Sandra Jean Oliver
09/30/2021

Our beloved mother Sandra Jean Oliver passed away on September 30, 2021. She was born May 17, 1956, in Los Angeles to John Howard Eldridge and Augustine Brown.

Sandra grew up in Duarte, California. She married Kenneth Oliver in 1976 and they were married for 45 years. They had four children, Kenneth John Oliver of Las Vegas, Jason Oliver of Herriman, Melanie Mathews of Provo, and Joshua Oliver of La Verkin.

She was also the grandmother of seven grandchildren. She loved her family above all else and enjoyed shopping and yard selling. She loved to help others and enjoyed giving gifts.

There will be a viewing on October 7, 2021, 9:30 am – 10:30 am at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, La Verkin 3rd Ward, 70 S. 300 West, La Verkin, Utah.

The funeral service will be held on October 7, 2021, at 11:00 am at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, La Verkin 3rd Ward Chapel, 70 S. 300 West, La Verkin, Utah.

Interment will be on October 7, 2021, following the funeral service in the Hurricane City Cemetery, 225 E. 600 North, Hurricane, Utah.

Arrangements are made under the direction of Spilsbury Mortuary, 110 S Bluff Street, St. George, Utah. 435-673-2454. Family and friends are invited to sign Sandra’s online guest book at www.spilsburymortuary.com.

Services

Visitation

9:30 an – 10:30 am
10/07/2021

Second Visitation

Services

11:00 am
10/07/2021

Address

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
La Verkin 3rd Ward
70 S. 300 West
La Verkin, Utah

Cemetery

12:00 pm
10/07/2021
Hurricane City Cemetery
225 E. 600 North
Hurricane, Utah

Guest Book

9 Responses

  1. ❤ You all are in our hearts and prayers. Take comfort in the fact that families are forever!!! We love you all so much! ❤ John and Diane

  2. Dear Sandra, I am so grateful that I got to know and love you as a member of the Coral Canyon Third Ward. It has been so difficult for all of us to get to know each other with Covid-19 raging and forever changing our lives. You managed to get around that in a very fun way. You sent cards for Halloween, and Valentines, and even the 4th of July. I always loved receiving those. And I also remember our long talks, pre-pandemic, regarding our similar, and different health problems. It’s always fun to talk to someone who knows what you are talking about.
    I loved how you loved your grandchildren and how fun it was to hear about what they were up to. Thank you for being my friend. The Lord knows the goodness of your heart, and so do I. Love, Hugh and Sharon Yancey

  3. I am very sorry for your loss . I can remember when we were neighbors in St. George. We had some fun times. Your family is in our prayers.

  4. Sandy was a special lady love for everyone and full of kindness I am glad we were friends you will be missed

  5. We are going to miss our sweet cousin. She always had a heart of gold – so caring and loving towards others, especially her family and friends. We will always treasure our times with her and the good memories of some fun holidays and trips to each other’s homes. One Christmas with our families together was fun. She loved to give gifts and we had a blast spoiling all our kids together and watching the wrapping paper pile high in our living room. We enjoyed long conversations over the phone always catching up on family news, concerns and reminiscing about good times. She was a good listener and more thoughtful of others than herself. Very courageous! Love forever! Marshall and Cindy

  6. I am grateful for Kenny, the kids and grandkids and the joy, comfort, care and love you surrounded Sandy with. You all are her most loved treasures. Growing up down the street just a few houses from my two cousins was a gift in my life. Through childhood obstacles and challenges Sandy’s smile was a encouragement in my life. The gift that I received from my dear cousin that always overflowed in my life was her kindness. Never a harsh or mean word towards her goofy cousin down the street. We made mud pies together as children and snuck pomegranates. In my teen years where self confidence was not a strength, it was Sandy’s kindness and encouragement that help me through some challenging times. I am grateful for my dear cousin Sandy, I will miss her. To honor her life, I hope to give away the kindness she gave me. I am sure you have a very special assignment while hanging out with the angels. We love you…. Marshall & Cindy

  7. OUR LOVE AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOUR DEAR FAMILY. YOU WERE SO WONDERFUL TO OUR ANGIE . WE LOVE KENNY AND PRAY FOR COMFORT. LOVE CREG AND MARILYN NORTON

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