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Sandra Kay "Sandy" Henson

Lewis & Gillum Funeral Homes, Inc.

28 Harding Avenue

Jackson, Ohio 45640

Phone: (740)286-2010

Fax: (740)286-5640

Sandra Kay “Sandy” Henson, a loving wife and devoted mother, died on March 7th, 2021.She was born on October 25th, 1945.

Sandy enjoyed many passions: fishing, camping, and front porch sitting with her family by her side, singing for her Lord and Savior, and spreading His word to anyone who would listen. She often reminded people that “they too, had a friend in Jesus.” She was the perfect mix of sweet and sassy, with a sense of humor in which could quickly turn laughter into tears, and she loved like no other. She was known as the “rock of the family”; loving and supporting each family member or friend, uniquely. “With your kind eyes, you seen each of us for who we really are; and with your caring heart, you loved us, unconditionally.” Sandy is survived by her children: Trudie Brady-Brown, Robert (Shannon) Brady, Melissa (Tom) Goheen, Richard (Stacey) Jones, Angie (Jason) Jones; Rhonda (Lynn) Fox, Christiane (Pete) Barr, and Charity Henson; special daughter, Crystal Jones; 12 grandchildren: Tiffany (Truman) Brady, Jon (Celina) Ferris, Ryan (Brandi) Baisden, Felicia Brady, Tonya (Lydia) Baisden, Josh (Sheydean) Ferris, Bobby(Cassie) Brady, Ashley (Kane) Baisden, Nathen (Jasmine) Baisden, Justin (Haruna) Brown, Dakota (Jasmine) Duhl, and Dalton Henson; 27 great-grandchildren; her sister, Linda (Bill) Delong; along with many other beloved family members, friends, and brothers and sisters through Christ. She was preceded in death by her husbands, Ronald Henson and Butch Sexton; her father, David Shover; her mother, Gertrude Drake; her brother, David Shover; her sister, Patty Shover; and daughters-in-law, Shannon Brady and Stacey Hughes.

Calling hours will be held on Thursday, March 11th, 2021 from 4-8PM at the Lewis & Gillum Funeral Home of Jackson. Funeral services will be held on Friday, March 12th, 2021 at 1PM at the funeral home. Burial will follow at Salem Cemetery. Per CDC and governor guidelines, everyone is to wear a mask and practice proper social distancing. Online condolences may be sent to


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