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S. Danger webphotoSandra Danger, of Braham, passed away on Friday, December 12, 2014 at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.  She was 67 years old.

FUNERAL SERVICE will be held at 11:00 am on Thursday, December 18, 2014 at the Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Braham.

VISITATION will be held from 5-7 pm on Wednesday, December 17th at the Rock Ingebrand Funeral Home in Braham and 1 hour prior to the service at the church.

INTERMENT will be in the Rice Lake Cemetery in Braham.

In lieu of flowers, memorial may be given to the Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church.

Sandra Annette Danger, of Braham, MN passed away on Friday, December 12, 2014 at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis, MN.  She was 67 years old.

Sandra was born on April 18, 1947 in rural Foley, Minnesota to parents John and Shirley (Lofstrom) Nelson.  She grew up in Foley and attended a one room country school.  She attended Foley High School, graduating in 1965.  She went on to Gustavus Adolphus College, graduating in 1969 with degrees in Education and Biology.  Sandra worked at the University of Minnesota in the Immunology department for three years.   On September 30, 1972, Sandra was united in marriage to Thomas Danger at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Rush City.   During their marriage Sandra worked as a substitute teacher in the Braham, Rush City, and Mora high schools for over 30 years.
Sandra loved the outdoors.  She enjoyed tending to her fish pond, vegetable and beautiful flower gardens. During the summer months Sandra loved the fishing and camping trips in northern Minnesota with her husband Tom.   Sandra was a wonderful cook and baker and volunteered many hours for Braham Pie Day and the Chisago County Fair. Sandra was an accomplished seamstress, making items for church baptisms and confirmations.  She was active in countless groups and activities at Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Church.  Sandra was a very social person and enjoyed visiting with her many friends and family.  She was a truly thoughtful person and would always remember birthdays or special occasions. Each handwritten card made the recipient feel special by including comments unique to them. Sandra always sent a card of thanks for gifts or kindnesses extended to her or Tom. Most of all Sandra loved her husband Tom.  She will be remembered as a gentle, kindhearted, supportive, faithful, genuine, and down to earth person. Sandra will be dearly missed.

Sandra is preceded in death by her parents, step-father Howard Powell, and sister Charlotte Nelson.

She is survived by her husband Tom; step-brothers and sisters, Robert (Colleen) Powell; Carol (Doug) Erickson; Eugene (Shannon) Powell; Jane (David) Shattuck; and Sandra (Rob) Hahn; mother-in-law, Elaine Occhino; sister-in-law Anita (Gus) Gislason; brother-in-law Kevin (Tami) Danger; many nieces, nephews, special godchildren, other relatives and friends.

16 thoughts on “SANDRA DANGER”

  1. Sandy was a faith filled woman. She was telling us how she planned to make more baptisms gowns for our newest members.
    We could always depend on Sandy for rosaries, baked goods, calendar with church members for birthdays, anniversaries.
    A warm friend full of love.
    Tom and family we will miss Sandy. Our thought and prayers are with you.
    Love Kay & Bob

  2. I grew up with cousin Sandy, by Foley Mn. & knew her sister Charlotte. We used to play & roller Skate in her chicken barn! What fun we had! so sorry to hear of her passing. My Condolinces to her hubby. G

  3. God has taken someone very special to so many of us in Braham. You were such an inspiration to us. YOU left big shoes to fill. I will miss you.

  4. Words alone can not explain the loss ,, of your passing Sandy.
    YOU have became a VERY close and DEAR friend ,,,
    I still ”see” you as we enjoyed coffee at Peoples Cafe , last
    Wednesday . Making plans on sharing a lutefisk dinner the next Monday !!
    You brought lots of laughter and joy getting to know you ,, getting you to
    come to the Christian Women’s Gathering each month ,, lastly , to the 1st
    Baptist Christmas Dinner event , with all the beautiful dish’s being shown .
    All my friend’s ,, too ,, enjoyed your company . YOU were loved ,,,
    I am SO going to miss YOU !!! No doubt ,, I’ll be ”seeing” you in my dreams ,,
    as I tend to see folks who has passed on !!!
    Now , you are in HIS tender care ,, guess HE needed you ,,,
    much sooner than we wanted to let you go . Lovingly ,, your sister ”in Christ”,,
    Cora Marie Swenson

  5. Our thoughts and prayers are with Tom and the family. Sandy was such a beautiful and thoughtful person. She just sent Darrell a birthday card. Sorry we can’t be with you at this time.

