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Sandra Sue (Barnett) Haught

Born: Wed., Aug. 11, 1943
Died: Sat., Sep. 12, 2020


At the family's request there will be no public visitation and burial will be private


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Sandra Sue (Barnett) Haught, of Freeport, passed away after a long battle with dementia Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020. Sandy was born Aug. 11, 1943, daughter of the late Frank J. and Mary E. Barnett. She was the wife of Wayne G. Haught, who passed away in 2008. A wife, a mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend, Sandy had a heart for others. She loved working with children, from baby-sitting, to working with special needs children at the children's home, a Girl Scout leader, and eventually working as a teacher's aide in the local school districts. She loved art, bulletin boards, Halloween costumes, and crafts. Sandy was always up for a road trip, a nature walk, a dance party, or a field trip to whatever was next on the map. She loved bowling and pool league. She spent many years working with Freeport VFW and Freeport Eagles, where she made lifelong friends. She loved spending time at camp, hunting with the guys, watching the wildlife, taking all the kids on nature walks and riding her four-wheeler. She loved going out fishing on the boat with family. She loved to dance and she loved to take walks on the farm. She leaves a lot of wonderful memories for so many to look back and smile about! Sandy is survived by her daughter, Bonnie (Bill) Cousins, of Vandergrift; her sons, David (Sally) Haught, of Jonestown, and Darrell (Kathy) Haught, of East Vandergrift. She is also survived by 19 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and several grandpups. Sandy touched many lives and her memory will live on in her family. Due to the covid status, there will be no public visitation or service. If you would like to make any type of donation in Sandy's name, anyone who knew her knows her love of animals, big and small. Consider local animal shelters or wildlife rescue rehab centers. She would love that! Sandy never met a critter she didn't love. www.humaneanimalrescue.org.

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Shari stull
   Posted Sun September 13, 2020
Bonnie, so very sorry for the loss of you Mom. God Bless, Shari Stull

Linnea Smith
   Posted Sun September 13, 2020
Bonnie....I’m so sorry about the loss of your mom.

Linnea (Wagner) Smith

Al and Norma Musloe
   Posted Mon September 14, 2020
Heartfelt Sympathy and Prayers to you all. Sandy was always a wonderful person and friend. Many great memories of her.

Helen James
   Posted Mon September 14, 2020
My deepest sympathy and prayers go to you all. Sandy was a wonderful lady and a dear friend for many years. I knew her a very long time but lost touch. No kinder person walked this earth.

Barbara Atchison Allison
   Posted Tue September 15, 2020
Sandy was a member of Freeport High School, class of 1961. We sat together at the 50th reunion dinner. She and Wayne helped my father, Ralph, clean out the Freeport Journal office many years ago. Later she gave me some historic material from the Journal. She was a loving and wonderful person.
Barbra

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