Sandra Lucille Lahrman

Sandra Lucille (Hopper) Lahrman, 79 of Zionsville, went to her Heavenly home, Tuesday morning, May 1, 2018. She was born on March 8, 1939, in Indianapolis to the late Charles E. and Viola M. (Scott) Hopper, Sr. She was a graduate of Zionsville High School. On August 26, 1958 she married her husband of more than fifty-nine years, Donald E. Lahrman. He survives.

Sandra worked for many years at Citizens Bank & Trust in Lebanon, Farmers State Bank in Zionsville, and then for Zionsville Community Schools. She enjoyed sewing, gardening, canning, her church activities, and her family, especially her grandchildren. She was a member of Eagle Creek Evangelical Friends Church.

She is survived by her Husband, Donald Lahrman, Zionsville, two children: Donna (Roy) McClure, Zionsville, Ray Lahrman, Zionsville, three grandchildren: Cassandra Collins, Alexandra Collins, Caleb Collins, siblings: Robert Hopper, Tipton, Bill Hopper, Lebanon, Charles Hopper, Jr., Zionsville, and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, and sister, Ruth M. Morgan.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 2:00 PM, Friday, May 4, 2018, at Eagle Creek Friends Church, 18103 Eagletown Road, Westfield, Indiana 46074, with Pastor John J. Cloe, Jr. officiating. Friends may visit with the family on Friday at the church from 12:00 PM until time of service. Memorial contributions may be made to the Boone County Cancer Society (Lebanon, IN), envelopes will be provided at the service. You are invited to visit where you may leave an online condolence for the family. Servies & Morgan Funeral Home has been entrusted with the funeral arrangements.

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9 thoughts on “Sandra Lucille Lahrman

  • Anita Shelburne Graham

    So sorry to hear about Sandra. My husband and I graduated with her and Sandra and I ran around in the same group, Her smile and laugh brightened the day. Just last June we went out to have tenderloin sandwiches and catch up on each other’s news. I will miss seeing her when back in Indiana.

  • Nathan Davis

    Thanks for all the great memories Sandra! You were a joy to be around and always lots of fun and laughter! I always remember you smiling (and chewing gum of course) 🙂 I remember you being my Sunday School teacher and listening to you when you sang in The Chorale. I also remember some pizza parties at your house back in the day! You are going to be greatly missed but I will see you again one day and looking forward to a very large reunion with yourself and many other friends who we can share an eternity with, and you have already seen our Savior and I know that’s in my future as well! Prayers for family and friends, sending my love!

    Nathan Davis

    • Connie Smith McDowell

      Our condolences to all family members. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. So very sorry for your loss. I am a second cousin to Sandra and have very fond memories of her. She will be truly missed by all.
      God Bless,
      Connie Smith McDowell and family

  • Cheryl Bailey

    Sandy was beautiful inside and out. She was kind, caring, smart, funny and loving. She was a blessing. I am thankful for her kind teaching and spirit. She will be missed!

  • Debb Estes

    Sandra was one of my favorite people.
    Loved her alto voice/infectious laugh/generous heart.
    Heaven’s gain.
    Debb Estes

  • Jo Carol Thompson

    Sincerest condolences to Sandras family! I ALWAYS remember Sandra as having pretty clothes and her hair just perfect. She always had
    the sweetest smile and she spread hope and cheer wherever she was. She will be missed!

  • Molly Beardsley

    Sandra was always so giving to my mom. She always included her on holidays. I will always be grateful for her kindness. I never saw her that she didn’t give me some jar of green beans or something else she had caned from her garden. Her legacy is sharing and kindness to others.