Sandra K. (Atteberry) Javornik, 53, went to her heavenly home on March 2, 2016, after a long courageous battle with cancer. Sandra worked for CSH and District 60. She graduated from PCHS in 1980. Sandra is survived by her loving husband, Ed Javornik; parents, Richard and Marge Atteberry; siblings, Carol (Mark) Gazette and Art (DeAnne) Atteberry; mother-in-law, Joan; siblings, Frank (Rose), Terrie (Annick), Jimmy and Chris Javornik; and numerous nieces and nephews. Sandy had an associates degree in occupational therapy. She had a great love for her animals and family and enjoyed gardening, camping, jeeping and the outdoors. She was a very loving, compassionate and giving woman of God, who passionately loved her supportive church family. Her contagious laughter and smile will be dearly missed. An enormous 'thank you' to the incredible staff at Park View Medical Center. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Monday, March 7, 2016, at Family Worship Center, 3800 Parker Blvd. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Dennis and I were so sorry to hear about Sandy’s passing. I loved being her colleague. We talked and joked with each other on a daily basis. She was one of the kindest, sweetest, and most genuine person I have ever met. I was blest to be her friend. She h an amazing smile and a contagious laugh. She will be greatly missed. Our prayers are with you and your family.

  2. Dear Eddy, I was saddened to hear that your dear Sany passed away. My thoughts are with you and her family. May God put her in a special place where she will be watching us, the people who loved and cherished her A beautiful soul, full of love and faith, ascended to heaven, away from us, but closer to God, leaving loneliness and sadness. I am thankful to God that I had possibility to know Sandy, her beautiful smile and love in her eys. She will be forewer in my heart. Be strong my dear Ed, you both will be in my prayers. Our deapest sympathy Lidija Neja and all Trontelj family from Slovenia

  3. Ed, I was so sorry to hear of the passing of your lovely wife. She had such a positive attitude and fought a courageous battle. May God comfort you during this difficult time. Always cherish the wonderful memories you shared together. My prayers are with you.

  4. It was always a pleasure to visit the meat market and see Sandy. She was so pleasant and friendly and remembered everyone by name. Years later I had the additional pleasure of working in the same school building with her – Heaton Middle School. I am sorry for your loss. The world needs more great people like Sandy. She was a gem.

  5. Eddie, we are so very sorry for your loss and wish to extend our condolences. Sandy was so full of life, passion, and love. She made coming into the market a treat with her smile, personality and wit. Not a day will go by that we won’t miss her. We here in the Perkovich, Kovach, Lusk, Diamond, and Rader families will pray for you Eddie and the rest of the family. If you need anything, please ask. Love Susan Kovach

  6. To Eddie, please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers as you mourn for the loss of your beloved wife, Sandy. Love, Dave and Teresa Pohlmeier

  7. It was a sincere pleasure to have you as a cousin-in-law. Always enjoyed our
    visits and phone calls. Christmas, 2015 was especially the best Christmas ever when you were able to come to my house. I was always remember that
    special day.
    To Eddie, and all the Atteberry family – my sincere sympathy for the loss of
    this special lady. She is in heaven now with Frank and Bob and will be there
    to help us get thru our journey here on earth.

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