison, was born 03/05/1956 in Birmingham to parents Frederick James Harrison and Ethel Beatrice Benfield.

After finishing school, she obtained a few different jobs where she then met and fell in love with the love of her life.

On 26/07/1980 Sandra Elaine Harrison was Joined in holy matrimony with David Nickola Tasewych in the parish of St. Benedict, Small Heath. They were married for 39 wonderful years.

To this union they conceived three gorgeous bouncing boys.

Once the boys were in full time education Sandra decided to go back to work where she started her job at Lloyds pharmacy, there she made some wonderful friends. Sadly, she had to give up her job in 2015 due to illness, but her friends were never far away spoiling her and cheering her up.

Sandra enjoyed many things throughout her life and always loved to socialise, she also enjoyed travelling, but most of all she loved spending time with her family.

Sandra Sadly departed us from this life on 17/10/2019.

She leaves to cherish her memories on: Husband David; Children Luke, Dane & James; their spouses Ashlea, Charlotte, Katie; all 7 wonderful grandchildren; and a host of siblings, nieces/nephews, cousins and friends.

Tina Webb wrote

Beautiful ceremony for a Beautiful lady. God Bless you on your journey. Until we meet again. Xxx

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Gina Blakeman wrote

Such a lovely lady, always had the time to stop for a chat , God bless xx

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Jane Clark wrote

Sandra was one of a kind. A true inspiration. I was lucky enough to work with her and have her as my friend. Funny, kind and caring. I have so many memories and funny stories that I will treasure forever. Greatly Missed. xx

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Belinda Claire Harrison wrote

She was one of the most amazing women I had come to admire, I have so many fantastic memories of feeling at home when I was at Aunt Sandra’s. All I can say is thank you and you will be missed by many.

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Tracy Fletcher wrote

Sandra it has been such a pleasure to have known you and become part of your beautiful family and always made to feel welcome every time we saw you. I promise I’ll take care of your son now as if he was my own live and miss you always xx

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Sue Mccoy wrote

Good night and god bless you sandra xx

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Joan Hatfield wrote

I knew sandra through lloyds. She was one of this worlds lovely caring people and i will miss her. RIP my lovely friend. Xx

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Always up for a challenge!                  Young at heart! Daredevil. xxx

Always up for a challenge! Young at heart! Daredevil. xxx

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Just a big kid at heart!!! xxx

Just a big kid at heart!!! xxx

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Tina Webb wrote

An amazing caring loving lady. And a Brilliant nan to our Grandchildren.
Thankyou for looking after and taking under your wing (our) my daughter Katie whom you treated as your own and I know is distraught at this sad time.
We have had some memorable times together especially on holiday in Greece. The parasailing being towed behind the boat was the most memorable/funny/daring moments which will always stay with me! We were both dangling/hanging on so tight! Both scared of heights!!! Not knowing whether to swear or laugh holding onto each other!
So funny at the time!
You were such a lovely lady and i feel blessed to have known you!
God Bless you! Sleep peacefully. xxx

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Lynsey wrote

The most special person I have ever had the privilege of calling my friend and work colleague you truly are special . Heaven has gained an angel . Gone but never forgotten missed always lots of love x x x

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Linda Westmacott wrote

For my bestie. I miss you from the bottom of my heart. You took a piece of my heart with you. You may be gone but you certainly won't ever be forgotten.
Love you loads Lin xxx

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