Sandra Blotkamp

Sandra Lee Blotkamp

Thursday, September 29th, 1949 - Thursday, August 13th, 2020
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Sandra Lee Hill Foley Blotkamp (70) left this earth to meet up with Jesus on August 13, 2020. The welcoming party in heaven is one for the ages. She was born in Butte on September 29, 1949 to Lempi and Emil Hill. She graduated from Butte High in 1967, the same year she married Craig Foley. They had daughters Tonya and Tiffany, divorcing in 1979 and remaining lifelong friends. Sandra married Bruce Blotkamp in 1982 and shared his two children Chad and Heather to complete her beloved blended family. Then came her dearest grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Sandra loved life! She stayed active in water aerobics, bowling, book club, gardening and bible study. She enjoyed fishing, gambling, music of all kinds but especially Elvis, dancing or playing anything with her grandkids, and being a fervent patriot to her country!

Anyone who knew Sandra would agree there are no words to describe her huge loving and welcoming personality. She was a natural comedian and had open arms for everyone! Laughter was always her medicine and she shared her prescription with anyone she met! She would dance to the music in an elevator just to bring a smile to the other riders on their quick trip to the second floor!

Sandra is survived by her husband Bruce, daughters Tonya(Dan), Tiffany(Al), Heather(Sean), and son Chad(Rhonda); grandchildren Cyan(Dave), Ren, Tristan, AJ, Brittan, Jacob, Matthew, Charley, Fiona; great grandchildren Scarlet and Hudson. Her friends span the globe. And we were ALL her favorite!

Death has no victory over Sandra. We give her back to God who holds the keys to life.

Mom/Grandma/Friend, your EVERYTHING is missed.

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Because we would love to gather as many friends and family as possible to share stories and give hugs we will plan a large celebration of life next year.
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Jackie Lukasik

Posted at 12:00am
I met Sandra through BSF and liked her immediately. Her enthusiasm, joy in the Lord, and love for every woman there was contagious. She was a one of a kind and a treat to know.
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Jean Richardson

Posted at 03:11pm
So sorry for your loss. Sandy was awesome. Gradated high school with her. Always enjoyed visiting with her at class reunions. She was always soooo fun. God bless you all and bring comfort to you through your wonderful memories:) Jean Tritica Richardson

The Provost Family

Posted at 02:41am
Today and forever in our hearts.
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Kelley provost

Posted at 02:27am
I grew up as an "extra" in Sandi and Bruce's home on Harriet. Tiffany is my best friend and the entire family welcomed me as their own. In the 9th grade, by nature not a known favorite time to hang with teenagers; Sandi and Bruce surprised Tiffany and I with a road trip down to Reno, NV to visit Tonya, Dan and 9 month old Cyan... The trip in the van was fun, laughter filled the miles and even when we broke down in Winnemucca the fondest memories were made. Sandi taught me that pineapple belongs in cottage cheese, that pot roast deserves some side dishes and that donuts are delicious well past fresh. I love you, sweet Sandi. Thank you for being our mom. Our talk show is really going to be awesome when we meet again. Love, Your Kelley Jean

Anne Blotkamp

Posted at 10:00pm
Sister-in-law Sandi made the best potato salad and she shared her secret ingredient: Durkees! She lit up our lives and left this world in a blazing sunset. ❤️ Annie and Tucker

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