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Sandra Kay ROBERTS

Dade City, Florida

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There were only 8 of us ~ and now we are down to seven. Being the oldest, I never expected to lose a younger cousin or sibling. I have so many wonderful memories of family get-togethers in Audubon (I have pictures of Sandra, Marletta and me wearing matching dresses!) Words cannot express how sad I am.

I have read the messages and agonized what I could possibly add to the words about my sister. I loved her so much, we did so many crazy things together, and life will not be the same without her. Don't have my sissy to call anymore. Sandra, I love you and miss you so much. I hope you know. RIP my best friend and sister.

Rick, Joe & Barb, Pat and rest of family, wish I could be there to help celebrate Sandra's life. She was a good person and a good friend, even though we did not see each other that often. I have many happy memories of our times spent together. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love and miss you.

Sandy's laugh will definitely be missed and of course her White Wings, I'll carry on the tradition. She was a great women with a sense of humor to match. I'm so proud of her for raising two wonderful caring sons, who love their mother very much! I'm especially grateful for Cory, :-)She lives on in her sons, grand babies, and great grand babies...

Sandy will be missed immensely. She was a wonderful person through to the very core of her being. So very sad, so very young. I'll carry on your $.15 bet (I will so miss your laugh...it just won't be the same.) :(

Mike, I'm so very sorry to hear the sad news about the passing of your mom. Words cannot express my sympathy for you during this time of sorrow. My heart goes out to you and your family.

This is an everlasting candle for you, Sandy.

My dear sweet Sandy, my best friend and 'sis', I will miss and think about you everyday. God took you WAY too soon and left us all broken-hearted. I love you

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Sandra's Obituary

ROBERTS, Sandra Kay, 64, of Wesley Chapel, passed away Friday November 9th, 2012. She was born on January 3rd, 1948, in Carroll, Iowa, to the late Byron and Esther Schlotzhauer. She moved to Hillsborough County in 1977 and spent most of her professional life working within the insurance industry....

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