Celebrating the life of

Wanda Sue Kindrick

August 07, 1945 - June 28, 2021

Wanda Sue Kindrick

Wanda Sue Kindrick, 75, died peacefully Monday, June 28, 2021 at Memorial Hospital. Wanda was born in Merriman, Tennessee to Flenton and Marjorie Faulkner. Wanda is survived by her son Mark Strickland (Karen), grandchildren Brittany Schmidt (Daniel), Skylar Strickland (Kiersten), great grandchildren Kaiden and Raelynn Strickland , Theodore, Savannah and Amelia Schmidt, brother Wendell Faulkner (Dale), Nieces Jessica Ayre Skelton and Haley Faulkner Doles, best friends Janice Elliott, Lee Ann Marsh, morning coffee pal Vivian Austin and her cat Mr. Jingles. Wanda was preceded in death by her son Kevin Strickland, parents Flenton and Marjorie Faulkner.

Wanda loved Tybee Island and moved there in 1993. She worked at St. Michael's Catholic School for almost twenty years as Secretary. She was known lovingly as "Miss Wanda" to all the kids and the parents. When St. Michael's closed, she started working for Eastern National at Fort Pulaski National Monument. Wanda loved meeting new people from all over our great country and telling them about our beautiful Monument and Tybee Island. Wanda loved her country and gave back. She was an American Legion Auxiliary Member Unit 154 for over 20 years. She served 10 of those years as President and 2 years as American Legion Auxiliary District 1 President.

A Celebration of Life will be held Friday, July 9, 2021 from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm at The American Legion Post 154 on Tybee Island. In lieu of flowers, the family is asking donations to be given in memory of Wanda to The American Legion Post 154. Donations can be sent to American Legion Post 154, P. O. Box 1225, Tybee Island, Georgia 31328.



A candle has been lit!

- Dennis and CHERYL, Tybee Island, Ga

A candle has been lit!

My heart is broken at the loss of Miss Wanda. I first met her through St. Michael's School on Tybee and we became friends immediately. She was the kindest, sweetest person who loved the children at the school and would do anything to help them and their parents. I was fortunate to see Wanda several days before she left us and give her a hug. Fly high my friend, you will be missed.

- Jan Mock, Tybee Island , Georgia

There is so much to say about Wanda’s generous heart, keen sense of humor, and Americanism. But as friends and family, you already this. May our Heavenly Father bless us with peace in the difficult days ahead.

- Diane Sasser, Wilmington Island , GA

A truly sweet special lady who loved all the kids at St. Michael’s school. Thank you Miss Wanda for leaving us all with memories of your caring and making each of our children feel special

- Barbara,Leo and Allie Hayser, Tybee Island, Ga

I am so sorry for your loss.

- Neca Stoller, Tybee Island, GEORGIA

What a beautiful soul Ms. Wanda had. Ms. Wanda was one of a kind, always smiling, trying to help people when she could and truly loved kids. Tybee will not be the same without her. No matter how she was feeling (I could tell she was in pain) she would hug my neck and tell me to keep smiling. She will surely be missed by all . Rest now Ms. Wanda, we will try to make you proud.

- Lisa Davis and Family, Savannah, Ga

A candle has been lit!

- Lisa Davis, Earl Bashlor, Savannah, GA

A candle has been lit!

Please know that we are praying for peace and comfort for your family. Wanda was the heartbeat everywhere she went. We will miss her dearly!

- Darren Glenn McClenney, POOLER, GA

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Islands Chapel