Sandra Kay Pula

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Sandra Kay “Sandy” Pula, 68, of Omer, our kind, caring, hard-working, devoted, and fun loving daughter, sister, aunt, and friend passed away on the evening of Saturday, February 25, 2017. Sandy was born on August 23, 1948 in Standish, to Mitchell and Elaine (Walker) Pula. Sandy graduated from Standish-Sterling Central High School in 1966. After high school, she went on to work as a Pharmacist Assistant at Chipman’s Drug Store in Standish. She later became a nanny for Morgan, Reese, Madison, and Clara King, Ben and Maggie Keeley, and Corbin and Myles Richardson. Sandy enjoyed gardening, spending time with her family and friends, and taking care of her beloved cats and her “babies.” Sandy loved following sports of all types and will always be remembered for being a true Michigan State fan. In addition to her parents, Sandy leaves to cherish her memory, the love of her life, William Kelly; siblings, Susan (James) Rex, Donald (Cindy) Pula, and Jessica (Patti) Pula; sister-in-law, Tina Pula; nieces and nephews, Joshua Rex, Jennifer Garone, Amanda Buck, Michael Pula, Jr., Jaime Blanchard, Jason Pula, Abigail Pula, Austin Dingee, and Alex Dingee, along with many great nieces and nephews and special friends, Ann Brown, Joe Keeley, and Mike and Yvonne King. Sandy was welcomed home to heaven by her brother, Michael Pula, Sr. A Memorial Liturgy will be held at the Resurrection of the Lord Parish, 423 W. Cedar St., Standish on Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 11:00 AM. The family will receive visitors one hour prior. Final arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Skorupski Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 955 N. Pine Rd., Hampton Twp. The entire family would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to Colleen Chaltraw with Hospice Compassus and to the staff at St. Mary’s of Michigan – Standish Hospital Skilled Nursing Facility, where memorial contributions may be directed to. Expressions of sympathy may be shared with the family online at

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  1. sorry about Sandy she was a great help to Cody and I over the years ,Sandy will truly be missed our thoughts and prayers are with you Bob and Cody Dewald

  2. My first memory of Sandy was of her working behind the counter at Chipman drugs in Standish. I was a young girl at the time and loved going there to buy candy as the other kids did too. My latest memories of Sandy was me being behind the desk this time to wait on her as a client at my office.
    Sandy will definitely be missed. I am glad I knew her.
    Thoughts and prayers to her family.
    Until we meet again.

  3. I was able to get to know Sandy thru working in the standish community most of my life.always brightened my day when her beautiful smile would come thru my checkout lane. Will miss you,and your wonderful personally. Thoughts and prayers to all your family and friends..

  4. Don, Cindy, Abby and families, We are so sorry to hear about Sandy’s passing. Our sympathy and prayers go out to you and the family during this difficult time.

  5. I was so sorry to hear about Sandy’s death I just heard about it and was very surprised her and I were great friends for a few years there when I first moved to Standish and worked with her at the drugstore she was sweet to my son Anthony I’m sure everyone’s going to miss her smile and her laugh very very sorry to hear about your loss

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