Sandy Alexander (nee Jones), of Wentzville, Missouri, passed away Wednesday, May 31, 2023, at the age of 58. Loving wife of Brian A. Alexander, CAPT MC USN (Ret); beloved daughter of Bea and Dick Jones; devoted mother of Andrew (Sam) Alexander, Chris Alexander, and Mark Alexander; cherished grandmother of Addie Alexander; and dearest sister of Mark (Tracy) Jones and Susie (Jeff) Ochs.
Sandy met her husband in college at Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, GA. They were married just before Brian joined the Navy and attended medical school. They traveled the world while creating their beautiful family. She was an amazing homemaker and raised three incredible sons. Sandy was very creative and talented, and she made beautiful cards and sent them to everyone. She loved sharing this with others as a demonstrator and host for card making parties.
As a great woman of faith, Sandy made sure Christ was the center of her life, and she was a powerful witness to all who came into her presence. She was always thinking of others and cared for everyone. Sandy was a member of New Creation Presbyterian Church since she moved back to Missouri, where she was very active in the church. She had a beautiful voice and sang, played piano, and led worship often. She enjoyed the women's bible study and attended faithfully. Wherever she could help and show the Lord to others, she was always there.
Sandy loved her family dearly and had a special bond with her granddaughter. They had an amazing relationship and she always looked forward to spending time with her. They would curl up on the couch together and they would read and play games. They made cards together and Sandy loved to show her how to create new cards for friends and family.
Sandy was a beautiful lady with such a great sense of style. She loved to go shopping to enhance her magnificent style. Every day was a wonderful day to get dressed in an amazing outfit. Even through her fight with cancer, she always wanted to looked her best. She hated the term "Losing the battle." Sandy knew she had to do what she needed to do, and she was in God's hands. She became a model of strength for her family and friends. It was her goal to stay with her family long as possible, and now she has won her victory to Glory!
Sandy was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all who knew her. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Sandy's name to Colorectal Cancer Research, Colon Cancer Coalition Tribute for Sandy, Covenant College in Georgia.