Sandra Jean Benge

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Sandra Jean Benge, 65, passed from this life on June 6th, 2020 after a hard fought battle with cancer. She was born on Oct 31, 1954 in Emmitt, CA to Jim and Naomi (Dean) Nunnery. She was a graduate of Pocola High School and went on to serve her country in the US Air Force where she worked in the medical field. After moving to Sallisaw she began working at the Sallisaw Hospital where she worked for 17 years doing a variety of jobs. She always prided herself in providing the care each patient needed, and was never afraid to go beyond to help her patients. Sandy is survived by her husband, Jim of the home; stepdaughter, Tami Benge; granddaughter, Kiersten; sisters, Sharon Chyma of Keota, Karen and her husband Eddie Beltran of Bixby; and brother, Carl Nunnery of Missouri. She is preced in death by her daughter, Tina; her mother and father; and one brother, Bobby Nunnery of Van Buren, AR. God said her work on earth is done and took her home. Anyone who knew Sandy was blessed because that is the way she treated all of us. Thank you Lord for the time we got to spend with her. She is and will be greatly missed.Private family services are planned at a later date. Arrangements are under the direction of Forever Memories Funeral Service, Sallisaw, Ok.

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  1. Dee McDonald Hardesty
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  3. Terry Qualls

    Sorry to hear this prayers for the family

  4. Rhonda James

    Jim, I am so sorry to hear! You and family are in my thoughts and prayers for comfort and understanding. Love you, Rhonda Gale

  5. Sandra Caughman

    She was my best friend for many years. I will miss her smile. We liked to cut up. rest in peace sandy. I will always love you.

  6. Bunnie

    Jim, Sandy was an angel on earth, she was my go to person as well as my neighbor, I hate to hear about your loss, but rest in knowing, she is watching over you and puggles from heaven where there is no sickness, 4q5cw9

  7. Ginger Glover

    So sorry to hear about your loss. Sandy was a wonderful person.

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