Sandra Sue Hoyland

of Boerne, TX

June 21, 1941 - August 8, 2023

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Sandra Sue Hoyland, 82, of Boerne, died on August 8, 2023. She was born in Dallas, TX on June 21, 1941 to Raymond Gordon Harrell and Geraldine Louise (Herrick) Harrell. As a child she lived in Ohio and the blimp base in Hitchcock, TX. She attended Santa Fe High School where she was active in Student Council, FHA, Interscholastic League, was the head cheerleader and played both volleyball and basketball. She graduated in 1959.

Sandra married her high school sweetheart, Robert (Bob) Hoyland III, in 1960. Sandra and Bob lived in Spring, TX for most of their married life where Sandra was a stay-at-home mother until 1983 when she became the secretary at Northside Christian Church. In 1985, she went to work for Chevron's Well Control Group in Spring where she worked until she retired in 2004. Sandra and Bob relocated to Bandera after her retirement. Soon after Bob's passing, she relocated to Morningside at Menger Springs in Boerne.

Sandra volunteered her time to help many causes during her life. For many years she published the weekly church newsletter for Northside Christian Church of which, she and Bob were founding members. Sandra was active in the PTO and was a room mom at her kid's schools. She and Bob were strong supporters of Spring Tri Club during the 21 years their five kids were actively involved in the organization and for many years thereafter. Once retired Sandra also volunteered at the Arthur Nagel Community Clinic in Bandera, TX.

Sandra is survived by her five children Shawnna Huser and her husband, Steve, of Kerrville, TX; Lisa Lentz and her husband, Del Ray, of Iola, TX; Vanessa Alton and her husband, Kenneth, of Splendora, TX; Robert Hoyland IV of Boerne, TX; and Wesley Hoyland and his wife, Heather, of Spring, TX. Sandra is also survived by thirteen grandchildren and fourteen great grandchildren.

A memorial service celebrating Sandra's life will be held on Saturday, September 2nd at 3:00pm at Northside Christian Church followed by a light dinner at the church.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Morningside Ministries Senior Living Communities.