Letha-Sandweiss-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Sisk Brothers Funeral Home - Hamden

Letha A. Sandweiss

Aug 16, 1932 - Jun 8, 2013

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Dear Ben, Christin, & Serena;

We hold you all in our prayers. God bless.

Arthur & Mary.

Jack, Daniel, Anne, and Benjamin: My thoughts and prayers are with you in the loss of your wife and mother.

Dear Daniel, Anne, Benjamin:
It is always a difficult time when you lose your mother. Jack was 27 and I was 20 when we lost our mother. (Your Grandmother) My thoughts and condolences to you all and I hope we can begin to be a little closer than we have been in the past.
Bernard, Your Uncle

Jack, Dan, Anne and Ben; My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

May the memories of Letha's life and accomplishments continue to give her loved ones strength and inspiration. To Jack: don't forget your friends at Ridge. We're here for you.

To Jack and all of Letha's loving family and admiring friends. Letha contributed so much to enhance the intellectual and social life of thousands of women at Yale as the President of YUWO and then Chair of the Study Group. We miss her.
Patty and Tom Pollard

Letha, You WERE the YUWO study Group for so long - a real inspiration to those of us who followed you in this responsibility. We will miss you deeply.
With my condolences to the Sandweiss family.

May happy memories give you solace in this difficult time. In deepest sympathy.

I hope the many special memories may help you cope with this loss. We wish you strength and support in this time of grief.

Obituary

Letha's Obituary

Letha Sandweiss, 80, of New Haven, died on Saturday morning after a long struggle with Pulmonary Fibrosis. Born in Manilla, Iowa in 1932, Letha Ann Boeck was the oldest of the five children of Lila and Howard Boeck. After attending school in Denison IA, she went to the University of Iowa in Ames...

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