Sandra Dee Mize
Sandra Dee Mize
  • May 7, 1959 - November 17, 2017
  • Kansas City, Missouri

Share This Obituary

Sandra Dee Mize (Sandy) died peacefully surrounded by family on November 17, 2017 in Kansas City, Missouri at the age of 58. Sandy was born on Mother's Day, May 7, 1959, in Kansas City, Missouri to William and Margie Mize of North Kansas City, Missouri. She resided in the North side of Kansas City all of her life.

Sandy was preceded in death by her father, William Mize. She is survived by her mother, Margie Frazier and step-father Ron Frazier of Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri. She is also survived by her beloved children, Misty Meek (Clint), Crystal Miller (Ben) and Gregory Utz, Jr.; five grandchildren, Tyler and Logan Miller and Jayse, Ryker and Kahlia Meek; a sister, Tammy Dominguez (Nick) of Tuscan, Arizona and two brothers, Kim Mize of Tuscan, Arizona and William (Bill) Mize of Claycomo, Missouri, as well as five nieces and nephews.

Sandy was a dedicated property manager. She had a passion for underprivileged areas in Kansas City. She helped to coordinate many events and activities to support the adults and children in these communities that she managed. She was constantly providing support, resources and education helping to empower the low income communities and benefiting many families and children.

Sandy enjoyed spending time with her family. She was so very proud of them and would talk about them to anyone who would listen. The holidays were her favorite time of the year. She enjoyed all of the traditions she shared with her family. She was a dedicated fan of her home town teams. Whether it was a Kansas City Chiefs game, Royals baseball game or Sporting KC soccer game you can bet she would be cheering and rallying.

Please help us to celebrate the life of a dedicated and loving daughter, mom, nana, sister and aunt. A visitation will be held at White Chapel Funeral Home on Wednesday, November 22 at 10am followed by a funeral service at 11am, with burial at East Slope Cemetery, Riverside, MO immediately following services. In addition to flowers, the family welcomes donations toward her memorial or donations to Cancer Action Center.

The family would like to thank the University of Kansas Cancer Center, her home health aide, Dorothy, and KC hospice team for their care during the past several months.