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Obituary for Sandra Lane McGrew

Sandra Lane McGrew , age 81, passed away in Snyder on Wednesday, August 17th, 2022.

A Reunion of Family and Friends will be on December 15th, 2022 at noon at Colonial Hill Baptist Church Family Life Center. Arrangements are under the direction of Miller Family Funeral Home.

Mrs. McGrew was born on December 15th, 1940 in Sweetwater, Texas to Lane Henry and Ima Irene (Rogers) Hardy. She was a 1959 graduate of Snyder High School and a member of First Baptist Church in Snyder. She never worked until she was nearly 50 years old. She oversaw what was going on with her children and was involved in her children's upbringing. She traveled the world, her life took her overseas to raise a family in Bahrain, Dubai, Teheran, Iran and Stavanger, Norway. She has been around the world two and a half times. Even though she traveled her love was for her Snyder community and the Snyder Tigers. She also enjoyed gardening, bowling, cooking, baking and sewing. She was a Bus Driver for the Snyder I.S.D. for 20+ years and a Bus Driver for 4 years in Spring, TX. She was a small town girl, who lived amongst the world and then returned back to her roots. Returning back with her love for her family, community and her bus kids. ONCE A TIGER, ALWAYS A TIGER!

She is survived by
Daughter, Terri McGrew of Amarillo, TX;
Daughter, Pamela McGrew of Snyder, TX;
Son, Mark McGrew and wife Theresa of Waldo, AR;
Daughter, Kari McGrew of Snyder, TX;
13 Grandchildren, Lane McNeese and wife Heather of Amarillo, TX, Bryant Cope and wife Tera of Farmington, NM, Kali Cope of Snyder, TX, Seth McGrew of San Angelo, TX, Keely Bartels of Elwood, IN, Michelle Wilson and husband Brad of Lewisville, AR, Macey Force and husband Justin of Magnolia, AR, Melanie Martin of Magnolia, AR, Colton Martin of Overland Park, KS, Matthew McGrew of Moore Park, CA,
Evan McGrew of Addison, TX, Athan Sherman of Aubrey, TX, and Addsyn Roberge of Snyder, TX;
13 Great Grandchildren;
Father of her children, Mickey "Tank" McGrew and wife Marla of Forney, TX;
Sister-in-law, Collette Hardy of Abilene, TX;
Niece, Debbie Hardy of Snyder, TX
and Nephew, Steve Hardy and wife Elizabeth of Summerville, SC.

She was preceded in death by Parents, Lane Henry and Ima Irene (Rogers) Hardy and Brother, Jimmy Don Hardy.

The family would like to express their deepest gratitude to Goodlife Senior Living and Memory Care and Cogdell Hospice, for their love and compassion shown in her final days.

Family ask that memorials be made to the Alzheimer's Association, 225 N. Michigan Ave. Fl.17, Chicago, IL 60601, (800) 272-3900

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