Sandra Greenfield, 81 of Waupun, passed away Monday, October 23, 2023, at her home.
Sandra was born May 27, 1942, to John and Norma Day Levy. She graduated from Randolph High School and met the love of her life, Glen Greenfield. They were married on February 5, 1960. Sandra stayed at home to take care of her family, helping Glen on the farm and gardening. After her family was older, she worked at a canning factory in Fairwater. Later she retired to stay at home to watch her grandkids, crochet and help her husband with gardening. Sandra enjoyed having the grandkids around and watching her game shows. She will be deeply missed by her husband and family.
Sandra is survived by her husband of 63 years, Glen; daughter in law, Jodi Greenfield, sons; Kevin Greenfield, Calvin (Dawn) Greenfield, Brian (Dena) Greenfield, daughter; Kristen (Dean) Brandenburg and son, Alan Greenfield. Eleven grandchildren, Abby Greenfield, Carmen (Darrell) Ortiz, Bryce Greenfield, Hannah Greenfield, Jake (Lindsey Lindberg) Greenfield, Tyler Greenfield, Kayla (Zach) Reffke, Joshua Gierach, Holly (Roger Horton) Gierach, Jenna (Sawyer Williamson) TeWinkle, Kendra Brandenburg. Seven great-grandchildren, with one due February.
2024. Sisters; Karen Weckerle and Judy Rabehl, brother Bob (Donna) Levy. Sister-in-law, Betty (Bill) Pausma, brother-in-law, Dennis (Mary) Greenfield and Jim (Jayne) Greenfield and many nieces and nephews.
Sandra was preceded in death by her parents and her father and mother-in-law, Anthony and Allie Greenfield. Her first-born son, Steven Greenfield. Brother, Jack Levy, brothers-in-law Jim Weckerle and Bob Rabehl, Wesley (Janice) Greenfield, Alton (Audrey) Greenfield and sister-in-law Judy Greenfield.
A memorial service for Sandra Greenfield will be held Tuesday, October 31, 2023 at 11 am at First Christian Reformed Church in Waupun with Rev. Greg Schuringa officiating. Friends and relatives may call on the family on Tuesday from 10am until time of service. Cremation has taken place.
The family would like to send out a big ‘Thank-you’ to SSM Health Hospice, Pastor Greg Schuringa, and Elder Al Venhuizen. Thank you! Your help and compassion are so greatly appreciated.