Sally Jeanette Chandler

Austin, Florida

1925 - 2014


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Sally Jeanette Meyer Chandler, born in Buffalo, NY, on December 17, 1925, passed away peacefully on May 8, 2014 in Austin. TX, after an extended struggle with Alzheimer's Disease. Sally was predeceased by her husband, Ed Chandler (1980), and survived by her four children, Ed, Brian, Kelcey and...

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My condolences to the family, especially Kyle. I have many fond memories of Sally and the Danes and our trips in the motor home with Joker, Phoenix, Sprite and Ace. You will be fondly remembered. Prayers and comfort to those who knew and loved her.

Our sympathy to all of you. It's been many years since we spoke. I am your dad's cousin and we lost touch with all the moves. But my family never forgot all the Great Danes on Huxley Dr. Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this time. Blessings.

My thoughts and prayers for the Chandler family

So sorry to hear of your loss. Our sincere condolences and love go out to the family. Robert and Jayne Hasselroth, KCFC

As caregiver for my husband who suffers from Alzheimer's Disease, I know how cruel this disease is for the patient and loved ones. I believe she is at peace now and has been greeted at the Rainbow Bridge by her loyal companions Gamble and Petey! May you find comfort in remembering her as the great Mom, Grandmother and beloved friend to many people!

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Chandlers, especially Ed, Brian, Kelcey and Kyle. We miss Bud and his younger sister Sally.


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Joe Marino just told me about Sally. I just turned 90 so I am also in the departure lounge.We followed Chandlers to Gr.Is. and also copied their splitlevel house we liked so much.

I extend my sympathy to the Chandler family. When I lost my mother, it broke my heart. In time I would smile as the memories were so moving. May you find peace as you reflect on the happy times. God bless your mother and each of you too.
Christine O'Brien-Gallagher Lake Forest,Il.

My condolences to the family. Matthew 5:4