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1941 - 2018 Obituary Condolences
Sandra LENZ Obituary
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September 20, 2018

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March 23, 2018
I will miss her. She will always remain in my heart.
March 23, 2018
Sandy and I have been friends since our days at Mother of Mercy High School and thru college. Even though we lived miles apart we continued our friendship by telephone and cards. We hadnt seen each other for years and I will never forget when I saw her at our 50th high school reunion. Several of us gals who hung around together decided to meet at LaRosas. Very few of us recognized each other as many of us had moved from Cincinnati. I was talking with someone and looked up and saw a gal with a cowboy hat, turquoise jewelry, a big western belt buckle and said who are you and she said well, who in the are you. Then all of a sudden it cliqued for both of us and we hugged, kissed and laughed so hard our stomachs hurt. I will never forget that as long as I live. We sat all night and talked, shared stories, caught up with our lives, showed pictures, and laughed. What a gal Sandy was!!! I loved her dearly. She was her own person, very independent, trustworthy, had a heart of gold, strong and always had a smile on her face. A lady of fine character indeed. I will surely miss our long conversations from North Dakota and Michigan. Sandy will remain in my heart and I will never forget.