Sandi Jo Roth, of Sullivan, age 51, passed away at Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee on March 27, 2020 following a brief illness. She was born in Beaver Dam, WI, to Robert "Teeter" and Beverly Fehling (nee Mlodzik.) Sandi spent her childhood in Lowell, but later moved to West Palm Beach, FL, where she graduated from high school in 1987, and met Larry Roth. Sandi & Larry were married on August 20, 1988, in West Palm Beach, FL, and moved back to Wisconsin a short time later. While living in Reesville, Sandi & Larry's daughter, Courtney, was born in 1994. Sandi worked for several years at Aunt Nellies' Farm Kitchens/Seneca Foods in Clyman before taking over as Bark River Game Preserve manager with her husband and moving to Sullivan. Sandi loved the game farm and members, especially taking care of their dogs as well as her own. Sandi enjoyed traveling with her husband and daughter Courtney, baking Christmas cookies, and stamping cards. Sandi was also a bold advocate for her daughter, who lives with autism and diabetes. Sandi is survived by her husband, Larry, daughter, Courtney Roth of Tomah and brother, Tom Fehling of Clyde, NC. She will be missed by many aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and her dogs, Cassie & Maggie. She is preceded in death by her parents, grandparents and many cherished furry friends. Her husband, Larry, her aunt, Sharon Elske of Watertown and cousin, Kim (Bill) Steiner of Menomonee Falls, wish to thank the doctors, nurses and staff of Froedtert Hospital for their incredible and loving care of Sandi. There will be no funeral services at this time. A Celebration of Life Gathering will take place at a later date to be determined. Schmutzler-Vick Funeral Home & Cremation Service has the honor of serving the family. Please consider sharing memories and condolences at www.watertownwifuneralhome.com. Those wishing to honor Sandi's life may consider a donation in her name to the Watertown Humane Society www.whsadopt.org/, the Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin www.assew.org/ and the American Diabetes Association of Wisconsin www.diabetes.org/community/local-offices/wisconsin. To access the websites, highlight website and right click "go too the website."