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Sandra Jean Griswold

Saint Paul, Minnesota

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Griswold, Sandra Jean Nee Kilbane Of Hudson, Wisconsin Passed away the afternoon of May 12, 2008 from complications related to treatment for acute myeloid leukemia. She was born on August 26, 1944 to James and Eleanor Kilbane at Bethesda Hospital in Saint Paul, MN. At her birth she had two older...

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Gary...I am truly saddened to hear of Sandy's passing. I met Sandy while I was employed at Community Action. Sandy was the heart and soul behind our court referral program. I think of her often! I will always carry her kindness in my heart.

Dear Griswold and Kilbane families,
I met Sandy in a graduate class in River Falls in 1986. She asked the teacher to point me out to her as we had the same last name. We talked and she told me of her family. She was a friendly, nice person not to mention a good student. I'm so very saddened to hear of her passing. It was too soon for her to go, but take comfort in knowing she made a big impact with her life and touched many lives. It was a life well spent. Sandy's contributions will...

Sandy was a role model for all of the Gamma Phi Betas at Iowa State. It is with great sadness that we say goodbye. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family.

Sally Collins Tucker
Gamma Phi Pledge Class of Fall 1964

Pat,
I am so sorry about the loss of your sister. She sounded like a wonderful woman, and in that, I can see the family resemblance. My condolences to you and your family at this time.
Diana

Dear Griswold family,
I was very sad to hear about Sandy's passing, she will be deeply missed by so many.
The saying "it takes a village to raise a child" could not have been more true for us, Sandy was part of our village.
I met Sandy during our son David's first year at Hudson High, she was the guidance counselor for the "gifted and talented" kids, and he was one of her students.
To put it mildly, David was a very challenging teenager. Sandy was...

How tenuous is this tread of life we hold on to. How heartbreaking for those who are left behind. As a contemporary I feel the oh so fleeting moments of our time on this earth. So how wonderful that Sandy's moments were filled with love, devotion, caring and service. My heart is heavy for those who can no longer be with her.

Sincerely,

I did not know Sandra nor her family, but I was completely touched by reading about her life and the great things she achieved. She seems like she is an amazing person who did wonderful things.

God Bless.

Dear Family and loved ones, As children we grew up together and my memories of Sandy were of this sweet little cousin following Denny,Patsy and us big cousins around. As she grew she became a leader and lived a life that we should all try to live unselfish and helping others.

Sandy, you are dearly missed by your family and loved ones. We take comfort knowing that you are now safe in the arms of Jesus. Free of all pain or concern.

I miss you Sandy,
Your cousin,...

Sandy was a GEM. I am a better person for knowing her, if only for a short time. She was loved.