  6. Dear Tom,
    I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My deepest sympathies to you my friend, you are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Take care of yourself!

    Denise Laska

  7. What a shock to hear of Sandy’s passing. Sandy was a part of my life as far back as I can remember: first as a playmate, friend, and neighbor and then as a classmate. Johnny and Shirley, her parents, were close friends of my parents. In 1953 Sandy and I began our school careers on the same day in our Benton County country school and graduated the same day from Foley High School in 1965. Through the years she was a loyal friend: so kind, patient, and forgiving. Never boastful, she shared her talents quietly and generously. Tom, may the God who gave you the gift of Sandy comfort and sustain you now and in the days ahead. God bless the memory of Sandra Nelson Danger.
    Sharon Selander Medbery
    Browns Valley, MN

  8. Tom, we were so shocked and saddened to get the news about Sandra. She was such a gentle spirit and we enjoyed knowing her over these many years. We’ve always looked forward to our visits around the campfire. She’ll be with us in spirit at future campouts.

    You will be in our thoughts and prayers. You’ve had a tough road to travel of late and we pray you will be comforted by God and your family. Be seeing you soon.

  9. Sandy, by relation, was my husband Mark Lofstrom’s cousin. His father Victor Lofstrom and Sandy’s mother Shirley were brother & sister and grew up in Minneapolis’ Powderhorn Park neighborhood. Sandy was Mark and his sister Joan’s last living cousin. Sandy always remembered our birthdays with a fun card and hastily written update on her and Tom’s life. I marveled at her endless energy to do all she did. My daughter Betsy had just received a birthday card from Sandy for her 27th birthday. When my girls, Betsy & Sara, were young, Sandy also included $5 in their birthday cards. When Sandy’s sister Charlotte passed, Sandy made sure Charlotte’s will was executed as stated.On the deer-hunting opener, Sandy organized yearly turkey dinners & beds for her good friends, Carol & John Homblad, my husband and his buddy Brad Johnson. I haven’t seen Sandy very often lately, my loss. Her lively eyes and stories made each visit memorable however short they were. Sandy had a well-lived life and, as others have said, will be deeply missed. She was a gift from God to all she encountered. Now she is with her dear mother, father and sister once more.

  10. It is sincere sadness when I heard of Sandy’s passing . She was the best and most reliable substitute teacher called on to cover my science classes in Mora. I knew my they were in good hands when called to cover my classes. After my retirement I looked forward to conversation with her at Church and other activities in Braham. She will be missed.
    My condolences to her family

  11. Sincere sympathy to Tom and family, Sandy was always so fun & pleasant to visit with. God has her in his care now.

  12. Tom, I am so sorry to hear of Sandy’s passing. She was a wonderful, loving and caring person. Please know that I am keeping you in my thoughts… Take Care!

  13. Sandy was my first cousin and my classmate through all 12 grades. After Sandy married, I was not living much in Minnesota, so I didn’t see her that often. However, we got closer in recent years through our interest in family history. Sandy was so modest and unassuming in many ways. That was so endearing. She seemed so happy when she could be with her cousins at various events. So sad to have her leave us this young. Tom, I will continue to pray that God will provide the comfort and healing that you need to experience after this great “loss.”

  14. Tom,
    I am so very sorry for your loss. I can hardly believe it, just had such a nice visit with Sandy at Laurie’s retirement party. She appeared so well. What a difficult road it has been for you in the last few years, and now this. I would like to visit with you when you are ready to receive visitors.Just let me know
    My thoughts are with you

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