Sally A. Stancavage

Sally A. Stancavage

April 24, 1939 – June 4, 2022

Age 83.  Passed away unexpectedly of pneumonia at Lakeside Hospital on Saturday, June 4, 2022.  Sally was a long-time employee of Western Electric.  Sally loved traveling, being active in Christ the King Church Circle, the Red Hats, card clubs, Town Hall, collecting her Kohl shopping coupons, and last but not least, visiting the casino.  Sally had a special place in her heart for Brother Jerome O.S.B. and all things Mount Michael.

She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Mildred Stancavage, and special friend, Dale DeBoer.  She is survived by Dale DeBoer’s daughter and family, Malanie (DeBoer) Lunn, and Terry, Austin, and Morgan Lunn.

MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL: Thursday, June 9th at 10am at Christ the King Catholic Church, 654 S. 86th St.  Interment, Calvary Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Essential Pregnancy Services, 6220 Maple St., Omaha 68104.

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  • Barbara Adams Posted June 6, 2022 11:55 am

    We will miss Sally very much and regret that she now passes out of our lives. But we have still have many fond memories of Sally. She was a long-time friend of the Dunn Family — Robert and Mary Lou and their children Barbara, Patricia, Paul, John, and Mary Elizabeth. Over the years we enjoyed many Christmas dinners and Thanksgiving gatherings together with Sally and her parents, John and Mildred Stancavage. We bid a fond and blessed farewell to our dear friend. May she rest in peace in God’s care.

  • Liz Wilson Posted June 9, 2022 8:09 pm

    I have so many fond memories of Sally. She will truly be missed.

    Growing up, Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners were always spent with Sally and her mother and father, Mildred and John. Usually ending with a game of Tripoley or watching slides of their recent travels.

    As a youngster, Sally would always take me to the Western Electric Christmas party where I would visit with Santa and receive a special gift. She also undertook the task of taking my sisters and brothers to the Drive-In movies. What a trooper!!

    Sally took me to Junior Achievement, where she volunteered for many years. I have great memories of learning business basics and making and selling special pen holders through this organization.

    You will be remembered for your beautiful soul and shining example of Catholic service. Rest in peace Sally.

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