Saundra Kay Shaner

Born August 24, 1939 in Tyron, Pennsylvania.
Departed on November 7, 2020 in Melbourne, Florida

Saundra Kay Shaner, 81, of Melbourne, passed November 7, 2020. She was born August 24, 1939 to Leonard and Mary Jane Hardy in Tyron, Pennsylvania.
Her family includes her husband David Boyd Shaner; daughter Melony A. Woomer, son Donald Woomer, daughter Cynthia Muri, sons Robert Woomer, Ralph Nicewonger, Brad Nicewonger, daughter Heather Gaucher; brothers Leonard Hardy, Terry Hardy; sisters Stella Jane Rogers, Kathy Hardy; many grandchildren and several great grandchildren.

Saundra was a respiratory therapist and supervisor at Altoona Hospital in Pennsylvania. She enjoyed Spruce Creek, Pennsylvania; hunting and fishing as well as spending time with her family and cooking.

No service is planned. Please consider donations in her memory to the ASPCA.

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David B Shaner (Sgt Honey) from Palm Bay wrote on November 10, 2020:
I look for the time that we are together again. I love you with all my heart and soul.
Claudia from Palm Bay wrote on November 10, 2020:
You are all in my heart and prayers I love you
Stephnie Barnett wrote on November 10, 2020:
I have to confess. When we were kids, I was scared of Sandy. That’s because Heather and I were always up to something, and I swear she could take one look at us and know. She’d ask us how church was, and that look on her face told me she knew we were running around the golf course instead of saying our prayers. She never yelled at us or anything, but boy oh boy could she give me that look! She always welcomed me into her house to hang out for a few hours or spend the night. She never said no, even though she knew we’d sneak watching Showtime After Dark when we were only 13 or 14. I loved having dinner at her house and for some reason her mashed potatoes were my favorite. I think I stopped seeing her as a scary mom when Heather had Davin and then Brenna. Anyone could see how much she loved her babies. She’d never want to put them down and loved to hug and kiss on them. That’s one thing I will always remember about her, how much she loved her family. I’m glad she was part of my extended family.
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