In loving memory, Sandra Morton

Sandra D. Morton passed away on Wednesday, November 25th at home, surrounded by her family and friends. Although she has lived abroad in Belgium, Dansville, and Pulteney, New York, Lander, Wyoming is where her heart has been for the last 40 years.

Sandy was born on June 11th, 1947 in Penn Yan, New York to Alice and Robert Didas, and John and Nell Hoban. She was a Military wife for many years, a seamstress, where she worked for her father’s boat business making boat covers, until she moved to Wyoming in 1986.

Sandy graduated Casper School Of Nursing in May 1993 as a Registered Nurse. She eventually became Director Of Nursing at a local nursing home. She worked as a hospice nurse as well as a hospital supervisor until she retired in 2015.

Sandy is survived by daughter Kym Hart, of Buffalo, NY, Son William (Melanie) Allen of Lander, WY. Grandchildren, Brad Jones, Ashley Jones, Trey Lopez, Joshua Hart, Antonio Allen, Sierra Allen, and Derek Allen. Siblings, Rorry (Dick) Levee , Wayland, NY. Dawn (Doug) Sterner, Dansville, NY. Ronald (Dawn) Didas, Dansville, NY. Shirley Hayes,Cohocton, NY. Leo Didas, Naples, NY Darlene (Phill) Chissom, Bath, NY. and Patrick (Jennifer) Hoban. Dayton, OH. Step Siblings, Robert (Barbara) Yentzer, Valdosta, GA. Ronald (Marge) Yentzer, Star Tannery, VA. and Richard Yentzer, Nashville, TN. She is also survived by best friends, Bonnie Deyo and Harold Hopkins, Lander, WY. Sarah and Mike Deyo, Lander, WY. Paula Witt, Thermopolis, WY.

Sandy was predeceased by parents, Alice and Robert Didas, along with John and Nell Hoban, and brothers Joe Didas, and Butch (Robert) Didas, and step brother Michael Batchelor.

Sandy’s had an immense love for horses and enjoyed riding her horse Mariah with her friends, and loved living in Wyoming. A service with social distancing and a mask will be held at St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Atlantic City on Saturday, December 5th at 11:30 am with Rev. Charles Clarke and Rev. Bonnie Deyo officiating.

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