Sandra Estelle Byers, 82, went to be with Jesus, Saturday August 21, 2021 after a full and beautiful life. She was born April 8, 1940 to Estelle Lovette McRay, “Mac” and Loye Thomas Lovette, “Slim” in Baltimore, Maryland. She graduated from Miami Sr High and went on to complete her Associates in Nursing at Indian River College. She was married August 14, 1960 to James H. Byers Sr.
Sandi was a proud Operating room nurse before she retired. She was an accomplished seamstress and loved making handmade dolls and clothes for everyone she loved. She had a giving heart and always helped out anyone in need she met along life’s path.
Sandi was survived by her sons, James H. Byers Jr, Johnathon L, Byers and his wife Melody; grandsons, John Byers Jr, Anthony D. Byers and his wife Rebecca, Jason and his wife Jennifer, Jake and his wife Allison, Brittany and her husband Justin; great grandchildren, Johnathan L Byers III, Annabelle, Hunter, Victoria, Kaylee, Kurk, Luke, Corban, Amelia, Elizabeth, Alexandra and Madeliene.
She was predeceased by her beloved Mother and Daddy, Estelle Lovette and Loye Thomas Lovette; sister, Carolyn Martinez and brother, Loye Lovette.
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