Mary Sandage

ATLANTA, Nebraska

Dec 8, 1944 – Mar 1, 2014 (Age 69)


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PAPILLION, Neb. - Mary Margaret Connor Sandage was born Dec. 8, 1944, in Keokuk, Iowa, to the late Ruth Monks Connor and Eugene "Jack" Connor, and passed on March 1, 2014.Mary was a 1963 Corpus Christi High School graduate. She was the fourth born of six children, a loving sister,...

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My thoughts and prayers are with the Sandage family. I practically lived over at the Sandage's house while I was in High School. I used to go over to their house just about everyday to hang out with my best friend Ian. Mary was just like a mom to me and a good friend too. She was a very thoughtful and talented person. I always enjoyed talking with her and her advice. I enjoyed her artwork.It was beautiful and inspiring to me. She will be terribly missed but I know in my heart she is in...

A lot of years have gone by but you and your family has always been in my heart. I love you Mary.

We met with Eunice Harris and her husband this afternoon and we got to talking about Mary and Jerry. Eunice called me and told me that Mary had passed on 1 March. Jerry my friend, you know I am with you in spirit and your wife Mary was an angel and has found her place in Heaven. We miss her and we miss you. Know we care about you all and keep us in mind.

Ian, I am sorry to hear about your mom! I will always remember how sweet she was to me when we were kids. I can still see her walking up the steps at Trumble Park Elem School from Mrs. Anderson's room window which told me it was almost "lunch time". Please accept my condolences. An old friend.

Dear Jerry and Family, I just spoke to your Mother and learned of Mary's passing. My heart aches for your loss. Our peace comes from knowing she's safe and in a better place yet our hearts are so sad. My thoughts are with you. Connie (Churchill)

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Mary rest in peace, you will always be remembered for the wonderful person you were, so kind, thoughtful and loving. Will miss you dear lady.
I will watch over Jerry for you and tell him how to take care of himself (like we used to do together). Your friend always. Mary RN from Omaha VA

I was so fortunate to be able to call Mary my friend. I'll remember her fondly as long as I live. -hoping memories bring comfort to her family.

She was a wonderful friend. Lots of memories. My prayers go out to her family and friends.