Sandra Elaine Terrell
Sandra Elaine Terrell, 80, of Park Hill, OK passed Thursday, September 5, 2019.
She was born to the late Richard and Florence Pappe, September 25, 1938, in Kingfisher, OK. She married Harley L Terrell December 30, 1971, and resided in Park Hill, OK.
Sandra worked as a secretary at Northeastern State University and Optometry until she retired. In later years she worked for the Cherokee County Election Board.
Sandra was an active member of the Cherokee County Republican Women and a volunteer for the Tahlequah Hospital Auxiliary. Sandra was recognized by the Oklahoma Hospital Auxiliary State Board and received the 2018 Spirit Award for her volunteer work at Remarkables.
Sandra was preceded in death by husband Harley L Terrell, son Terry Lee Sedwick, and grandson Thomas James Sedwick.
Sandra is survived by Six Children: Linda Guyot (Larry); William Dean Terrell (Teresa); Penny Michelle Buckley; Richard Everett Sedwick (DeAnne); Allen Wayne Sedwick (Marcy); and Benjamin Allen Terrell (Sharon). Fourteen Grandchildren: Serena Olive (Lucas); Lauren Ray (Dominic); Chelsea Colombari (Gino); Chandra James; Brandy Patterson; Rebecca Laney; Richard Sedwick, Jr (Brandy); Jeremy Jackson; Jessica Robinson (Mikee); Jorjan Jackson; Allen Sedwick, Jr; Katrina Sedwick; Bailey Terrell; and DeLainie Terrell. Twenty-Two Great & Great-Great Grandchildren: Clara Olive; Penelope Ray; Gabrial Colombari; Natalie Colombari; Michaela Mose; Michael Mose; Gunner Laney; Brooke Stewart; Adrian Sedwick; Alexia Jackson; Emory Jackson; Jace Jackson; Emily Pilon; Mariah Pilon; Timothy Pilon; Joshua Panknin; Hayden Brummett; Dylan Scott; Zane Scott; Audrey Anne Scott.
In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting that donations be made to the American Cancer Society.
Published on September 6, 2019

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