Sandra Lee Earle died November 21, 2018. Her spirit and legacy will be celebrated at Crystalbrook Church in Independence Kansas on Tuesday November 27, 2018 at 2:00 pm.
Sandy was born March 23, 1952 to Jim and Eleanor Tribbey. She was united in marriage to Guy Earle, Sr November 21, 1980. They spent years together working as leaders in their churches, working with Cuban Refugees, managing homes for boys and building their local Independence, KS business, T & M Painting.
Sandy was a global missionary traveler and humanitarian. Her missions took her to multiple countries and she touched many lives with her passion for helping those in need, particularly children. Her love of children earned her the nick-name by which many know her to this day - “Momma Sandy”.
She is preceded in death by her husband Guy Earle, Sr. She is survived by her mother, Eleanor Tribbey and brother Walter of Morrisville,PA; her stepsons Guy Jr. (Christy) of Corinth ,TX, John (Josie) of Collyville, TX and D.J. of Oklahoma City; daughters Tiffany Earle (Atta) of Tulsa, OK and Michelle (Clay) Calhoun of Memphis, TN, and eleven grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to unitedresponseinternational.com. A special message of condolence can be left to the family by visiting www.pottsfuneralhome.com.
My condolences to the entire family. Momma sandy was a great mentor to myself and many other hannah house members. She is truly an amazing example of pure faith and her kindness,compassion and genuine love for ALL people will forever live on.I am truly honored to have been able to be a part of momma Sandy's life! Untill we meet again fly high #finishstrong
Ashley wheelerFairview, OK
Dear Earle family,
We are truly sorry for your loss. You are like a second family to us and we will miss Sandy so much.
I will always cherish the fun times we had at Powerhouse and Thanksgiving.
David and Gabriela Johnson
David and Gabriela JohnsonIndependence, KS
Dear Walt, My sincere condolences to you and your family.
Denise BundaLevittown, PA
We have known Sandy for probably 30 years and were great friends. We went to several different churches with her and Guy and visited at their home many times as they did at ours. We sat in many meetings with them and in their classes they taught. Going to miss Sandy as much as we did Guy. All our love to their family
Joe and Julie DouglassIndependence, KS
Dear Family of Sandy, I am truly sorry for your loss. I went through high school with Sandy and she had a kind heart. Her ministry has grown enormously, I am proud to have known her and call her friend. My deepest respect and condolences to you all. May God comfort you in your grief as only He can do. Aprilynn
Aprilynn RushWaKeeney, KS
Dear Tiffany and Atta, My prayers are with you. Your mom was a modern day Paul, Going where ever God called. She was a great help to me when Larry went home to the Lord. I'm sure their having a great time rejoicing in Jesus calling on their lives. All my love.
Marva FellowsTAYLOR, AZ