Sandra Jean Haycook

June 16, 1949 ‒ January 05, 2018

Howard, Ohio
Formerly of Mount Gilead, Ohio

Sandra “Sandy” Haycook (nee Crum), 68, of Howard, Ohio, formerly of Mount Gilead, Ohio, passed away unexpectedly at her winter residence in Safety Harbor, Florida on Friday, January 5th, 2018. Sandy was born June 16, 1949 in Marion.

Sandy will be forever remembered for her love of life and family. She was a successful entrepreneur of many businesses and proud owner of a premier award-winning salon. Her creativity was unmatched and could whip anything up in a short notice. She enjoyed being by the water and close to a beach. She was the #1 Granny to us and always our biggest fan.

She will be dearly missed by her beloved husband of 48 years, Charles “Chip” Haycook; Sons, Eric (Robyn) and Aaron (Heather); 7 grandchildren, Nora, Hallie, Landon, Kaela, Camryn, Brooke, Josie; three sisters, Janis, Connie and Carmen; one brother Larry; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents, Warren and Mary Catherine Crum.

Please join in a Celebration of Life with the family on Saturday, February 10th from 2 – 6 at the Richland Road Church of Christ, 535 Richland Road, Marion. Service at 2:30, with the Celebration to follow.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

  • Aaron, Eric, Chip –

    So sorry to hear about Mom / Sandy. I’ll always have great memories of chatting with her in the house on the hill, and at Studio Posh. Wishing y’all peace during this time.


  • Dear Chip, Eric and Aaron,
    We are so sorry for your loss. We have wonderful memories of all the fun times we shared together. Sandy was my best friend through think and thin in our “early married years” and “retirement years”. We are grateful we lived in Apple Valley together these past few years. I have things she gave me or told me to buy in every room of my house and I loved our shopping expeditions! I will always appreciate how much she cared about our family. She was proud of each and everyone of her family and loved you all. She always had something to share about each child after your visits. Your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Nancy & Dan

  • Dear Chip and family, We were very sadden to hear of Sandy’s passing ,I still cant believe she is gone. I’m glad we had a great time when you came in our flea market in Fredericktown , and then came back to us in our Relics Plus store Marengo. You and Chip were always great with our kids and we all had a lot in common. I will miss texting you updates on our phones of how the kids were doing R I P Love you and Chip.
    Jerry Debbie Katelynn Andrew and Emily Votaw