I feel so blessed having met you playing poker in our league and sending emails of our grand children.. I knew you were a feisty lady just by chatting with you.. i had never met you in person but i feel like we were fast friends once we started emailing..You will be greatly missed..We will miss your greetings when entering a game…”HI YA< FRIENDS"…Well, you rest now my dear friend.. Hugs to you.. Lib..
Sandy was such a kind and caring person. She will be greatly missed by all her friends at Raffertys.
My heartfelt prayers and friendship extends to all of Sandy’s family today and always. I had the privilege of meeting Sandy and becoming friends with her years ago through a free online poker league. We shared many laughs and fun times and formed a friendship that will remain in my heart and memories forever. She was the most gracious, loving, caring, and genuine good friend that I have ever known, and we will all miss her very much. Sandy was a true gift of goodness and love and I am forever grateful to have had her in my life. Ben Peterson
Sandy was such a special lady. She will be missed by so many people. Thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this very difficult time. Love to all. Eddie & Debbie Van Buren
You have been and always will be missed Sandy (Zubie) at our poker table. I think I felt a whack yesterday when
I took all of someone’s chips. I am sure you will continue to keep us all in line with those whacks. Thanks for all
the good memories of playing on line poker with you. Rest in peace now my friend. Huggs, Shar
YOU WILL BE MISSED BY YOUR POKER BUDDIES ZUB…WE ALL LOVED YOU AND HAVE THE GREATEST MEMORIES OF YOU AND OUR FUN TIMES…GOD BLESS REST IN PEACE..YOUR FRIEND SHEILA (CHATTERP2) NIGHT TIME POKER BUDDY
RIP Sandy. I never met Sandy personally but through playing in our on line poker league i got to know her .. She was a sweet kind lady who cared about others even though she had her own health problems.. She was an inspiration to us all and will be dearly missed.–DON
Our thoughts and prayers for the family and friends, especially all those who enjoyed her fun loving spirit in DOC Poker League. Sandy always brought to the table her many stories of her family. She was a great player, as well. One would have never guess just how much her physical problems caused her suffering and we all turned on our CAPS for her to help her read our CHAT. 🙂 Yet she continued to bring joy to us all. She will be greatly missed by us,
DOC POKER LEAGUE
YOU WILL BE MISSED ZUBIEDOOBIDO
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Sandra Anne Bratcher (Husk), age 70, of Evansville, was called home to be with our Lord at 9:25 pm Sunday, September 8th, 2019, at her residence surrounded by her loving family.
Sandra was born December 30th, 1948, in Honolulu, Hawaii to Carl and Patricia Husk. She attended Bosse High School. Sandra loved her family fiercely, especially being a Nana to her grand babies. She loved cooking, playing online poker, Colts football and giving everyone a hard time. She was the strongest woman and will be terribly missed by many. Sandra is survived by her husband Kenny Bratcher; her son, Jason Zubiller; her daughter, Jessica Boyd (Mike); step daughters, Laura Cross (Todd), Kristin Smith (PJ); step son, Pax Bradford; sisters, Pam Rogers, Vicky Knapp (Rick), Donna Gander (Terry), Chris Parker, Kathy Schnarr (Nick), Cindy DiPrimio (Pete) and Jenny Cannon (Pete); brothers Richard Husk (Sue) and Kip Husk (Sandy); grandchildren, Jakob Zubiller, Gage Boyd, Aubrey Boyd and Landon Payley; and many nieces and nephews. She considered many of her friends her family and never met a stranger. She welcomed everyone with open arms.
Sandra is preceded in death by her parents and grandparents whom she could not wait to be reunited with.
Visitation will be from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. Saturday, September 14th. A Celebration of Life will begin at 4 p.m. with a graveside service to immediately follow. Visitation and Celebration of Life will be streamed live. Please go to zoom.us join meeting 8124775316. The password is funeral1
The family would like to extend their heart felt gratitude to AseraCare Hospice for their loving care during this difficult time and to her many favorite nurses and doctors along this journey at St Vincent’s. This has been a long road and she had made many special friends.
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