Sandra Kay Zuke

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March 25, 1956 ~ February 17, 2017

Sandra Kay Zuke, 60, Brandon, died Friday, February 17, 2017, at the Dougherty Hospice Home, in Sioux Falls, surrounded by her family. Her husband, Robert “Bob” Zuke passed away Sunday, February 19, 2017.

A celebration of their lives will be held at 1:00 pm Saturday, February 25, 2017 at Split Rock Lutheran Church, 48215 258th St. Brandon SD, 57005.

Sandy Zuke was born on 3/25/1956 to Gordon and Barbara Lee in Volga, SD. Bob Zuke was born on January 25, 1958 to William and Charlotte Zuke in Los Angeles, CA. Both Bob and Sandy attended and graduated from Augustana College in Sioux Falls, SD. Bob and Sandy met in college and quickly fell in love.
They were wed on August 13, 1977 at East Side Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls. Before having children, they traveled as often as possible. They purchased their family home in Brandon where they went on to raise their three sons, Stephen, Alexander and Christopher. Bob enjoyed working on computers, participating in Boy Scouts, collecting coins, dart league and spending time with his family. Sandy enjoyed drawing, painting, participating in Boy Scouts, advocacy groups, church events and spending time with family and friends.

Bob and Sandy are survived by their children, Steve, Alex, Chris and Marisa, and their grandchildren Sakiah, Braeden and Frank, and many other close family members.

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  • Daryl says:

    May the peace and love of the God of the Bible be with the family.

  • Larry & Mindee Johnson says:

    Stephen, Alex & Christopher; You have our sympathy on the passing of your parents. May they both rest in peace and may you find comfort in knowing they are pain free now.

  • Bruce & Cathy Nytroe says:

    Boys, so very sorry to hear about your mom. The last time I saw her was at a Firemen’s Christmas Party and she was her usual spunky upbeat self. Our sympathies to you all.

  • Dr Ross and ChiroSport Staff says:

    We at ChiroSport would like to express our sincere condolences for the loss of your parents. We enjoyed seeing them and getting to know them. May the Lord be with you all during your time of strife.

    Dr Ross and the staff at ChiroSport

  • Marlys Sands says:

    A double loss in loosing both parents. I feel your pain. They were great people and served their community. They will never be forgotten.

    Marlys Sands

  • Jean Lowery says:

    We moved here in 1998 . Sandy & Bob were the first couple we became friendly with . Sandy made sure to seal the deal . Giving us a loaf of bread,( from Breadsmith) on a road trip to Royal River one afternoon. She was always thoughtful and giving to everyone. Full of energy .
    We will miss her laugh .
    So sorry for the Family’s loss . It has been a great struggle . Peace and prayers .

  • Bill and Brenda Mathers says:

    sorry for your loss sending prayer for strength to help all get through

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