Penwell Turner Funeral Home - Shelby, Ohio

Sandra Kay (Noland) Lucius

Sandra Kay Lucius, age 68, of Shelby, went to be with the Lord after an extended illness on Sunday, January 4, 2015 at her home.


She was born January 31, 1946 in Shelby, the daughter of Bazil Lloyd and Betty J. (Schimp) Noland. Sandy loved caring for her family as a housewife and a mother. 


On December 28, 1963 she married Robert J. Lucius and he survives along with their children:

Dennis (Jamie) Lucius of Shelby, Lorri (Glenn) Bragg of Marengo, Timothy (Sharon Sue) Lucius of Fredericktown; 7 grandchildren: Joshua Lucius, Bobby Lucius, Glenn T. “Bogie” Bragg, Michael Bragg, Sandra Frederick, Hannah Lucius and Amber Lucius; numerous great grandchildren; 3 sisters: Gretchen Robertson of Shelby, Irene (Larry) Sheridan of Arizona; Eileen (Paul) Evans of Fremont; nieces, nephews and other relatives. She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother: Lloyd Noland.


Friends and family are welcome on Tuesday January 6, 2015 from 5-8 PM at the Turner Funeral Home, 168 West Main Street, Shelby where funeral services will be held on Wednesday, at 10:30 AM with Pastor Thomas Blair, of First Assembly of God in Mansfield, officiating. Burial will follow in Oakland Cemetery in Shelby.


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Memories & Condolence

  1. Jari Amburgey says:

    To the family…I am sorry to hear of Mama’s passing. She will be missed by many. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers. May God comfort you in the days ahead.

  2. Bob Cassity says:

    I was saddened to see Sandy had passed away (Mansfield News Journal). Sorry for your loss. We were back to back neighbors to the Nolan family way back in the 1950-60’s. Sandy was such a sweet girl with her high hopes for the future. I haven’t seen her in decades, but do recall meeting up with her at the former Mansfield General Hospital in late 1960’s or early 1970’s when we were having a practice disaster drill and she brought students to be in the drill as practice patients. It was early that dark morning maybe 7:30 am. What a pleasant surprise when we met and she said hello and told me who she was. I must have been half awake anyway. We were like two familiar ships passing in the night, a wave and then gone. Such good memories of such a wonderful girl that grew up and mothered a family of her own. There’s a song by Barbra Streisand, “The Way We Were” that sums it all up for us.

  3. Jill Humphrey says:

    I am so very sorry for your loss.
    I know she was a very special lady.
    Timmy and Joey are amazing little guys, and I know it is because they come from such a wonderful family.
    Sending prayers for comfort for all of you.
    Jill Humphrey

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