Maureen Magdalene Sansing

Maureen Magdalene SansingSansing, Maureen Poster Pic

1947 – 2019

Mrs. Maureen Magdalene Sansing (née Dulzer), of Edmond, OK, passed away on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at the age of 71. Maureen was born to parents, Bill and Margaret Dulzer on July 22, 1947 in Cleveland, OH. She grew up an only child and attended Bishop McGuiness Catholic High School in Oklahoma City. Maureen attended the University of Oklahoma where she studied Archeology and Sociology. In 1968, she married her college sweetheart, Bill Sansing. Maureen loved animals and raised a number of dogs and cats throughout the years. She was instrumental in serving with Neighbor to Neighbor. She loved nature and took every opportunity to preserve the beauty of the world through photos when she and Bill would travel. Maureen is survived by her husband, Bill Sansing, daughter, Christine Bankston; eight grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her daughter, Jamie Sansing Duque. A memorial service will be held at Matthews Funeral Home on Monday, March 25, 2019 at 9 am. The family is grateful for messages of condolence.

13 thoughts on “Maureen Magdalene Sansing”

  1. Linda Farrell Doolen

    Maureen’s family: Maureen was a childhood friend from Rosary School through high school. We had recently reconnected and talked via FB and Messenger and the 50th McGuinness reunion. She was always such a great friend and so thoughtful. I was so saddened when I found out she was so ill. I smile now as I picture her being reunited with her parents and her daughter. I will keep all of you in my prayers as you move through the next part of this journey .

    Linda Farrell Doolen

  2. Pat Treece

    Maureen, and I played Words with Friends, she beat me most every game; we talked a lot also.
    Often we talked when Jamie was so so sick…….I am so sorry, she was a sweetheart. I will miss our chats.
    Love and hugs to you All.

  3. My beautiful cousin I enjoyed the times we would text back and forth when we were playing the word game. And the beautiful photos that you would put on about your beautiful daughters and how you felt about Bill. He is the best and he took so good care of you. Boy this is tough for the family. But you are loved by so many family and friends. You have put your mark on all of us. I love you cuz. But you are healed now . Say hello to the family. They are happy to see you. I will see you again. Love you Cuz. <3

  4. Joan Del Monti

    One thing I could be grateful to facebook for is that it gave us the chance to communicate often and keep up with each other’s lives. It also gave us the chance to look back on the past and relive the times we did have together. Just like your Dad was always Henry Fonda to me, you were my Audrey Hepburn, soft spoken, gentle, stylish and beautiful. I will miss our fun emails. You never wanted to focus on yourself but always wanted to know what was going on with me. You amazed me with your quiet strength. I loved sharing funny animal videos for you and you were always right there liking them. My heart goes out to Bill, Christie, Will and Ben who have lost another important woman in their lives, and all the rest of the family who loved you and will miss you so much. I wish we could have lived closer, Maureen. We would have had fun. Please give Cathy a big high five for me. Love always…

  5. Marie Dulzer

    Maureen was special, even as a baby. She had a big smile and a cute little
    laugh and she was always very smart. My niece grew into a dear daughter, loving wife and caring mother and grandmother.
    I will miss her e-mails that most recently demonstrated her quiet courage and kind nature. She was always hopefull and positive.
    Maureen was so special to so many. My heart aches for our loss.
    My love and heartfelt sorrow is shared with Bill, Christy, and the family.

    Aunt Marie

  6. Flavia Ryba

    We’re so sorry to hear this sad news. We know she tried hard to beat this, but I’m so sorry it was not meant to be. We knew her only for a short time thru her Aunt Marie, but feel as though we’ll be missing a dear friend. She was very special, and it was an honor and pleasure to have known her

    Flavia and Don Ryba

  7. Camille Webb

    I called Maureen “My Sister of the Heart”. We were children together, teenagers together, young mothers, traveling companions, and constant confidants. Her passing leaves a huge hole in my life, for who else can bear witness to 65 years of memories. Maureen, my friend, I will see you in a star.
    Hold your friends tenderly, for the world will seem a sad and lonely place when they are gone.

  8. Steven Schoenig

    It was a privilege to call Maureen a co-worker for eight years. But more than a co-worker, Maureen was a wonderful friend. We laughed together on the good days and pulled for each other on the less than good ones. Maureen had a generous heart of compassion. Her passing leaves me with heartache. Her legacy leaves me with inspiration. I extend my deepest sympathies to Bill and the family during this time of grievous loss.

  9. She was always smiling when I saw her. She stood so strong beside her daughters through hard times. And became a great grandmother to all her grandkids. I look up to her strength.

  10. My heartfelt condolences for the loss of your beloved, Maureen. Please know that Jehovah God and his son Jesus Christ is aware of your pain and they care for you. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) . I hope that you are able to find some comfort in God’s promise of paradise where there will be no more pain and sorrow (Revelation 21:4,5)  and the many wonderful  memories of your loved one becoming a reality in the future resurrection in paradise.  (Acts 24:15). Please accept my sincere condolences. ( )

  11. Mary Beth Dulzer

    I’m really going to miss communicating with my cousin, Maureen, via the Internet. It was a real pleasure getting to know her better these last several years. Such a warm, sweet and caring person. I’m very sad about this — gone too soon. I always signed my emails “Love ‘n hugs”, so I’ll just leave it at that.

  12. Joanne Freeny Bushman

    Maureen,, there’s an empty place where you used to be.
    I thank you so much for the friends we became even though it was late in our lives.
    I’ve ordered Ecuadorian roses for you knowing how much you loved flowers.

    You are loved and will be missed. God bless you Maureen. !

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