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Sandra Jean Tindall

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Sandra Jean Tindall passed away in her home on October 28, 2013.

Sandra was born on August 30, 1943 in Brawley, CA and lived in Northern California. She lived in Olivehurst for the past 30 years, of that, 24 years with her husband, James and her family.

Sandra was known by many in the area as she worked as a waitress for about 46 years until she retired to devote herself entirely to her family. She was the love that flowed through the hearts of her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. She loved yard sales, Moose Lodge 454 in Olivehurst. She was an ECV - Widder, live music, going the Casinos, and the American Legion in Linda. Up and Att'em was her way. She would always be there to give out hugs and kisses as well as a swift kick in the butt.

Sandra was preceded in death by her father, Floyd Jackson; mother, Betty Stephens; two brothers, Robert and Clyde Jackson; two sisters, Alma (Carles) Ogletree and Oleta Lolmaugh; and grandson, Richard Allen Coit.

Sandra is survived by her husband, James (Jim) Tindall of Olivehurst, CA; sister, Carolyn McNalley of Yuba City, CA; her children: Madena, Tracy, Lenny, Rebecca, Melissa and Adam. Her grandchildren: Krystal, Misty, Corina, Lenny Jr., Bianca, Gabreal, Jeremy, Alexys, Samantha, Clayton, Joanna, Andon, Hailee, Janyca. Her great-grandchildren: Madison, Paul, Lillyana, Adriel, Kira, Richard Clayton, Zeus, Richard Joseph, Evelyn; and she was Grandma to the many friends of all of her children.

Her endless love will be with us always.

A gathering for family and friends will be held on Saturday, November 9, 2013 at 12:00 Noon at Sierra View Memorial Park, Marysville, CA. Flowers may be placed at her resting place. A Celebration of Life will follow at 1:30 pm, at the Lindhurst Moose Lodge, 1775 Beverly Ave., Olivehurst, CA.

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Published in Appeal Democrat on Nov. 6, 2013
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