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Sandra L. (Hepler) Stormer

Born: Mon., Nov. 29, 1943
Died: Wed., May 3, 2017


Memorial Service

4:00 PM Sun., Jun. 25, 2017
Location: Expressway Baptist Church


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Sandra L. Stormer, 73, of South Buffalo Township, passed away Wednesday, May 3, peacefully, at her home. Sandi was born in Natrona Heights on Nov. 29, 1943. She was the daughter of the late C. Marie (Claypool) and L.L. Hepler. Sandi had worked for more than 50 years as a hairdresser, working at various shops in the area and at her home for her friends and family. She had also worked for many years at the Yard-n-Darn store in Natrona Heights. She attended Allegheny Valley Baptist Church in Natrona Heights. Sandi enjoyed painting, craftwork, hunting with her husband, working in her flower garden, riding around the neighborhood in her golf cart and spending time with her family. Sandi is survived by her husband of 55 years, William G. Stormer; her son and daughter-in-law, David and Sherri Stormer, of Shaler; and her daughter and son-in-law, Kelli and Eric Brader, of Sewickley. She is also survived by grandson Brandon Wray and her granddaughter, Tricia Stormer. She was preceded in death by her three sisters, Edith Wagner, Georgia Kuhn and Beatrice Kepple; and a brother, Ronald R. Toy. At Sandi's request, a private family visitation and funeral service were held. She will be buried at McVille Union Cemetery in South Buffalo Township. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Orphans of the Storm, 11878 Pennsylvania 85, Kittanning, PA 16201; or to Alzheimer's Association, 1100 Liberty Ave., Suite E-201 Pittsburgh, PA 15222. To send a condolence, visit www.redmondfuneralhomeinc.com.

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Carol Cyphert
   Posted Thu May 04, 2017
Please accept my deepest sympathy at Sandy's death. I've known her many years
through Yarn and Darn, and became reacquainted with her through painting with Grace Fatchet. Sandy had a wonderful sense of humor and I always enjoyed my time with her. I am so very sorry for your loss.

Carole & Elmer Christy
   Posted Fri May 05, 2017
Please except our sympathy to You and the Family. Always enjoyed chit chatting with Sandy. She was such a pleasant person.

Daina and Stan Morrow
   Posted Sun May 07, 2017
Dear Kelli and family,
You mom ,an angel in disguise , will always close by, to watch over you and to now pick you up when you hurting! Just look up in to the clouds and talk to her, it really does help!
With love and hugs,
Daina and Stan

Darlene Smith
   Posted Fri June 23, 2017
To the Stormer Family. A loss too young, of such a lovely and fun Lady. I met Sandi at Yarn 'n Darn when I worked there in the early 80's.
And then she became one of us. Sandi always had a beautiful smile and super attitude. Very crafty and had
a lot of her own ideas to share with all of us. Daughter, Kelli was an adorable little girl when we first met.
I will never forget Sandy nor her smile!

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