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September 26, 2018

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September 14, 2018
We truly are going to miss you Sandy. Condolences to Jim, Holly, Kim, Kevin and families.
September 14, 2018
Condolences to Jim, Holly, Kim, Kevin and families. Missing our phone calls. Rest In Peace.
August 28, 2018
Aunt Sandy was truly a wonderful person. The memories of her taking care of me when I was too sick to go to school, kicking my butt out of bed when Kevin and I stayed out to late, taking Tom and me to the park, and too many more to mention, have always stayed with me. She was unselfish and loving. Sympathies go out to a wonderful family- Jim,Kevin,Kim, and Holly- Thoughts and prayers are with you. Rest well Aunt Sandy, you will be missed. Andy and Paris Marino
August 24, 2018
Kevin and Family,
My condolences go out to you at this tough time in your life. Remember the good times you had with your Mom and it will help ease the pain.
Hugs from an old friend,
Larry Penman