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Sandra (Ruiz) Hatch

June 13, 1971 ~ December 15, 2021 (age 50)

Obituary

María Sandra Hatch nació un 13 de junio de 1971 en San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina. Hija de Bibiana Hilda González y de Francisco Horacio Ruiz. Sandra, como más era conocida, se graduó en la Universidad Nacional de Tucumán. Conoció el evangelio en 1991, se bautizó en ese año y desde el primer día ya quería servir una misión, y así fue. Sirvió del año 1993 al 1995 en la Misión Argentina Mendoza durante 18 meses, donde se hizo notar por su gran amor al prójimo y su simpatía. En el año 2001 emigró a los Estados Unidos en busca de sus sueños, una familia eterna. En el año 2006 conoció a Lee, el hombre de su vida, quien se unió a ella en matrimonio en agosto del año 2006. Ella luchó y trabajó fuerte para llegar a su meta eterna, así lo logró en el año 2009. Se sellaron como familia por la eternidad con sus dos pequeños amores, Thomas y Jesús José. Desde ese momento solo se dedicó a hacer feliz a su familia, de cuidar y protegerlos, sin olvidar a sus padres, hermanos, y demás seres amados de Argentina. Su pronta partida deja a su amor Lee Merrill Hatch, sus hijos Thomas Lee Hatch y Jesús José Hatch, a sus hermanas Claudia, Isabel, Roxana y su hermano Jesús Ruiz, también a sus cuñados Myriam, Adrián, Juan Carlos, sus sobrinas Mariela, Mayra, Naomi, Luana, y Alahi. Sería larga la lista para nombrar a todos los seres que deja con el corazón roto. Algo de su vida que podemos compartir es que sirvió como enfermera en el Hospital del Niño Jesús por 9 años a donorem, un ejemplo de amor, caridad y paciencia hacia los niños y los mayores, porque también trabajó cuidando de ellos. Ella siempre tan única, alguien que supor ir tras sus sueños, que cuidó muy bien a toda su familia, que ayudó a quien pudo, que siempre tuvo clara su misión, una persona excelente con todas las letras, alegre, sabia, fuerte, un ejemplo de persona. Sandra volvió el regazo de sus padres y al lado de su hermanito, quienes seguramente hoy están felices de la llegada de su primogénita. Seguro ella ya tiene su mansión celestial que ella fue construyendo a lo largo de estos 50 años de vida terrenal. Hasta vernos con el Rey. '

Maria Sandra Hatch was born June 13, 1971. She was born in San Miguel-Tucuman, Argentina.  She is the daughter of Hilda Gonzalez and Francisco Horacio Ruiz.

Sandra graduated from the National University of Tucuman in 1991.  There, she learned about the gospel of Jesus Christ and was baptized a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints. From the day of her baptism into the Church, she had a desire to serve a mission. In 1993 – 1995, she realized that dream to serve the Lord as a missionary in the Argentina Mendoza mission.  She served faithfully for 18-months, where she was known for her great love for her fellow man and her tremendous empathy.

In 2001, Sandra emigrated to the United States in search of her dreams, an eternal family. This dream led her to meet Lee Hatch in 2006. Lee was the man that would help her realize her dream of an eternal family.  The were married in August 2006. Together, they worked hard to go to the temple. In 2009, Sandra, Lee, and their two little ones--Thomas and Jesus Jose (JJ), were sealed for time and eternity, as an eternal family in the Salt Lake City temple.

Sandra’s life focus was her family. She diligently strived in caring and protecting them. She was full of love. Taking care of her family was her primary focus, but she was also dedicated to maintaining relationships with her parents, siblings, and the many loved ones in the US and Argentina.

Her early departure leaves the love of her life Lee Merrill Hatch and her sons Thomas Lee Hatch and Jesus Jose Hatch. She leaves her extended family: Claudia, Isabel, Rozana, and her brother Jesus Ruiz.  In addition, her brothers-in-law: Myriam, Andrian Juan Carlos, her Nices Mariela, Mayra, Naomi, Luana, Alahi. Lee’s 8 siblings, spouse’s, and many more nieces and nephews… this list would be very long to name all of those left with a broken heart at her passing.

Sandra’s life was full of compassion and service. She worked as a nurse at the Hospital Del Nino Jesus for 9-years in Argentina. She demonstrated Christ’s example of love, charity, and patience toward children and the older children. Sandra worked in Utah in elderly care facilities, where she demonstrated those same qualities demonstrated by the Savior.

Sandra was passionate about chasing her dreams. She has been dedicated to the care of her family and helping whomever she could. Her mission in life was clear--to extend a hand of love and compassion to those in need. She did this with countless letters, acts of kindness for those in need; she is truly a great example of a selfless person.

Sandra was met with open arms by her parents, her father-in-law, and her little brother. Her parents are surely happy to be reunited with their first born where they have prepared her heavenly mansion that has been started by her actions throughout these 50-years of early life.

Families are eternal! Until we meet again dear Sandra.

Funeral services will be held Saturday December 18, 2021 at 2:00 pm at the LDS church, 190 North 800 West in Orem, Utah. A viewing will be Saturday prior to the services from 12:00 to 1:45 p.m.

 


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Recording of Service


Services

Viewing
Saturday
December 18, 2021

12:00 PM to 1:45 PM
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints/ Orem
190 North 800 West
Orem, UT 84058

Funeral Service
Saturday
December 18, 2021

2:00 PM
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints/ Orem
190 North 800 West
Orem, UT 84058

Video is available for this event


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