Priesmeyer, Sandy Ross


Sandy was born in Eagle Lake, TX and raised in Garwood, TX. His parents William X. and Lonnie A. (Powell) Priesmeyer preceded him in death as did his sister, Yolanda L. Snavely, brother, Xavier Mark Priesmeyer, and sister Zoann A. Priesmeyer.  The family is now together again in heaven and we know that they and our beloved Rosa Garcia were there to guide him home.

Sandy leaves behind his wife of 45 years, Debbie D. (Brown) Priesmeyer, his children – daughter, Aymie J. Priesmeyer, and son, Andy R. and Jeimy Priesmeyer.

Granddaughters Alexis, Melanie, and Suzanna. Grandsons Delvin, Dravin, Daevin, Adrian and Tommy. His beloved grand-furbabys, Little Bit, Lovlie, Blu, Big Kitty and Little Kitty. He was truly loved and adored by all.

Sandy moved to Dallas when he was 15 and met Debbie shortly after arriving. It was love at first sight and that love never wavered. He remained in Dallas and began his career as a salesman in Wholesale Foreign Car Parts at the age of 17. He never left this industry and was trusted and respected by all that he met.

He loved his cousins Ronnie and wife Marsha Priesmeyer, Harry and wife Tina Priesmeyer, and Richard and wife Faye Byrd, and their children.

He will also be missed by his loving neices and nephews – Damien and wife Lacey Snavely, Desiree and husband Chris Fine. Stephanie Brown, Ryan Brown and fiancee Madeleine Hill.

If you notice something flying through the sky, it’s probably Sandy on heavens golf course working on his 4th hole in one.

At Sandy’s request there will be no service. Please remember him in your hearts, and be a kind and gentle human like he was.


4 replies on “Priesmeyer, Sandy Ross”

Eduard Laureano says:

Rest in Peace my friend!! (Alias BMW trouble maker) You were a truly son of GOD. My condolences to the family!!

Jeremy Bradford says:

Great man and great family. All our prayers to you all.

Tina Priesmeyer says:

Debbie, this is such a special tribute to our loving Sandy. He will be greatly missed by so many of us🙏🏻💕

John Odom says:

I had the pleasure of working with Sandy for 13 years at BMW. I will always remember Sandy as The Nicest Human I have ever met. I’m truly saddened by his passing. The world needs more people like him. Your Friend John

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