Sandra D Adkins

Born in Gainsville, Georgia on June 3, 1966

Departed on December 16, 2017 and resided in Joelton, Tennessee

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Sandra D. Adkins age 51 of Joelton passed away on December 16, 2017 at Skyline Medical Center.

She was born on June 3, 1966 to the late Sheila Rainey in Gainesville, Georgia. She was described as a strong, independent and kind-hearted person. She would give you her last dime, just to make sure everyone was taken care of. Her children talked about all the times she was there pushing them and helping them through hard times and giving encouragement and advice when they needed it the most.

Sandra D. loved watching the latest ID Investigation curled up on the couch with some Puffcorn and a Diet Dr. Pepper, coloring with her grandchildren, crafts, and scrapbooking. You could find her on the 1st Saturday of the month finding deals at Goodwill. Traveling was her passion; she loved the time she went to D.C. with Sheila and taking a Cruise.

She will forever be remembered as a loving daughter, sister, mother and Granny

Sandra D. is survived by her children, Sheila (Stephen) Kirby, Shannon Adkins, Donnie Adkins, Jr. and Shawna Adkins; grandchildren, Christa, Jordan, Jayla, Bryce, Bladen, Kaylee and Drake; sister, Sonja (Michael) Hambrick; great-granddaughter, Leigh-Ann.

A Life Celebration will be held on December 23rd at 12:00pm in the Chapel of Springfield Funeral Home. The family will receive friends on Saturday from 10:00 until the time of service.

These arrangements were entrusted to Springfield Memorial Gardens, Funeral Home and Cremation Center 4005 Memorial Blvd Springfield, Tennessee 37172 615-384-5437 www.springfieldfh.com

 

2 Comments to Mrs. Sandra D Adkins

  1. Crystal Bowen
    December 19, 2017 2:56 pm

    You were such a great person an loved your family you will be greatly missed we love you fly high.

  2. Sherri Clifton
    December 21, 2017 5:20 pm

    Sandy, Sonia and I spent quite a bit of time in our teen years getting in trouble, double dating and just hanging out – mostly at Sheila’s house because we could get away with more. We grew up and grew apart, got married…children, grand children and the time just flies. I have remembered her fondly for decades and missed having my friend (and cousin) quite often.
    God has a plan for us all, see you in a bit girly…..I will be along soon enough!

    Regrets for the family and their loss. May God’s love and spirit bring you peace.

    Sherri Glass Clifton

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