BOUNTIFUL, UTAH Sandra Sally Anderson Nuttall was born on July 7th 1934 and passed away peacefully on September 2, 2021 in Bountiful, Utah from causes incident to age.
She was the second of three girls born to William Edward and Lorna Carstensen Anderson. She spent her childhood in Ogden attending Polk Elementary School, Central Junior High and graduated from Ogden High School in 1952. She then attended Utah State University and affiliated with Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She met her husband, Norm Nuttall, while attending USU. They married shortly after graduation on June 6, 1955.
They were stationed in San Leandro, California while Norm finished his service as a second lieutenant in the US Army. At the end of this service their daughter Tracy was born, followed by a son, Scott and a daughter, Lezlie. They first settled in Salt Lake City and later Ogden and finally in Bountiful where they resided for the remainder of their lives. In their later years they would spend winters at their home in Mesquite, Nevada.
In 1968 Norm and Sally started a business, Nuttall Bernina Sewing Center. Together they grew this business and eventually it became the largest Bernina Dealership in the world with eight retail stores. Norm and Sally enjoyed camping and sailing on the Great Salt Lake and Bear Lake. They traveled extensively throughout the world. Sandra loved playing Bridge and was a Life Master. She loved flowers and loved to garden. She loved to read and read at least one book a week. She was exceptionally witty and had a keen intelligence even until the end. Sandra’s greatest pleasure in life was her family. She thought that there was nothing better than holding a new great-grand baby and she loved watching her great-grandkids play.
She was preceded in death by her husband and her parents. She is survived by her two sisters, Kay Ballif and Caroline Locanderher; three children, Tracy Chapman (Steve) Scott Nuttall (Marsha) and Lezlie Paterson (Bob); ten grandchildren, Mark, Max, Andra, Aubree, Alexandria, Quinten, Jake, Jasmine, Blake and Holly; also survived by fifteen great-grandchildren.
The family wishes to thank Lakeview Hospital for their excellent care of our mom in the last few days of her life. Funeral Services will be held at Lindquist Mortuary, 727 North 400 East, Bountiful, Utah on Wednesday, September 8th. A viewing will be held from 12:30-1:30 PM and services at 2:00 PM with the Interment following at Bountiful City Cemetery.