Sandra Lee Squires Camp

August 14, 1939 - March 30, 2024

Visitation: Sunday, April 7, 2024, 3-6 pm; Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry Township

Service: Monday, April 8, 2024, 11 am; Victory Family Church

Sandra Lee Squires Camp, 84, of Pine Township, formerly of Rochester, went home to be with her Savior on Saturday March 30, 2024. Born on August 14, 1939, she was the daughter of the late Dale and Agnes (Hohlman) Squires. She was the loving wife to the late William Camp for 58 years.
Sandra was a 1957 graduate of Rochester High School. She volunteered her time at Lifeline of Beaver County for years, sharing wisdom, compassion, and counseling young women on family, marriage, and life choices. Sandra also volunteered and served in many capacities at her church, Victory Family Church, for many years. She served as a Prayer Partner, and taught the Women of Victory bible study, sharing her love for Jesus and her life experiences as a wife and mother to countless women of all ages. Sandra loved to play the piano, and she was a marvelous cook and baker.
More than anything, Sandra will be remembered as a devoted and selfless wife, mother, grandmother and friend. Her greatest joy was spending time with her family.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her sister Joyce Squires Mitchell.
She is survived by her five children, William Jr., his wife Joelene and their daughter Mia of Cincinnati, OH; Steven and his children Alexis, Steve Jr., and Anthony of Kissimmee, FL; Chris, his wife Julie of New Brighton, PA and their daughters Courtney, Christa, Camryn and Cassidy; Alicia Tresky and her children Caleb and Joshua of Zelienople, PA; Kevin, his wife Mindy and their children Marissa, Michael, and Gianna of Beaver, PA, as well as many beloved cousins, nieces and nephews.

Family and friends are welcome on Sunday from 3-6 pm at Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry Township, 2678 Rochester Road, Cranberry Township. A Funeral Service celebrating Sandy’s life will be held Monday at 11 am at Victory Family Church, with Pastor John Nuzzo officiating.
Interment will be held privately at The National Cemetery of The Alleghenies, where Sandy will be laid to rest with her beloved husband, Bill.

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  • Louise Gomory

    Thank you for being my best friend while on earth. Looking forward to seeing you at the marriage supper of the lamb. Maranatha, Louise

  • Mike & Maria Warenski

    Maria and I send our condolences. We spent some time with Aunt Sandy and Uncle Willie when we were at Nana’s 85th birthday many years back. Sandy and Willie were a blessing to all.

  • Bob and Kristine Merrick

    Sandy was such an inspiration and mentor to me for many years during our time together at Lifeline. She was an anointed teacher a special friend. I always admired her kindness and thoughtful ways. She was very meticulous and thorough but always gracious and fun to be with. A true gentlewoman of the Faith. So honored to call her friend. She will be missed. Lovingly remembered.

  • Jamie & Stephanie Christon

    Our Condolences to the family, She touched so many lives over the years including ours. We pray for comfort and peace.

  • Linda Renzo Sant’Eufemia

    Wil, Joelene, Mia and the family of Mrs. Camp, please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss. I know that she has been a source of love and inspiration to all of you. That was clearly understood when you spoke her name.

  • JOHN and Karin Oberg

    Dear Chris and family, we are sending our deepest sympathy to you and family on the passing of u beautiful Mom !! YOU are all in our thoughts and prayers !! May u all feel God’s healing Love !!

  • Vicky East

    Bill and Sandy were two of my favorite people in the world. They both made such a positive impact in my life. Sandy was a great friend and source of wisdom for me. She was always so encouraging. I love all of the Camp family and will be praying for you during this season of loss.

  • Megan Kabatt

    With much love and admiration you will always remembered as a dear aunt, mom, mentor and friend…. All my love,
    Megan Joyce Mitchell Kabatt

  • Dr Francine McCauley

    Dearest Family of Willie and Sandy: With our sincere condolences and gratitude to have known your beautiful family all the years… a cherished privilege forevermore. May you know allways ~~
    the memories will never fade for both Willie and Sandy and each of you🙏 With great warmth and love for each of you 🙏

  • Valerie Dziabiak

    Sandy was a beautiful lady with alot of Godly wisdom. She moves on from here to the arms of her loving father leaving a legacy of love, kindness, integrity compassion and the heart of Jesus. I was blessed to know her!

  • Karin Summers

    My heart goes out to all of you. She has definitely left an impactful legacy on so many people. She certainly used the many gifts God gave her to bless others. The greatest gift she ever gave me was when she and Ms. Patty Nuzzo prayed over me to receive the Holy Spirit and the ability to speak in tongues in 2007. Well done Ms. Sandy!!! Enjoy your celebration with our Savior!


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