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Sandra A. Sansoe

Walnut Creek, California

1950 - 2014

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Sandra A SansoeJuly 13,1950- September 5, 2014Walnut CreekSandra A. Sansoe, 64, passed away at home in Walnut Creek on September 5th, 2014 after a four year battle with a rare neurological disease. Sandy was born in Berkeley, California on July 13, 1950 to Robert and Norma Dal Porto of Oakley,...

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I, too, had Sandy for a teacher at Village. Like all the teachers and admin there, she was truly committed to us kids and our success. Rest in Love, Sandy.

I had Sandy for two years at Village. She was an inspiration and a great teacher. My senior year I was honored to do a speech about Sandy at graduation. I'm so saddened to hear of her passing, she will be greatly missed.

I had Sandy as a teacher at Village in 1985 I fondly remember how she was a woman who would not take crap from any of us kids. I can say that she was a large part of my success as a adult in life today along with the other teachers at Village. She was one of those people who devoted her life to improving others abilities that the other High School teachers so quickly gave up on. I hope the knowledge of the profound effect and change she made on many of us helps her family in this time if...

I remember her as my Computer teacher, using those blue gum drop imacs. I graduated the class of '00 You have made a huge difference in my school career that echo's beyond the call of duty as a teacher. Thank you for believing and helped me and hundreds of others to succeed. You will always be remembered as a passionate, and driven teacher. Thank you for the chances and opportunity to grow and thrive. May you always feel the joys and appreciations of your guidance. ad infinitum

Rest in Peace Sandy.

Village High student ~
I remember her to be a very strong and proud teacher. She always made time for students and never took our crap. She was a part of a group of techers who really showed compassion for their students. Thank you Sandy, may you be smiling to the heavens.

Sandy was my teacher for journalism at Village High School in 1993. Sandy was an excellent teacher, and a very kind person as well. I'm very sorry for your loss. The best any person can do in this life is to influence someone in a positive way. Hopefully, you can take some measure of happiness in the knowledge that many of her former students will always remember her, and how she helped shape our lives for the better.

- Tom Souers

Sandy will be missed she touch so many lives with her kindness. We had some great laughs in fl when she came for a visit. Sandy was a wonderful . Friend to my sister Kathleen her love will missed. Blessing

So sorry to hear of Sandy's death. We will always remember her wonderful smile and how welcoming she was to all the YV girls. Please know that your whole family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Ann and Bill White