Sandra Louise Beras was born February 20, 1945, in New York City to proud parents' Mollie and Sidney Taylor. Sandra was the middle child of seven siblings (Samuel, Juanita, Myron, Monica, Kenneth, and Carlita), that she shared a lovable relationship with growing up. Sandra was educated through the New York City public school system where she obtained a High School Diploma from Washington Irving HS. As a child, Sandra was very smart, inquisitive and loved being with her family going on family outings too (Orchard Beach Maine and The Danbury State Fair). As time went on Sandra became a Health Care Professional where she worked with United Jewish for over 25 years.
In 1972 Sandra married Ramon Beras and obtained the role of being a loving wife and mother to her two sons Kenneth and Ramon of which she went above and beyond expressing her unconditional love.
Sassy, fashionable and competitive, Sandra loved to host card games winning down with her close friends and family. Sandra also enjoyed going to casinos, playing her scratch-offs and numbers. Sandra was also one of the neighborhoods best cooks and everybody looked forward to her cooking because it was made with love and passion. Sandra was best known for her fried chicken breast, coconut rice & peas, raisin cornbread, homemade cakes & pies, and her lemonade, ice tea mix. Not only was she an outstanding cook she had a sense of humor that was out of this world and you could always count on her to tell it like it is. Sandra shared a divine love for her companion "PuPu". PuPu was Sandras' best friend they relied on one another; where ever you saw Sandra you saw PuPu whether it was walking to the store, going to the park or just relaxing at home watching old black and white movies, they were inseparable.
Sandra was called home on March 27, 2020, and leaves to cherish her memory her two sons Kenneth and Ramon, Tia (Ex Daughter in Law inside joke), two grandchildren; granddaughter Dajanay, and Grandson Ricky; two sisters Juanita Levy and Monica Kellman; one sister in law Ruthie Taylor (brother Kenneth's wife); her companion the family dog "PuPu"; Aunt Millie, Nieces: Usha, Yolanda, Candice, Christine, Dawni nephews; Cyril, Christopher, Ivan, Kenneth and a host of grandnieces, grandnephews, cousins, and life long friends Gina, Dorothy, and Iris.