Sandra Jo Peterson Frampton

1/29/1939 ~ 11/1/2019

Sandra Jo Peterson Frampton was born on January 29, 1939, in Fillmore, Utah. She was the second of four daughters born to Reed and Pearl Peterson. She passed away peacefully surrounded by husband, children and sisters on November 1, 2019.
Sandy was an elegant and beautiful woman who married the love of her life, Kent Frampton, on October 11, 1957, in the Manti, Utah Temple.
Sandy worked in accounting for West Valley City for 18 years. She was an excellent number cruncher, who was known as the first one in to work and the last one to leave each day. She was a dedicated member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. She served in many positions within the church, including Relief Society, Young Women’s and her favorite – Primary. She loved serving in the nursery and as a primary teacher. As dementia overtook her mind, she often wondered where her Primary manual was, so she could plan her lesson for Sunday. She served her family most of all and never hesitated to help anyone in need.
She is survived by her loving husband of 62 years, her three children, Kelly (Ren) Robison, Michael (Jen) Frampton, and Patricia Clarke, 13 grandchildren, 18 great grand children and 5 great-great grandchildren, her three best friends and sisters, Sammy Harward, Glenda Walker and Micky Robison, as well as many dear nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents.
Funeral services will be Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at the Willow Creek 3rd Ward, 2400 Alta Canyon Dr, Sandy, UT 84093, with a viewing beginning at 8:30 a.m. under the care of Rasmussen Mortuary. Interment and final resting place with be in the Fillmore City Cemetery following the funeral. We would like to thank all of the staff at Canyon Home Care and Hospice, who helped care for our dear wife, mother and grandmother. Online condolences

7 Responses to “Sandra Jo Peterson Frampton”

  1. Dwight and Diane says:

    We are so sorry for the loss of our sweet Sandra.
    Prayers and tons of love.

  2. Bonnie Carter says:

    I served with Sandy many times. What I remember is her complete willingness to cheerfully do whatever was asked and then do more. She had a special love for everyone. I always felt accepted and never judged by her. She was a lot of fun to be around. She just seemed happy. Hold on to good memories so you will continue to feel her love.

  3. Rosemary Ellison says:

    I love my dear friend, Sandy. I always looked for her to sit by in church or say hello to. She and Kent were always so kind to me and my family. They helped me many times. I will miss her. I know she will be happier in heaven than the last few years here.
    Love to you, Kent and to you, Patty.

  4. Joanne Nerbecki says:

    Aunt Sandra such a loving, classy, caring lady, a heart of gold. May you rest in peace. So sorry for her loss to the entire family. I adored her when I met her and always. Always spoke of kind words and open arms. Forever in my heart. An Angel on earth and now in the ever after. Love Joanne

  5. Sandi Mackintosh says:

    Our hearts are heavy at the loss of such a wonderful friend and neighbor. Sandy did everything she was called on to do and always did it so perfectly. She quietly served, never expecting any accolades for her many acts of service. I will always remember her smile and her gratitude for everything and everyone. We will always be here for you Kent, as you have been a dear friend to all of us in the neighborhood for so many years. You cared for Sandy with all the love you had to give and you will never have regrets. She will be watching over you closely as you have been the love of her life!! We love you and pray for you to feel the Lord’s peace and comfort now and always. Love to you and your family,
    Dean & Sandi Mackintosh

  6. Marie Guarascio says:

    Sandra was such a kind and considerate lady. Enjoyed working with her at the city. May she Rest In Peace.

  7. Jayne Glines says:

    So sorry to see Sandy go. I was her visiting teacher for a number of years with Lorraine Kent. I loved nothing better than to visit with both Kent and Sandy. Their tender love and care for each other was truly an example to me. All my best to Kent and the family. Jayne