Sandra Louise Northey


April 29, 1950  –  February 25, 2022


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Sandra Louise Northey

Sandra Louise Northey, née Pritchett, 71, of Everett passed away in Everett on February 25th, 2022.

Born and raised in Bellingham, Sandra and her husband Glen relocated to the Seattle area with their two children (Torri and Todd) in the early 80’s. They recently celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary in December. Sandra was an exceptional homemaker and gardener. She was a wonderful baker, an avid collector of antiques, and had an eye for design. Her green thumb was known to all and she created beautiful gardens in every home she ever lived in.

Sandra is survived by her husband, Glen Northey; daughter, Torri (Henderson) Burden and husband, Ryan; son, Todd Northey and wife, Jessica; bonus daughter, Heather Jameson and husband, Sean; five grandchildren, Trittney Northey, Taylor Jameson, Jazmine Northey, Tiffany Jameson, William Northey; great grandchildren Zane and Zayla. She is preceded in death by her parents; father, William (Bill) Pritchett and mother, Thelma Pritchett, née Streets; big brother, Melvin Pritchett.

A memorial service will be held on Friday, March 11th at 11:am at Sonrise Christian Center: 11625 Airport Road, Everett.

10 Responses to “Sandra Louise Northey”

  • Barbara Corry says:

    Tori, it’s sad to loose a mom. I send you hugs and lots of love .

  • Melody/Rusty Morris says:

    Sandy’s warmth, generosity and kindness touched all who knew her. I was lucky to have been considered a member of the family for more than 50 years and I’ll always treasure the many memories we created together especially, as roommates in some “interesting” abodes around Whatcom County…
    Sis, I love and miss you, but we’ll spend eternity together in glory!

  • Gail Northey says:

    Sandra was a much loved sister in law. She will be missed by my dear brother and the rest of the family. In heaven now free of pain singing and dancing with the angels

  • Sheryl Hull cline says:

    I met you climbing in my window, for you loved the lamp shades that I made n a wonderful fulfilling friendship developed wanting for lost objects n good junk that others threw away n we had the vision of what it could become.
    I will miss u my friend
    Thank you for the wonderful memories❤️
    I send my love to you Torri

  • Marci Pritchett DeLisle says:

    Sandy was a good friend and will be missed. My heart goes out to all her family.

  • Charles cooper says:

    I love you mom thank you for everything you were to me even if I wasn’t your biological son you were kind heart enough to except me as one and for this i will always love you and will be proud to always call you MY MOM

  • carol sue rhodes says:

    Dearest friend, Sandra, rest in the arms of our LORD and I feel certain that I shall see you again and maybe even stroll through heavenly gardens that you helped create. Always your friend, Carol.

  • Torri says:


    Rest in Peace and Power. You’re free now. 🕊


  • Brenda j lynch says:

    Who loves you Sandra? Jesus! Who else? Brenda!
    We’re sister forever and ever and ever, right? Right! Forever and ever and ever!
    These were our last words ❤️ together.

  • Sandi Pinkston - Noyes says:

    Sandy and I had the same first and middle name. She called me every year on my birthday. I will miss that birthday hug. So full of fun. You were much loved my friend.

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