Sandy Shubert, age 54 of Loudon, went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, February 6, 2021 after an aggressive battle with cancer. She was a proud member of the Philadelphia Fire Department for many years. She was also a member of the Tennessee Red Knights Chapter 7. She was a hands on momma and Mimi, who loved spending time doing crafts with her loved ones. Sandy loved to travel, and her favorite place to be was at the beach. She enjoyed attending Poplar Springs Baptist Church, Riverview Baptist Church, and loved watching numerous local churches online services throughout her illness.
Sandy was preceded in death by father, Johnny Miller Jr.; Father in law, Millard Shubert Jr. “Pap”; Grandparents, Johnny Sr. and Julie Miller, Earl and Frances Thompson, Elmer “Hawk” and Reva Carey; Aunt, Shirley Miller Sledge, and Sue Shaver; Uncles, Paul Miller Sr. (Betty Jo), Butch, Benny, and Van Thompson, Doug Ballard, and Roy McNabb; and Brother in laws, Robert and Mikey Shubert; and one of the five, Tonya Williams.
Sandy is survived by husband, Bobby Shubert; Son, Jordan Collins (Jessica Freeman); Daughter, Ashley Russell (Shawn); Mother, Judy Carey (Bo Don); Mother-In-Law, Lennie “Sue” Shubert; Grandchildren, Allana and Laiklyn Russell, Rose and Joseph Freeman; Sister, Kristi Bilinski (Brandon); Brother, Shane Thompson; Aunts, Juanita Davis (Ken), Freida McNabb, Cathy Ballard, Betty Jean Wade (Gary); Uncles, Roger Thompson (Charlotte), James Miller (Katie), Kenneth Miller (Daisy), Butch Sledge; Brother-In-Law, John Shubert (Anette), Sisters-In-Law, Tammy Shubert and Kathy Massey; Sandy is also survived by a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Extended family; Bill and Debbie Hart, Matt and Megan Chapman, and beach buddy Amelia Chapman.
The family will receive friends on Thursday, February 11, 2021 from 4-7 PM at Loudon Funeral Home. The funeral service will follow at 7PM with Chaplains Craig Brackett and Brandon Roberts officiating. The graveside service will be held on Friday, February 12 at 11:00AM at Davis Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to www.sherrystrong.org by buying the Sherry Strong chemo box.