Sandy Ratz
January 6, 1960 - October 19, 2021
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Nashotah, Wisconsin 53058
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Gracefully and peacefully Sandy Ratz of Watertown, Wisconsin went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, October 19, 2021. Always looking towards heaven, Sandy lived her life along with her husband of 39 years, Larry Ratz, redeeming the time until the day of their redemption.   Her passion, along with husband, was to lead…

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Claudia Peterson left a message on November 3, 2021:
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Sandy was one of my favorite employees at DOT. She was so hard working and kind. She always wanted to do the right thing. I also enjoyed getting to know her and her interests. I hope that memories of good times together comfort you in this difficult time. My deepest sympathy. Claudia Peterson.
Hanoch Putra left a message on October 27, 2021:
Greetings. My heartfelt sympathies and deep condolences to Bro Larry, family members and relatives. Sis Sandy has entered into the heavenly abode. She is now with the Lord. It's a great gain for her. "We are always full of courage. We know that as long as long as we are at home in this body we are away from the Lord's home. For our life is a matter of faith, not of sight"(2 Cor. 5:6-7). 'Righteous people die and no one understands or even cares. But when they die no calamity can hurt them. Those who live good lives find peace and rest in death'(Isaiah 57:1-2). We and Bro Larry, Sis Sandy have been in partnership for the work of the gospel for twenty years. Now Sis Sandy is with the Lord. That does not mean Bro Larry is alone. The Lord is with him. 'And l will be with you always, to the end of the age'(Matthew28:20). I noticed Sis Sandy was a gospel-oriented woman of God. She was zealous for God and the outreach work. It's her strong desire and prayer that we would reach the unreached tribal people with the message of the life of Jesus. We are witnesses because we are sent by you. All these years we have been supported by you. Once there was a fire accident in a fishermen colony near a seashore where all of their thatched houses were fully consumed by fire. Having come to know about this great loss Bro Larry and Sis Sandy and Lathrop's sent generous offerings and houses were rebuilt, dug borewells, food materials and blankets were supplied to victims. We have got Christmas outreaches services. I pray that Sis Sandy's long desire for tribal outreach is fulfilled in Jesus name. We are praying for this. We have covered many villages with the gospel with the tribal evangelists and still, there are many peoples groups where Christ is unknown. Our heart desire and prayer is that these poor people groups of my nation be saved. Lepers, slum Children and tribal evangelists and fishermen are praying for that the Holy Spirit may comfort and console you. Thanking you Your brother in Christ Bro Hanoch P
Chris gall left a message on October 26, 2021:
Sandy was an older cousin of mine who always treated me kindly. When I was young the Miszewsli clan would have large gatherings for Christmas and Sandy knew which cookies I liked best and would bring some to me just to make me feel comfortable. I'll always remember her as a kind caring person. I haven't seen her much in my adult life and I am truly sorry for that. I'll always remember her smile and great attitude. Say hi to the folks on the other side and let them know I miss them. Love you Sandy.
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