Ray, Sandra Brieger


Sandra “Sandi” Ann Brieger Ray was born May 28, 1945. She passed away February 14, 2014 after a long battle with cancer.  Her parents Louis and Gordon Brieger, and sister Gwen Brieger preceded her in death. Sandi is survived by her husband Robert “Bobby” Ray, and daughter, Molly Ray.  Surviving sisters include Linda Maus, Marcia Marshall, Karen Copeland, and sister-in-law Patty Zeplin, and families.  Sandi was the best wife, mother, sister, aunt, neighbor and friend.  She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

Wednesday, February 19th

Visitation and Rosary 6pm – 8:30 pm

North Dallas Funeral Home (972) 241-9100

2710 Valley View Lane, Dallas TX 75234


Thursday, February 20th

Funeral Mass 1:30pm

St. Joseph’s Catholic Church

600 South Jupiter Road, Richardson TX 75081

(Reception to follow)  

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5 replies on “Ray, Sandra Brieger”

Cheryl Vander Linden (Howard) says:

Steve Tanner and I send our sincerest sympathies upon the loss of your beloved, beautiful Sandy. She was such a delightful, kind and loving person to be around. We enjoyed our times together at TJ. Cheryl (Howard) Vander Linden.

Janet Yates says:

What a great gal Sandi was to EVERYONE who ever crossed her path. A gentle, loving soul; there was no one like her. WE will miss her greatly and I treasure the day we met for a delightful lunch with her recently, along with 2 other friends. She looked beautiful and was so engaged.
My best to Bobby, Molly and family.
All my love,

Robert Lorio says:

Bobby/Molly: I am sorry for your loss. Sandi was a good person/wife/mother. I know you will miss her.

Marcia Marshall says:

My dear sister. How can I even begin to sum up in so few words our life together? I know you began to helping to take care of another baby sister when I was little(bath time,etc)and I remember following you around everywhere as a young teenager(maybe because you had a car and would let me “hang” with you). I even came home weekends from college to visit you(again, maybe because you had your own apartment) but what I do know for sure is the close close bond we have shared all our lives. I would not trade one day, one minute for ANYTHING. I have always known that I could count on you for anything and you would be there right by my side to help me out whether it was some trouble I had gotten into ( I know, remember THOSE)or probably not nearly as often something good I had done but still needed my big sis to be by my side. Heck, I even bought my house down the street( I think you were okay witht that?)so we could be close and never was I more glad of that decision than the last few years when you began to get sicker. I was so fortunate that I could just go down the street and be with you as often as I could. To say that I miss you does not even begin to cover how I feel. I miss you and always will. I miss our shopping trips(oh how you wore me out), I miss your smile, your advice, our talks, your hugs and our close sister bond. I love you to the moon and back. Watch out for me big sis..I still need you.
Love, Marcia

Marcia Marshall says:

It doesn’t seem possible that you have been gone 8 years already and I still think I can pick up the phone and call you when I need you. Love you always…

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