HORSCH Sandra Edie Marie
“Sandee” of Waterford, lost her battle with cancer on September 13, 2017 at 50 years young, a loss that has come too soon. Loving wife of Brian for 28 years and best friend for 35 years; loving mother of Heather (Steve) Burleson, Brandon, Julia, Maryna, Alana, Anastasiya, Madison, and Oksana Horsch; grandmother “Mimi” to Andrew. Beloved daughter of Johanna and the late Edward Mlot; sister of Debra and Ronald (Diane) Mlot; aunt of Dyson and Lorelai. Sandee was born in Detroit and grew up in Redford. Sandee had a larger than life personality, and a heart that touched so many. She was the mother of a large family, all were welcome and many frequented the Horsch home. Holidays and birthdays were packed with friends and family. Sandee always made room for “one” more, and she was the center of her loving family.
Family will receive friends Saturday 3:00 - 8:00 PM and Sunday 1:00 until time of celebration at 5:00 PM at our CLARKSTON LOCATION.
Celebration of Sandee’s life will be held Sunday, September 17, 2017 at 5:00 PM at COATS FUNERAL HOME-CLARKSTON, 8909 Dixie Highway.
Sandee would wish a donation be made to Teal Butterfly Challenge in lieu of flowers.
Cara Mia Massey
I was so sad to here about Sandee's passing. We went to high school together. Back then, I saw her and Brian almost everyday. I wish that I had stayed more in contact with her.
One thing, Sandee had the biggest heart. She will be missed.
Zorica & Kurt Schillinger
Our deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. We never had the chance to meet, but it felt like we knew her through Brian's stories. May God give you all the comfort and peace that you seek and may the soul of your loved one rest in peace.
I knew Sandee when I worked with her at Michaels. She had such a beautiful spirit and she was always willing to lend an ear to anyone who needed to talk about anything. She had such a talent with anything creative; no matter what skill Sandee put her mind to learning, she was bound and determined to do well. I lost touch with her after leaving Michaels but stayed in Facebook contact, and now I wish I had spoken more recently with her.
To Brian and her family, you have my deepest sympathies. I know nothing I can say will ever express how amazing Sandee was and how lucky I feel that I had the chance to know her. The world is a lesser place without her in it. May you and yours know love in this time.
I only knew Sandee through her daughter Madison. But I know from working with and caring for Madison that Sandee was an amazing woman and mother. After all she raised an amazing daughter. I know of the deep love the family all has for each other and how much of it was centered on Sandee. I'm deeply sorry for the loss of this beloved wife and mother.
Pastor Shelly Ann Long
To Sandee's family & friends.
Steve and I are lifting you all in prayer during this tender time. Sandee will live on through her legacy of joy, hard work, love, compassion, creativity, and humor. I know she believed in God and this brings peace. Sending prayers of comfort to everyone,
Pastor Shelly Long
I knew Sandee in high school (and remember Brian from prom) but lost touch with her. We reconnected in recent years through Facebook and I was able to see her beautiful family and what a wonderful life she was building.
Sandee was one of those people whose light just got stronger as she moved through life. I am fortunate I knew even a little of her. She may not be with us anymore, but her love will continue to shine through in Brian and her children and friends because it was just that powerful and good. She left the world a better place, just for her having been here with us.
Brian and family deepest sympathy on your loss. May God comfort all of you, keeping you in my prayers.
To Sandee's family I send my deepest sympathy and will lift you in prayer for comfort and peace. I knew Sandee long ago, when we were in a parent group through Beaumont. It was formed for mothers with their first child born in the Fall of 1993. We traveled quite a distant to each others' homes as we stay- at -home moms were spread out. Sandee was always so full of energy and enthusiasm that she was fun to be around. Our group only lasted a few years, and I have lost touch with most, but I have fond memories of this special time in our lives - the beginning of a new chapter called motherhood. I was so sorry to read about her death in the newspaper, and her battle with cancer.May she rest in God's loving arms now.