Sandra Gabby Obituary, Death- The passing of Sandra “Sandy” Dawn Gabby took place on June 18, 2023, when she was 63 years old. Fort Sill, Oklahoma was the location where she made her debut on April 24, 1960.
Her parents were Richard Lee Hadley and Virginia May (Whistler) Hadley. Before moving to Copan, Oklahoma with her family, Sandy completed her elementary education in Clarksville, Tennessee, and in Bindlach, Germany. After the migration, she enrolled in the public schools in Copan. Her family moved to Bartlesville when she was a senior in high school, and she attended and eventually graduated with honors from Sooner High School there in 1978.
In addition to being a skilled musician and athlete, she was a member of the National Honor Society. She also participated in athletics. She was a talented pianist and flutist, as well as an athlete who participated on the high school’s tennis and basketball teams.
After completing her studies, she obtained a license from the Oklahoma State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology. When Sandy opened and ran the Sandra D Salon in Bartlesville, she was able to realize her lifelong goal of running her own beauty parlor.
Her wedding to Mark Werner Gabby took place on November 15th, 1991. She was devoted to her roles as a daughter, wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend to a large number of people. Crocheting was one of her favorite hobbies, and as a result, her loved ones frequently received stunning handicrafts that she had crocheted. Both Ohio State University and animals have a special place in her heart.
Sandy was a Christian who devoted her life to serving the Lord and lived her life in accordance with her beliefs.
She found great satisfaction in reading, meditating on, and communicating the truths of God’s word to others. Sandra’s father, Richard Lee Hadley, and her mother, Virginia May Hadley, as well as her nephew, Tyler Jordan Hinkle, and her brother-in-law, William Bryan Lockhart, passed away before she was born. Sandra is survived by her husband, Mark Gabby; their daughters Amy Brite and husband Matt, and Julie Gabby; their son, Adrian Gabby.
their sisters Diane Hadley Hinkle and husband George, and Connie Hadley Lockhart; their grandchildren Ivan, Kallin, Paige, Mayzie, and Mackenzie; and a total of fourteen nieces, nephews, and their families. At this moment, services are not yet available. Donations to the Breast Cancer Awareness Association and The Journey Home can be made in lieu of flowers at this time.