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Sandy Jacobs

December 10, 1947 — June 5, 2024

Maggie Valley

Sandy Jacobs

Sandy Jacobs was born on December 10, 1947, in Buncombe County. She peacefully passed away at her residence on June 5, 2024. Sandy was a beloved soul who touched the lives of many through her kindness and selflessness.  She is the daughter of the late Karl and Bonnie Martin Blohm.  She is also preceded in death by her beloved husband, Gary Joseph Jacobs who passed in 2018, a daughter, Tammy Ann Jacobs and two brothers, Bill Blohm and Karl Blohm.
 
Sandy dedicated 33 years of her life to working at Cabbage Rose in Maggie Valley, ultimately retiring as the Store Manager in 2024. Her commitment and hard work left a mark on the community she served for so many years.
 
Described as someone who lived life to its fullest, Sandy's vibrant personality radiated joy wherever she went. She had a heart of gold and made it her mission to spread happiness to those around her. Sandy's interests included art, tending to her flower garden, and being a loving mother, grandmother, and friend. She was truly a social butterfly who cherished every moment spent with her loved ones.
 
 

She is survived by her loving daughter Theresa Marie Jacobs; son Timothy Lee Jacobs; six grandchildren; Ciara Brie Jacobs, Alyssa Marie Mays (David), Faith Ann Howell, Keagen Reese Krall, Karis Josie Mobley and Kaly Ashai Mobley; as well as five great-grandchildren; Heavyn Mays, Skylyn Mays, Kyren Mays, Gemini Grayson, Kyren Mays and Ka'oir Ashai Mobley.


 
Per Sandy's wishes there will be no formal services at this time. 
 
Mama was the woman that lived life to the fullest!  She was a mother, friend, and artist. The woman that knew what to say to make a broken heart heal.  Encourage you when you were down.  Love you unconditionally, never give up on you, spread love and joy, compassionate, selfless, taught our family the value of hard work.  We love you forever and always!  You taught us everything except how to live without you.
 
Sandy Jacobs will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her. Her legacy of love and compassion will continue to live on in the hearts of those she left behind. May she rest in peace knowing that she brought light and warmth to so many during her time on this earth.

 

The care of Ms. Jacobs has been entrusted to Wells Funeral Home of Waynesville
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