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Sandia (Daniels) Hankerson


Sandia (Daniels) Hankerson

Sandra (Daniels) Hankerson passed away peacefully in her sleep on May 10, 2018 in Anniston Alabama. She was 53 years old.

A celebration of life will be held at the Hermon Fire Hall on Friday, July 27th with Pastor Robert Browning. Visitation at 3 PM, service to be held at 4 PM, with a light meal to follow. Born on September 11, 1964 to Raymond “Jumb” and Janet (Paro) Daniels, she attended schools in Canton and Russell, graduating from Edwards Central School in 1983. She enlisted in the Army in 1985, marrying Arthur Hankerson, Jr. on 8/18/89 in Windover Utah. She served as an Army Administrative Specialist from 1985 through 1991, and held civilian positions before and after which included assisting in organizing Cars Are the Stars car show in Germany, and working at the Army-Air Force Exchange. She also worked for Hills Moving & Storage and Walmart in Pell City, Alabama and served as General Secretary of the Anniston House of Prayer for many years. Sandra made a place in her home for many foster children and also provided support for other families in the foster care program.

Sandra leaves behind her husband, Arthur E. Hankerson, Jr. of Anniston, Alabama; her mother, Janet Butler of Russell, NY; four sisters, Barbara (Kelvin) Watson of Anniston, Alabama, Deborah (Michael) Whitmarsh of Hermon, NY, Pamela (Daniel) DeClue of Naples, NY, and Tricia (Lee) Laraby of Ogdensburg, NY; her children, Arthur (Dawn) Hankerson, III of Boston, MA, Marcus (Nikki) Hankerson of Clarksville, TN, and Daniel, Christopher, Draylon, Dayesha and Hannah Hankerson, all of Anniston, Alabama; her grandchildren Aaysah, Dighton and Jamarré, and many loving relatives and friends. She was predeceased by her father, Raymond “Jumb” Daniels; her paternal grandparents, Brayton and Mary Daniels; and her maternal grandparents, Horace and Lena Paro. Memorial donations can be made to the American Heart Association or the American Diabetes Association.

Source: Watertown Daily Times Obituaries
Sandia (Daniels) Hankerson