In Memory

Sandra Kay Johnson (Walker)

Sandra Kay Walker

Dr Sandra Kay “Sandee” Walker, 70, of Vining, Minnesota unexpectedly passed away on Tuesday, February 12th, 2019 at St Cloud Hospital. Funeral services to celebrate her life will be held on Saturday March 2nd at Folden Lutheran Church, Vining, MN. Service at Noon presided by Paster Rud Wasson Jr. with food and fellowship to follow.

Our beloved mother was born Sept. 5th, 1948 in Fergus Falls, the daughter of James Russell and Marie Elizabeth (Schmidt) Johnson. On Aug. 3rd 1973 she married John Winfield Walker at Trinity Lutheran Church in Fergus Falls, MN. Together they became members of Unity of Tucson. She graduated from SDSU in Pharmacy then Dayton’s School of Interior Design with a masters level design certification. She became, a nationally recognized, award winning interior designer. Her love of children led her to become a Cub Scout Den Leader, Cub Master and also oversaw the Southern Arizona Cub Scout day camps for many years. After retiring from Interior Design, she found her true love in helping others thru work as Naturopathic Doctor. She taught her clients across many states how to heal themselves through nutrition; which she did until her transition.

She is survived by her 2 sons; Shaun Russell (Laura) Walker of White Bear Township, MN and Brett Winfield Walker of Vining, MN; 3 Sisters, Beth (Steve) Roehl, Marcy (John) Ugstad and Christine (Floyd) Johnson, all of Fergus Falls, MN and 6 grandchildren; Keenan, Autumn, Solaur, Emma, Samuel, and James.

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19/02/19 12:39 PM #1    

Kathryn K Kantrud (Dahl)

I will always remember Sandee with a smile on her face and her sparkling eyes.

Sandee and I were great friends in grade shcool at Madison. 

My Mom was our Campfire Girls leader and oh my did we have fun.  Lots of giggling going on!

Sandee and her sisters were all so cute! Her Mom was beautiful.

How we will miss her smile and delightful personality.

God Bless Sandee and keep her safe.













19/02/19 08:54 PM #2    

Jane Solberg (Rinehart)

Sandee has been a dear friend of mine since we were in second grade and walked to and from Madison school together.  We shared so many good times.  I was also in the campfire girl group with her.  Her Indian name was Minnehaha, Laughing Waters.  It fit her so well.  She was always up to something.  Such an energetic, good person, and so positive about life, regardless of what she had to deal with.  I remember how she would bless things that were difficult.  I will miss her so much.  

19/02/19 10:04 PM #3    

Judy Ann Thompson (Carlson)

I was shocked to hear of Sandee’s passing.  So many crazy times we had.  In recent years we lived within 20 miles of each other yet I hadn’t seen her since our reunion.  We had left a couple of voicemails for each other intending to get together for lunch once the weather calmed down somewhat.  Regrettably that day never came.  It’s too easy to become so involved in our own little world forgetting that we never know what tomorrow may bring.  Rest In peace dear friend. 



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