6 N Main • Caldwell, KS • 620-845-6424
January 25, 1950 ~ November 11, 2020
Sandra D. Seifert, 70, of Caldwell, KS passed away on Wednesday November 11, 2020. She was born on January 25, 1950 in Anthony, KS to Daryl and Mildred (Scheel) Seifert.
Sandra was raised in Bluff City, KS and attended school there until the high school closed and went on to graduate from Anthony High School in 1968. She participated in sports throughout her younger years. After graduating, she went on to attend Salt City Business College in Hutchinson, KS. After school, she started her career at the Harper County Extension Office. Sandra then spent the rest of her career working for grocery stores in Harper and Caldwell. Her favorite part of her job was seeing all of her “favorite” customers and they loved seeing her too.
Sandra welcomed her daughter Jamie Dawn Seifert on August 31, 1970. Sandra was very involved and coached many years of softball as Jamie was growing up. Sandra moved to Caldwell, KS in 1999 to be closer to her daughter and grandchildren and became one of Caldwell’s biggest sports fans. Sandra never missed a game, dance recital, music program, or birthday party for her niece, nephews, grandchildren or great-grandchildren.
Sandra is preceded in death by her parents Daryl and Mildred Seifert, brother Terry Seifert, and brother in law Ronnie Hartman.
Sandra is survived by her daughter Jamie and husband Scott York of Caldwell, KS, sister Angie Hartman of Wichita, KS, sister Brenda Darnell (Ken Roberts) of Wichita, KS, grandchildren Brittnee and husband Chad Whaley of Wellington, KS, Sydnee York and Kambree York of Caldwell, KS, nephew Richard and wife Lynn Seifert of Anthony, KS, niece Alison and husband Jerrod Schuster of Wichita, KS, nephew Ethan Darnell of Wichita, KS, and several great nephews and great grandchildren.
Private family services are being held Friday.
Visitation will be held 8:00 am to 8:00 p.m. Thursday.
Memorials may be given in Sandra’s name to the Caldwell Firefighters Association and sent in care of the mortuary.