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In Memory of

Sandy Kaye Sterzing

December 21, 1943 - August 29, 2017

Obituary


Mrs. Sandra Kaye Mosley Sterzing, a lifelong resident of Austin Texas, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Tuesday, August 29, 2017. The daughter of Lucille V. Mosley and Robert B. Mosley, she was christened as a baby at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church and confirmed at St. David's Episcopal Church both in Austin. Sandy was a 2nd generation Restaurateur, Real Estate Agent, and a devoted mother and wife.

She was a member of Resurrection Episcopal Church serving as President of the Episcopalian Church of Women (ECW) and also served on the...

Mrs. Sandra Kaye Mosley Sterzing, a lifelong resident of Austin Texas, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Tuesday, August 29, 2017. The daughter of Lucille V. Mosley and Robert B. Mosley, she was christened as a baby at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church and confirmed at St. David's Episcopal Church both in Austin. Sandy was a 2nd generation Restaurateur, Real Estate Agent, and a devoted mother and wife.

She was a member of Resurrection Episcopal Church serving as President of the Episcopalian Church of Women (ECW) and also served on the Vestry as Junior Warden. Sandy was a very active member of St. Mark's Episcopal Church. She cherished and adored the Parishioners and Members of St. Mark's and was an advocate of multiple new members of the Church.

Sandy was a member of the William B. Travis High School class of 1962 and has maintained close friendships with classmates ever since. She is best remembered by her classmates as being the beautiful and talented Lead Majorette.

Sandy and her husband, Ross Sterzing were married in 1963 at St. David's Episcopal Church. The couple dedicated their lives to the restaurant industry, operating iconic Austin establishments such as Dellwood Cafeteria, Big Tex Restaurants, and Ross' Old Austin Café to name a few. She was an accomplished business woman and devoted mother and wife that gave all to her children, family, and the community.

Sandy is survived by her husband of 54 years, Ross Sterzing, four children, Dawn Denise (DD), Thomas Ross (TR), Steven Charles, and Kevin Matthew with one grandson, Colin Brice. Sandy had numerous other relatives that she loved and cherished as well.

Sandy touched the lives of many people. She was loved and adored by all and will be dearly missed. She was a beacon of light inside and outside the Church that exemplified the type of compassion and love that God expects us to strive for. May she rest in peace.

A Celebration of Sandy's Life was held on September 8, 2017 at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 2128 Barton Hill Drive, at 5:30 P.M. with a reception that followed the service.