Sandra Lynn Kircher

Sandra Lynn Kircher, age 73, and a long time resident of the Valley area, went home to be with her Lord on the evening of December 20, 2020. Sandee was born to Elmer and Margaret (Sisson) McQuire on February 23, 1947 in Tampa, Florida.

Sandee and Bob met and married in Colorado and moved to Valley in 1975 with their three children, Ron, Sunni and Tris.

Sandee served her Lord faithfully at Crossroads Community Church, was a teacher at Faith Christian School, owned the Neighbor’s Bakery in Chewelah, was an EMT for Chewelah Rural Ambulance and was a mother to hundreds of children in the foster care system over the years.

She is survived by her loving husband Bob Kircher, her sons Ron (wife Valerie) Kircher and Tris (wife Vicki) Kircher and Her daughters Sunni Ausland (husband Matt, deceased) Hannah, Rayna, Miah and son Joel Kircher. Along with her sister Maxine Rettig of Wisconsin. She also loved her seven grandchildren, Cameron, Maggie (husband Andrew Hawkins), Molly, Madeline, Cassandra, Coby and Johnny as well as her four great grandchildren, Andrew, Emma, Tristin, and Samuel Hawkins.

Sandee was an extraordinary woman who we all loved so dearly and she will be missed, but we celebrate her life and take comfort in knowing she is home with her Lord.

There is currently a GoFundMe campaign going on to help support the Kirchers and to offset the costs that are now piling up on Bob related to Sandee’s passing. For more information, go to: DPGazette.com/kircherfund

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