You were not only my sister, but you were my best friend and my protector and I could always come to you for advice when we were growing up.
I am going to miss our weekly phone chats...even though you monopolized the conversations.
I am so happy that you and Mom got to meet Andrea.
Two more things...say hello to Mommy and Daddy...And to be honest...I am sorry for breaking all of your hanging dolls, but at 4 years old...it seemed only right.!!!!!!!
I love you and we will miss you
Rob & Andrea
I can remember a time when I went to visit Aunt Sandy and Uncle Jim. They graciously opened up their home to me. Aunt Sandy taught dancing and had a ton of boots and ended up sending me home with 8 pair…. I got really creative with how I packed so they could all fly home with me in 1 small suitcase. I will never forget Aunt Sandy’s kindness, laugh, and generosity. She also had a great love for animals too. Now she is in Heaven dancing away and hanging out with Grandma Mae and Mom. ❤️
Dear Uncle Jim,
So sorry to hear of Sandy’s passing. Because of Covid and other things we didn’t see much of her lately. We didn’t know she was sick, but she probably would have preferred not to have visitors and the hospital wouldn’t allow it anyway. Carlos and I will miss her smile and cheerful greetings. Our condolences to you and her children. You are in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless you all.
Carlos and Eileen Vargas