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Sandra L. Sinnokrak

Jan 28, 1952 - May 10, 2022


Sandra L. Sinnokrak, age 70, of Sheboygan Falls, died peacefully in her sleep on the morning of Tuesday, May 10, 2022. Sandy was born in Milwaukee, on January 28, 1952, to the late George and Susan Bonzell.

Sandy attended South Milwaukee Senior High School, graduating in 1970, then trained as an X-ray technician at Trinity Memorial Hospital in Cudahy. Sandy worked as an X-ray and CT Technician for Aurora Health Care in Sheboygan for over 30 years, finally retiring in 2014.

Sandy was obsessed with Wisconsin sports, especially the Packers. She cheered so loudly during games that she shook the walls. Sandy also loved entertaining, and her Thanksgiving dinners were legendary. Sandy was known for her generosity to her family and friends; she would do anything for the people she loved, and her life was blessed with dozens of lifelong friends who she considered family. Her whole life, she found peace looking out at Lake Michigan.

Sandy is survived by husband George, of Sheboygan Falls. She is also survived by son, Brian Kuka (Sara Rahmer), of Oshkosh; daughter, Erin Kuka, of Washington D.C.; sister, Patricia Butler, of Brookfield; brother Gary Bonzell, of Green Bay; nephews Michael, Philip, and Steven; nieces Ellen and Andrea. Sandy was preceded in death by her parents, sister Rita Bonzell, brother-in-law Gary Butler, and her first husband of 35 years, John Kuka.

A Mass of Christian Burial for Sandra will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2022, at 11:00 a.m. at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 1305 Humboldt Ave. Sheboygan with Fr. Subi Thomas officiating. Family and friends may gather at the church on Saturday morning from 9:00 a.m. until the time of Mass at 11:00 a.m.

Mass of Christian Burial

Date: Saturday May 21, 2022
Time: 11:00 a.m.
Location: Immaculate Conception Catholic Church [map]


Date: Saturday May 21, 2022
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Location: Immaculate Conception Catholic Church [map]



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Jilan Hosmanek Leschke

My deepest condolences to Sandy's family. I remember her well from when I worked with her sister Rita(🙏) and as Rita's roommate. I pray she didn't suffer and God has embraced her eternally. Godspeed Sandy🙏🙏

Kaye L Daane

I so enjoyed working with Sandy years ago at the Clinic. She had this no nonsense... let's get the job done attitude but at the same time, a great sense of humor and a caring, generous spirit. I'm sorry I was unable to attend the service today but am sending you my sincere sympathy. Kaye Daane

Su zan Gardner

Pat, Our prayers are with you and Sandy's family. Your good memories will be treasures. Love you, Don and Suzann

Pat Butler

I had the privilege of having the best sister in the whole world for over 70 years. Sandy made life better for all who knew her. She is greatly missed.

Ann Wieseckel

My heartfelt sympathy to Sandy’s children. She was a wonderful lady and I enjoyed getting to know her at Aurora. She had such compassion for everyone she met. May your fond memories help you through this sad time.

Marcee Zimmermann

Sandy had a true heart of gold! She was full of life and positive energy and was great for a funny story. Always saw her eyes light up when she would talk about her family and going on vacation and of course her grand-puppy. I saw her ever 4 weeks on the button for years! I will truly miss our conversations, her wisdom and that smile!

Barbara Wessler

My prayers and thoughts are with all Sandy’s family. God’s blessings for peace and comfort. My sincerest sympathy.

Margy Horneck

Sincere sympathy to Sandy’s family and friends. What an amazing woman! I worked with Sandy many years. Her expertise and experience in her field was exceptional. She was a true caregiver to all. A life well lived. She will be greatly missed. Blessings on her and all those many lives she touched.

Karen Kautzer

So sorry to hear of Sandy's passing. I hope she enjoyed her retirement to the fullest. Sandy was a great person to work with. I'm sure she will be missed by all who knew her. My deepest sympathy.


Sandy was always a joy to work with, a smile that could light up a room. Hope you are at peace.