Sandra Wormuth


Sandra Wormuth, 76, of Ballston Spa passed away on Friday, November 15, 2019 after a long illness. Born in Ballston Spa, New York on January 16, 1943, she was the daughter of the late Lloyd and Frances Emigh.

Sandy graduated from Saratoga High School in 1961. Alongside her husband she ran Lou’s Mobile Home and Camper Supplies in Halfmoon for over 30 years. She was involved with the Adirondack Beagle Club for years, loved hunting and baking for her family. She was a long time member of the Simpson United Methodist Church in Rock City Falls.

She was predeceased by her husband, Lewis Wormuth, and her siblings Richard Emigh, Barbara Cullen, Donna Murtlow, JoAnn Baker, Sue Morris and Shirley Malik.

Sandy is survived by her children Lisa (Harold) Clothier, Rick (Jim Reed) Wormuth, Lester (Chris) Wormuth, Lori (John Hardick) Zipkin, Lewis Wormuth III, Larry (Lynette Delczeg) Wormuth and John (Mary Ann) Morrison, grandchildren Jeanie Garneau, Josh Garneau, Jeremy Garneau, Craig Wormuth, Kyle Wormuth, Brian Zipkin, Stacy Wormuth, Megan Sicko, Ashley Corchia, Lucas Wormuth and Chase Wormuth; and fourteen great grandchildren. In addition she is also survived by her siblings, Jarvis (Doris) Emigh, Dale (Karen) Emigh, Gertrude (the late James) Bowen and Christine (Dave) Paro and several nieces and nephews.

Family and friends are invited to call on Saturday, November 23rd from 10am to 11am at the Armer Funeral Home, Inc., 39 East High Street, Ballston Spa. A service will be held at 11am. Burial will follow at the North Milton Cemetery.

The family would like to thank the staff at Community Hospice of Saratoga for the excellent care given to Sandy during the past several months.

Memorial contributions in memory of Sandy may be made to Community Hospice of Saratoga, 179 Lawrence Street, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866.

Guest Book

Mary Clark

Thinking of Sandy's family and friends. Sandy was a great person. She will be missed by many.

Vernon Brownell

I send my condolences to the entire family. Sandy was a wonderful person and will be missed. Regards
Vernon and Claudia Brownell

Laura Miller

Sandy was the first person to truly welcome me to Simpson United Methodist Church. She was so kind and funny and warm and quietly outspoken. Her expressions and smile spoke volumes. Her dog (Jerry?) yelping for her if she was too far away also spoke to how precious she was. She taught me a lot about rolling pies and was a wonderful companion at all the church functions. I'm so sorry to hear of her passing this week. My heart goes out to her entire family.

Marge Emigh Clink

My deepest sympathy to the entire family on the loss of Sandy. She was a wonderful lady and a kind sister-in-law. She will live on always in the hearts of the people who knew her. My love to all.

Jaye Bowen

I am so sorry to all of you. Aunt Sandy (and my Godmother) was one of the sweetest, kindest, loving women I have ever known. I will cherish every memory of her, and I'm so grateful she was a part of my life.