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Sandra Beshear (Denton)

       In loving memory of our dear classmate

Sandy L. Denton, 73, passed away March 30, 2020 in the comfort of her own home after an extended illness. She was born November 10, 1946 in Falfurrias Texas, the daughter of Clifford and Pelly Lucille Beshear.

Sandy graduated from Waltrip high school, class of 1965. Following graduation she married the love of her life Ramon (Jack) Denton. They celebrated 53 years of marriage in January. She helped manage her husband's business but her primary career was being a loving and devoted mother and grandmother to her three children and five grandchildren.
In addition to her parents Sandy was predeceased by her sister Jeanine.

Surviving in addition to her husband Jack Denton , are her children Wendy Wright and her huband Jeff, Travis Denton, and Amanda Bowen and her husband Matt.Sandy adored her five grandchildren Preston, Ashtyn, Branson,Tanner and Savannah.

Due to Covid 19 services will be private and graveside. Those who wish to honor Sandy in a special way may make donations in her name to

Published in Houston Chronicle on Apr. 5, 2020


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04/01/20 09:24 AM #1    

Patricia Ann Sirvello (Younger)

Sandy was always smiling and ready for a party. Had a lot of fun with her at Waltrip. Sad to hear that she left us so early. That smile of hers was unmatched! 

04/01/20 10:30 AM #2    

Tom Britton

She and Jack made a wonderful couple and were married for, I think, almost 55 years. Sandy's smile lit up a room when she entered it. Going to miss seeing her at our Ram Jams. 


04/01/20 11:26 AM #3    

Leah Favella

Fly with the Angels SandyπŸ˜‡πŸ‘ΌπŸ’” Prayers to Jackie and Family. What a great love story πŸ’•

04/02/20 08:24 AM #4    

Dorothy Fowler (Montgomery)

Sandy was always fun and always had a smile on her face. I had several classes with her. She never met a stranger. RIP sweet lady.

04/02/20 10:49 AM #5    

Joanna Hinton (Garrett)

I always admired Sandy.  If ever there was a person who I considered "Beautiful", Sandy was my very favorite queen.  She was beautiful inside and out.  I had to wear corrective shoes and walked with a limp in school and Sandy always "stood up for me".  She was one of the individuals that made my high school memories for her kindness.  Before the last big reunion, we corresponded quite a bit about her job, her married life (she was truly in love with her husband) and I hated that for some reason we lost touch after the reunion.  To her family and friends, I am sorry for their loss of such a lovely heart.

04/02/20 12:15 PM #6    

Arletta Parnell (Glankler)

Sandy was  such a fun person to be around.  Yes her smile was always there, and beautiful. I remember us in the bathroom at Waltrip poofing up our hair, as if it wasn't high enough.  We were blessed to have known her.  May she rest in peace with our heavenly Father.

04/11/20 10:31 AM #7    

Connie Mahnke (VanNess)


Sandy was a beautiful girl back in High School and I knew of her.  Sorry for your loss.

Connie Mahnke Van Ness



04/12/20 10:44 AM #8    

Patricia Bissonnet (Bissonnet)

I remember Sandy as an outgoing, laughing girl, and Jack as her quiet, handsome beau.  Jack, I hope that a long marriage and happy memories sustain you.  


04/12/20 01:34 PM #9    

Carolyn Johnson (Blake)

Jack, I am so sorry for your loss. I have not seen Sandy since high school, but I remember her well as a sparking light, beautiful and kind. God bless you and your family.



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