Sandra A. Finegan

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Sandra Ann Finegan (Steffens), 58, passed away unexpectedly at her home on Wednesday, March 6, 2019. Born on April 26, 1960, to Gary and Judith (Rosenberg) Steffens in Oconto Falls.

Sandy was a friend to many and was known for her kind, caring spirit and easy smile. Her voice was unmistakable, and her laugh often entered the room before she did. Some of her happiest moments were spent chatting with friends and family over a cup of coffee. The pride she felt for her family was evident, and she dedicated her time to making new memories with her children and grandchildren. Sandy was a jack-of-all-trades. She was well known for her artistic abilities, primitive crafts, and also spent time building and remodeling homes. Sandy loved nature. Gardening, camping, and canoeing were just some of her favorite outdoor hobbies. Her determination and strong spirit will continue to be an inspiration to those who knew her.

Sandy is survived by her four children: Tanya Strouse (Joe), Leah Moore (Brad), Bryan Finegan, and Chelsie Russell (Chase), and her grandchildren Abby Finegan, Payton Strouse, Levi Knisley, Josyah Finegan and Ava Moore as well as her great-granddaughter Charlie Edwards. She is also survived by her parents Gary and Judith Steffens and her siblings Fonda Fischer (Scott), Kelly Lax (Kory), Gary Steffens Jr. (Carole), Matthew Steffens III (Cathy), Christine Gabriel (Sean), David Steffens (Shanda), Daniel Steffens and Jessica Noche (Alvin), and many nieces and nephews. Sandy was preceded in death by Roger Finegan, Norbert Rosenberg, Dorothy Rosenberg, Matthew Jr. and Deloris Steffens.

The service was held at Holy Trinity Church in Somerset, Ohio, on Thursday, March 14. A luncheon followed at The Somerset American Legion.