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Thomas Pike
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Maxine Rice
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Diane Shaw
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Obituary for Sonya Lane

Sonya  Lane
SONYA ROBINSON LEVY LANE
July 20, 1942-February 1, 2018


Sonya Robinson Levy Lane went to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on February 1, 2018 after a brief battle with liver cancer. She is walking with Jesus in her new body fit for heaven and rejoicing with her true love Jesus Christ
Sonya was born in Columbus, Ohio on July 20, 1942. Her parents were Ralf (Roh) and Elizabeth Robinson. They were divorced when Sonya was very young. Her step-parents were Rena Robinson and Sam Levy. Her sister Karen passed away in 1942. She also has three half-sisters: Linda, Betty, and Janice. In addition she has two half-brothers: Fred and Bill Levy, both Living in Ohio.
In 1958 Sonya married Ed Nichols from which they had two sons: David and Joel. In 1990 she became the bride of Bill Lane, giving her two daughters: Hollie and Heidi
Sonya is survived by her husband, Bill; son, David (Sharon) Nichols of Cashmere, WA; son, Joel (Angelia) of Zionville, NC; Daughters, Hollie (David) Brewer of Springfield, TN; and Heidi (Nie) Knights of Port Hueneme, CA.
She is also survived by immediate family, grandchildren: Jeremy (Lili); Mackenzie (Kyle); Austin (Coby); Deannah; Desiray; Emma; and Jera Myah (born February 19th); and other grandchildren-in-love. Great-Grandchildren: Liam; Aaliyah; and other great-grandchildren-in-love.
Sonya worked in Human Resources for companies such as, Canada Dry & Orange Crush for the founder of Orange Crush; Pepsi; and Seven-Up. She ended her career working for Chelan County Auditor from 1994 -2002. She then went to work as the office manager of their business: THE GLASS WORKS LLC.
Sonya was blessed and adored by her husband Bill, taking weekend jaunts for special get-aways to play or find time to be with family. She loved to spend time with family, which meant everything to her. They were her pride and joy.
She loved playing all sorts of games, but especially 3-13. She had the reputation of always winning against whomever she played. She also loved flowers and flower arranging.
Sonya will be deeply missed by her husband, family, and many friends. She touched so many lives with her bright eyes and beautiful smile. Sonya was a gift from God to so many lives.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, April 21, 2018 at 1:00 pm at the Sage Hills Church, located on 1601 5th Street in Wenatchee. You are invited to view her online tribute at HeritageMemorialChapel.com and leave a memory. Arrangements are in the care of Heritage Memorial Chapel, East Wenatchee.