Kircher Family GoFundMe

Sandra (Sandee) Lynn Kircher , beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend, went home to Jesus on December 20th, 2020. Friends and family have set up a fundraiser to help offset the costs related to Sandee’s unexpected passing, as well as other expenses. 

Sandee and her husband Bob have been long time residents of the Valley Washington area, and are well known and loved within our community. They were small business owners, including owning the well loved Neighbor’s Bakery & Deli in Chewelah. They’ve also been extremely active in their church and local community for many good and charitable causes. 

Sandee additionally served as a volunteer for the Chewelah Rural Ambulance, and was a mother to hundreds of children in the foster care system over the years. For years the Kirchers have been the first to offer help and the last to ask for it.

As Bob and family are now facing financial hardship, this is something that we, as a community, can do to really come alongside and help.

All funds raised here will go directly to Bob Kircher and his family, through Crossroads Community Church.

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