Sandra “Sandy” Lea Waggle

Sandra “Sandy” Lea Waggle

December 17, 1946 – October 29, 2021

Sandy Waggle (Moen) passed away on October 29 from complications in her battle with leukemia. Sandy was born in Waterford, CA to Samuel and Rubye Jones. She attended and graduated from Oakdale High School and Modesto Junior College. She married Tommy Moen (deceased) and had 4 children. After moving several times, she settled and lived in Modesto most of her adult life.

Sandy worked as an administrative assistant at Professional Billing and Management Services in Modesto for 24 years where she cultivated many special relationships. Prior, Sandy was a stay-at-home mom until she returned to work as a director at First Baptist Church (Crosspoint) when her youngest was of school age. On October 14, 2000, she married the love of her life, Stephen Waggle. They enjoyed 24 beautiful years together.

Sandy was an amazing chef, over the years she catered many parties and weddings for friends and family.  She baked the biggest, most delicious cookies in town. At Crosspoint, she was involved in the preschool ministry and mentored members in the community. She loved vacationing every year and hosting parties in her beautiful backyard garden. She lived her life with grace, loved deeply, and served others selflessly. Anyone who knew Sandy was touched by her kindness, tickled by her humor, and inspired by her beauty.

She is survived by her husband, Stephen Waggle, her three children, Christine (Moen) Carlson, Spencer Moen, Mary Beth Moen, and her 5 grandchildren. She is preceded in her death by her parents, Sam and Rubye Jones, and her son, Andrew Moen.

Memorial service will be held at Crosspoint Community Church,1301 12th St.,,Modesto, CA on November 20th, 2021 @ 11 AM.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

1 Comment

  • Lanita+Moen November 9, 2021 4:57 pm

    Sandy was our sister-in-law for many years and has been and will be our sister-by-love forever. It is so hard to lose her presence but her love and influence remains! She was creative and hard working. An invitation for dinner or a party from her was always an automatic YES!!
    She loved to serve her friends and especially her family. We are grateful to consider her both friend and family. We love and honor you Sandy!

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