Sandra G. Horn

Sandra G. Horn

She loved you a bushel and a peck. The sound of Sandra’s singing voice not only brought a smile to your face but would warm your heart as well. She always had a love of music, as well as swimming at the beach. Her smile could brighten any room and her kindness is unmatched. This was shown in her 30 years of working as a nurse’s aide at the Masonic Home. Outside of work, you could often find her lost in a book or crocheting a masterpiece for her loved ones. On September 6th at the age of 81, she joined her beloved husband Edward J. Horn of Browns Mills, NJ. She is survived by her four children; Gail(Dan) Beach, Richard(Dana) Alley, Sherry(Bill) Rice, John(Stacey) Alley, twelve grandchildren, a sister; Roberta Horn, nieces, and nephews; Loretta(Bob) Atkinson family, Donna(Alan) Smekal, Norman Horn, Tracey Cox family, Lynne Bell family, Robert Gauntt family. Sandra is predeceased by her mother Vera Dills, father Thomas Cloak, and sister Beaulah Blas.
Come celebrate her life Wednesday 11am-noon at Sweeney Funeral Home, 478 Cooper Street, Beverly where there will be a noon service. Interment Oddfellows Cemetery, Burlington.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Burlington County Animal Shelter or Deborah Heart and Lung


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