Sandra Kraft Death, Obituary – Sandra Elizabeth Kraft, who lived in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, passed away abruptly and unexpectedly on December 17, 2022. She was 79 years old at the time of her passing. Her family is going through a period of tremendous sadness as a result of the unanticipated demise of her mother. On November 24th, 1943, Sandy was brought into this world in York, Pennsylvania. Her parents, Vincent J. Calano and Doris Mitchell Moul, have both left this world since she was born.

New Oxford was where she completed her secondary education and earned her diploma. Sandy took an early retirement from Borg Warner and, after leaving the firm, managed a variety of small businesses, including HiFly Hobbies, Monikraft, and Lumenation’s by Mr. K. She managed the silent auctions held by the International Guild of Miniature Artisans in addition to being a trustee and secretary of the organization known as IGMA (the International Guild of Miniature Artisans).

She devoted a lot of time and effort to her profession as a miniature artist. In her role as Vice President of the American Legion Women’s Auxiliary, she had a strong commitment to the organization’s mission of assisting veterans around the country. Sandy’s interests included traveling to new places, spending time with her cherished cats, and rooting for the Buffalo Bills. She is survived by her beloved husband Timothy Kraft, their daughters Sherry Bosserman and Colleen Weisfeld, as well as their son Michael Kraft.

In addition to her children, she is survived by her grandkids (Cristine). She is also survived by her brothers Donald Moul II (and his wife Holly), Douglas Moul (and his wife Deena), David Moul, Dennis Moul (and his wife Dotty), and Daniel Moul (and her husband Lori), her sister in law Kerry Freund (and her husband Randy), her brothers in law Steve Kraft (and his wife Kathleen) and Gregory Kraft (and his wife Sharon), her uncle Dean Feree, and her goddaughter Dawn Bennett.

She was preceded in death by her husband Sandy, who was a grandmother to six children, regarded her position as one that bestowed upon her a feeling of honor and pride. Sarah Bosserman Matulewicz, Nathaniel Kraft, Bradley Weisfeld, SGT Jonathan Kraft, Sydney Weisfeld and Elizabeth Kraft. Nonna is Connor Matulewicz’s great-grandmother, and he refers to her as Nonna.