Sandra Lee Cosper, age 69 entered the Kingdom of Heaven on Friday, June 26, 2020. She was born on November 13, 1950 in San Antonio, Texas to James and Helen Paxton. She married her husband, Gary “Rusty” Cosper on November 3, 1979.
Sandra deeply loved her family, church family and friends. She had abundant pride and unending love for her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Her greatest joy came from a phone call or video chat from them. Her most treasured earthly possession was her stuffed elephant that said “we love you Sugar” when you squeezed it.
She was a devoted Christian and loved her church and hearing God’s word. She would always express the importance of Salvation through Christ Jesus. She had a smile that would light up the room and a humor she didn’t even realize. She was a kind and lighthearted soul and she will be missed by so very many people, who’s lives she touched over the years.
She was a world traveler, visiting several countries as a military wife, and then in later years she and Rusty enjoyed trips to different towns and states on their Harley motorcycle. She was devoted to God first and then her family, which she adored more than she could say.
Sandra was preceded in death by her parents James and Helen Paxton and her brother Jim Paxton.
Left to cherish and honor her memory is her loving husband of 40 years Rusty; her daughter and bonus son, Denise and Carl Adamick; her daughter and bonus son, Grace and Reggie Maas; her son and bonus daughter Gary and Kayla Cosper. Her precious grandchildren Kaitlyn and Tadd Robins, Wyatt Griffith, Ashlee Newman and Baylee Griffith, and her four beautiful great-grandchildren Sadie Jo, River Ann, Levi Trent and Cooper Wayne, in addition to many other special family members.
Her final request was to have her ashes spread in Montana during a private family ceremony.
In lieu of flowers, donations in her honor can be made to Liberty Baptist Church, PO Box 93, Gatesville, TX 76528
Beautifully and truthfully said!! She was a wonderful person inside and out. A special “mom” to me also.
Much love one of my bonus families!❤️🙏🏻
I loved seeing Sandra at church and witnessing her sweet disposition even though she had physical limitations and ongoing health issues. She was always concerned for other people and never showed her own pain. She loved the Lord and expressed that in her daily interactions with others. She often talked to me about Montana and how she wanted to visit. She was a beautiful lady and prescious friend. God bless the family and know you are all in my prayers. Linda Schultz