LaVon E. Sanford

Joliet, Illinois

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Although the Sanford girls who lived on Seminole St. in Dwight, may not remember me I will never forget each one of you. Your parents were simply the best people it has been my privelege to know. I am so very sorry for your loss.

Donna, I'm so sorry for your lost my deepest sympathy to you and your family.

I'm so very sorry about LaVon. She was wonderful. I know she had a special place in her heart for my mom. She will be missed.

To the Sanford Family,
My deepest sympathies, my thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time... Many fond memories of your mother through the years...

grandma, you will be greatly missed!! you went so peacefully. may you rest in peace. give daddy a hug and kiss for me. i love you dearly! and you will forever be missed. xoxo

Will so miss the weekly letters my Dear Aunt Lavon sent to me. She kept my brothers and I current on all of the Sanford family. I'm sure my mom and dad welcomed her in Heaven at the pearly gates.

To the family of Lavon,
I worked with your mom many moons ago at Spiegels. She was a classy lady and we had lots of fun working together. Please know that she and her whole family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Our deepest sympathy and prayers to all the family, especially Donna, Diane and Tommy. You were our first neighbors on Elizabeth Street- and what memories! ...your Mom shoveling snow off the roof..scrubbing down the outside of the house. She was such a loving, wonderful person! God Bless all of you and give you strength at this time.

All because of you, we have such an amazing & close family. Love you Gram, thanks for the best Christmas Eve's a little boy could ever ask for! How amazing must it have been to have seen Jesus' face when the Angels brought you home. I know Grandpa, Bud and your sons-in-laws were also there waiting. Give dad a hug for me....and one last thing...YOU CAN'T RENEGE WHILE PLAYING EUCHRE IN HEAVEN!


LaVon's Obituary

Sanford, LaVon E. On the evening of Wednesday, March 20, 2013, LaVon E. Sanford (nee Stevenson) was surrounded by love, as she bravely and peacefully joined her loved ones and her Heavenly Father. Born in Dwight, IL on July 2, 1923, LaVon later married the love of her life, Charles A. Sanford in...

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