SANDRA A. BEASLEY
February 18, 1947 – December 6, 2021
Sandra A. Beasley completed her earthly life journey among us on December 6, 2021. Sandra lived among us for 74 years. She is survived by her loving and deeply devoted husband, Samuel Ellis Beasley, of the home. Sammy and Sandy have been married for 53 years. Along with her husband, Sandra is survived by her daughters, Lee Beasley Loftis (and husband, Stephen) of Winston-Salem, and Amanda Beasley Cash (and husband, Stephen “Bradley”) of Youngsville. Sandra’s grandchildren are Matthew and Colin Loftis of Winston-Salem, Ian and Kara Cash of Youngsville, and Rhys Brock-Loftis and his wife, Liz of Greensboro. The grandchildren deeply adored their Memaw. Sandra is also survived by her brother, Jerry Lee Ayscue and wife Carolyn, of Henderson.
Sandra was the daughter of Oscar Lee Ayscue and Ruth Thompson Ayscue of Vicksboro, who preceded her in death.
Before her retirement, Sandra served the Louisburg College community as Assistant Registrar. Her longtime employment and service to the college was honored and remembered by the many faculty, leaders, students, and presidents of the college during her retirement celebration. Before her health began to fail, Sandra was a faithful and active member of Louisburg Baptist Church.
The family will hold a private service to celebrate and honor Sandra. Rev. Tony Capehart and Rev. Dr. Stephen Loftis will officiate.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to any of the following charities: Clint Kennedy Fund at Louisburg Baptist Church or the Louisburg Baptist Church Playground Fund at 302 N Main St, Louisburg, NC 27549, or a charity of your choice.
The family is forever grateful for the private care provided by Mrs. Gertha Crudup. The family extends a special word of thanks and gratitude to the staff of Kindred Hospice. We are deeply appreciative of the care provided by Ms. Chelsea Wilborn. We are grateful to the many family and friends who have shared their loving support through their prayers, cards, visits, and other acts of kindness to us during these difficult many months.
Arrangements made by Strickland Funeral Home and Crematory, Louisburg, www.stricklandfuneralhome.net
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