Sandra M. Cowen
Friday 8th of January 1937 - Monday 17th of December 2018
Tates Creek Presbyterian Church
3900 Rapid Run Drive, Lexington, KY
Sandra M. (nee Johnson) Cowen, 81, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on December 17, 2018 following a recent stroke. Born January 8, 1937, Sandra was the daughter of Loren Johnson and Mary Virginia Johnson Henry. Sandra was a daughter, sister, nurse, friend, wife, mother and grandmother. She fulfilled all these roles with love, grace, humor, joy, and perseverance. And most importantly, she was a child of God, accepting Him as her Savior in 1968.
In addition to her beloved husband David, Sandra is survived by her children: Laura McCollum (Steve), David Cowen (Katrina), Greg Cowen (Selena), and Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch (John); her grandchildren: Tyler (Cati), Hannah, Joel, Spencer, Caleb, Bailey, Brynn, Micah, and Ian; great-granddaughter (Eloise); and her brother Mick Johnson (Pat).
A memorial service will be held on December 31, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at Tates Creek Presbyterian Church, 3900 Rapid Run Drive, Lexington, KY. Memorial contributions may be made to Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, KY or to Bible Study Fellowship Global Impact Corp.“To God be the glory-great things He has done!”
From all your friends and neighbors in the Ashgrove Woods HOA we rejoice at the opportunities Sandra and David provided for fellowship in their home during their stay in the "hood." Thank you for wonderful memories and enjoying sunsets on your front porch. My the Lord receive you with delight as you live on in our hearts. Thank you for being part of our family and neighborhood.
I was so sorry to read of Sandra's passing. We were friends many years ago in BSF. I'll always remember the laughter we shared and the wise counsel she gave. What a blessing she was. May you be surrounded by the very special memories you shared with this very special woman of God.
So sorry for the loss of Mrs. Cowen. May the God of comfort, be your refuge and strength, a help that is readily found in times of distress. ( Psalm 46:1)