Cassandra Roberson

Henderson, Nevada


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Cassandra “Sandy” Roberson of Henderson, Nevada, passed away on Friday, April 26, 2019, at Henderson Hospital following a sudden illness. Sandy was born Cassandra Marie Doane on July 2, 1952, in Portsmouth, Virginia, to Ralph L. Doane, an officer in the US Army Motor Corp, and Mary Anne (Hicks)...

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Sandy was like my sister. We loved traveling - especially cruises...She was my partner in silliness and mischief. Met over 20 yrs ago and remained friends throughout those years. Sandy was extremely witty, humorous, intelligent, she loved good food, good company, she loved her family so very much. She was so happy to be in Nevada. She loved it there... She could get out and have a great meal and hit the slots and meet new people. Sandy didn't know a stranger. My heart is broken but save...

I put an entry here and left out our names. Barry and Donna Lombardo. We met Sandy and she was a wonderful person and friend. We met years ago in a place called Baby Boomers. We will miss her always.

I met Sandy many years back in a place called the Baby Boomer chat room. How I grew to adore her right away. She was and always was fun, witty, caring and had a contagious laugh. She will be remembered by my husband Barry and me with love, affection and friendship. She was so happy now living where she was and had found such peace. We will always keep her in our hearts.

Sandy and I met at Tyner Junior High School in the 1960s. Just recently, I met her son Tony here in Las Vegas and learned that she was living here. We connected and planned a get-together. Sadly, we did not see each other. I am so sad. I have shared this information with our Tyner and Central High School friends. Sandy is remembered fondly by all of us. May God bless Sandy and her family.

Sandy and I were friends at Central. Back in the day we were required to embroider first initial and last name on our gym shorts.
She looked at mine and nicknamed me Baycock(B. Aycock)! She became Sdoane.
Her smile and personality lit up the room when she entered. I loved her for being there when I needed a friend.
My thoughts and prayers for peace and comfort to all of her family.
Sdoane, you will be missed.
Baycock (Brenda Aycock Harmon)