On November 30th, 2023, our beloved Sandra, affectionately known as Sandi, left us unexpectedly, leaving a void in our hearts. Sandi graced this world on October 9th, 1966, born to Clyde Hughes and Arlene Rundle (Lokken) in Benson, MN. She is survived by the family she held dear including her former husband, Richard M. Berry of Worcester, MA; and her children, Alexander Berry of Tacoma, WA; Heather Berry (Armandt Kunneke) of Pittsburgh, PA; Magan Berry of Litchfield, MN; Philippe Berry of Worcester, MA; and Richard Berry Jr.(Scooby) (Ashley Mann) of Brainerd, MN. Her siblings Deb Dixson, Doug Hughes, Vince Hughes, Lisa Bohlman, Brenda Hughes, Linda Cromartie, Sue Greig, Mary Prigge, Joe Hughes ; Aunts and Uncles; numerous nieces, nephews, were not just family but cherished companions on her life's journey. Her grandchildren Nevaeh, Carlos, Kaylani, and the eagerly anticipated arrival of Scooby's first baby girl held a special place in her heart. Sandra's life was a testament to love, resilience, and the beauty found in every emotion. Despite the struggles she faced, she poured unwavering love into her children. Her adventures across Minnesota, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania mirrored the tapestry of her experiences, weaving a legacy of profound connections and a strong family bond. To her grandchildren and bonus grandkids, she was affectionately known as Mimi, leaving an indelible mark with her charisma, warm heart, and soulful voice. As we remember Sandra, let's celebrate the love she gave so freely. While her earthly presence is no longer with us, her spirit will forever resonate in our hearts. Sandi is preceded in death by her husband Robert Robinson, parents Clyde Hughes and Arlene Lokken, brother Steve Hughes and sister Theresa Jerve and nephews Jacob Hughes and Billy Sales. In honor of her memory, the family kindly requests that, instead of flowers, contributions be made to the SAFE Project, supporting their mission to end the addiction fatality epidemic. You can make a donation at [SAFE Project Donation Page](https://www.safeproject.us/donate/). May her warm embrace echo in our memories, and may she find eternal peace in the heavenly choirs.
A celebration of life will be held in the Spring of 2024.