Sandra Lynn Rowe

Oostburg, Wisconsin

1950 - 2019 (Age 68)


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Sandra Lynn "Sandi" RoweOostburg - Sandra Lynn "Sandi" Rowe, born in Evanston, IL to Dr. Robert and Jane Mitchell, on November 12, 1950 passed away on May 29, 2019 at the age of 68 in Sheboygan.Attended Maine South High School, Park Ridge, IL, graduating in the class of 1967. She was an honors...

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Lynn, I enjoyed getting to know you and Sandi in worship and fellowship afterwords. It just won't be the same without her. She was always so kind and welcoming to me and I enjoyed hearing about your family , which was definitely her favorite subject. Her legacy lives on and she will truly be missed.

Dear Lynn and Family,
Our deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. We offer our thoughts, prayers, and well-wishes during this time in your life.

Dear Lynn and family,

I am so sorry to hear of Sandi's passing. She was a wonderful person and I always enjoyed seeing her smile at shows and talking with her.
My thought and prayers are with all of you.

Dear Lynn, Dustin, Tanner & Family, So very sorry to hear of the loss of Sandi. She was always an inspiration. Positive, sincere and smiling. She will be missed by many. My heartfelt condolences. May She rest in Peace.

We are deeply saddened to hear of Sandi's passing. She was a very kind and sweet woman and always had a smile on her face. We will miss seeing her on the lane. Our deepest sympathy to the family. Heaven has another angel.Arnita and David Plekenpol

Lyn and family,
So sorry to hear of Sandi's passing. What a wonderful person she was and we will all miss her. Happy she was a believer in Christ. We know she is safe and well taken care of. Our thoughts are with your family. In Christ,

Dear Lynn, Tanner and family we are so sorry for your loss. Sandi was such a delight at every show when we met. She always welcome us with open arms and heart. A very genuine caring person.
Dick & Noreen Smith

Dear Nancy and Mitchell Family,
So sorry to hear about your sister Sandi from the paper. What a beautiful obituary about her life.
You are in our thoughts.
Monica, Russ and Carly Carynski

There is comfort in knowing that Sandi is with our Lord. Her faith was solid and inspiring. She was a true servant to our Lord in her word and in her deeds. Friends and family were her joy. Especially when she'd speak of her children and grand children. Both Lynn and Sandi were of great support and friendship to me in my darkest days of my divorce. They welcomed me and my daughters at Aunt Dotts cottage when we needed to feed our souls with rest and reflection and family love. I will always...