Sandra Boatman

Sandra (Sapp) Boatman, 73, of Mart, passed away Tuesday, April 24, 2018 at her residence.

Graveside Memorial Service: 10am Friday, May 4th at China Spring Cemetery with Rev. Bob Rainey of Central United Methodist Church officiating. Please “come as you are”.

No visitation is planned.

Sandra was preceded in death by her parents, Gene and Genevieve Sapp; brother, Tommy Wayne Sapp; and husband of 39 years, Robert Boatman.

Survivors include son, Curt Boatman and spouse William Parker of Waco.

Memorials may be made to Interim Hospice, 2420 Wycon Drive, Suite 401, Waco, TX 76712.

The family would like to acknowledge a special thank you to Interim Hospice, especially Katherine, Beverly, Gail, and Doug. The family is also appreciative of Kathy Moore for her loving care.

Contact Information:

Lake Shore Funeral Home & Cremation Services

5201 Steinbeck Bend Dr
Waco, TX 76708
United States (US)
Phone: (254) 752-5900

Place of Service: China Spring Cemetery , 15654 Old China Spring Rd,; China Spring, TX 76633

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  1. I Loved Ms Sandra with all my heart. She has been a part of my life for not long enough. Though I knew her time was short when I heard about her passing my heart sank. Felt sorry for myself because I wouldn’t hear stories and asking Lea Carroll what was the Chinese food that was so good. When my Dad Leo Schulze died Miss Sandra came down to help Mom Susan Schulze take care of Dad and helped Mom through his death. I would have to say they were best friends telling each other everything. My thoughts are with Curt and William . She was a wonderful beautiful lady the brought my family great joy. We are all better for knowing her.

  2. Kuntschik - Gayle

    My heart is broken with the loss of Sandra. She was a beautiful lady inside and out. Her smile would light up the room when she walked in it, we consider her family. She has meant so much to us.

    Curt & William you are both in are prayers…. Love Ken & Gayle (Schulze) Kuntschik

  3. Although I didn’t get much time to get to know Ms Sandra well she was a sweetheart , My heart breaks. I fell in love with her right from the start.
    Curt n William you are both in my prayers…

  4. ISussn Schulze

    I wish I had the words to explain how much Sandra meant to me. She was my very best friend. Over the last 25 years we have laughed together, cried together and mourned together.
    The most precious memories are of those times when we visited each other, drank some wine and solved the
    problems of the world. Sandra was one-of-a-kind and
    I will miss her every day of my life.

  5. Curt, William and family, I am so sorry for your loss of your mother Sandra. It is very hard to lose your mother I know. I didn’t know Sandra but she appears to have been a very lovely lady who was well loved by many. You all are in my prayers. I will try to make it to the service, but if I don’t please know I am praying that it will be a very meaningful one for you. Curt, working for Hospice, I’m sure you know that you must take care of yourself now too. I pray that you will. Love to all of you.

  6. Sara Sepulveda

    Miss Sandy has been considered a part of the Schulze family for as long as I can remember.
    I knew her as a tough-as-nails, itty bitty lady with a sweet-as-molasses voice. She was a loyal friend to my grandparents and was very considerate of us kids. It was wonderful of her to make the time to visit us, and her presence during Grandpa’s passing was a true comfort; the memories during that time was a blur, but I can still recall her voice saying, “It’s okay, sugar.”
    We are upset by her passing but grateful to be carrying her in our hearts. What an extraordinary lady!

  7. Connie Bryant

    If someone asked me to describe Sandra in one word it would be energy. Wow, she was filled with energy. She and my Mom were so close and shared so much together. When she heard Dad was sick she came running. She took care of our every need. She cooked meals, cleaned house, washed loads of clothes and loads of dishes. She was a Godsend. We all loved her so much. Sandra until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of his hand.

  8. Maggie Daughenbaugh

    Curt I lost track of your mother when she moved to Waco but I never lost her in my heart. She and your dad, John and Kay Blake , my husband Al played many pocket games. Went to horse races. Went out to eat so many times. Can’t tell you how much we loved her. Al was not healthy for last five years. I lost him this past May. I know this is very late but I didn’t know till now. I was trying to get in touch with her and this obituary came up. Can’t tell you how my heart sank. So sorry for your loss, Maggie

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