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Sarasota, Florida

Jul 26, 1936 – Nov 26, 2019 (Age 83)


July 26, 1936
November 26, 2019
Sarasota, Florida


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National Cremation and Burial Society Sarasota Obituary

Sandra Jean Teague, 83, Bradenton/Sarasota left her earthly home on November 26, 2019.She was born on July 26,1936 in Cedar Falls, Iowa and moved to Bradenton in 1983 from Eastlake, Ohio with her husband John G. Teague to spend their retirement years. Before retiring she was a dedicated mother...

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Sandy was a very special person who always had a smile on her face. I enjoyed getting to know her these last two years. Sandy had a wonderful relationship with her children and they meant the world to her. Sandy will be missed!! My thoughts and prays are with the family during this challenging time.

Kim, Ken and family, I pray God will comfort you in the coming days. I am so sorry for your loss, it is so hard to loss a Mom.
Sandra was a amazing woman of God, she was not only a sister to me by blood but also a sister to me in the Lord. I have always been inspired by her faith.
When I was young she used to send me encouraging letters and christian books that would help me grow up to know Jesus better. She had a gracious and sweet spirt. I will forever cherish the memories I...

Sandy was a very special special sister.I have many found memories of her.I loved our conversations on the phone and it was wonderful to see her in 2012 in Florida.Celebrating a life well lived I will cherish the memories forever
Peggy Taranto

Sandy was very much loved and respected in our family. I consider myself fortunate to have been able to spend over the last 2 decades getting to know her better. My memory of my sister will always be positive and cherished.

Gary Nielsen

Sandy was one of the kindest souls I've known. Always ready with a hug and words of inspiration, I always looked forward to seeing her in church or in our appointments. Her deep faith was both genuine and encouraging. Although it's always difficult to lose those we care about, there's absolutely no doubt she's in the presence of our Lord and I'm sure there's no place she'd rather be. Be blessed and I pray the peace of Christ falls over her family in this difficult time.

I love my Sandy we song spirtual songs together we together and we wll rejoice in the Lord always God was our first priority, so lets cherish those memories ..May God bless and keep your with all peace and comfort u all very much her sweetheart ❤ Ruby

Several weeks prior to Sandi"s passing to be with her Lord I shared a telephone conversation with Sandi, and her love for all her family shined all throughout the conversation. Now she is happy, for now she can walk with her Lord, Jesus, and share all kinds of wonderful things with Him. No more sorrows, nor pain,nor needs and I know that she would say to us all, "Jesus: The Greatest gift of All."
With love,
Mom & Dad Geldart

It is hard to begin as words can not express my love of Sandy. Sandy was the light in my day, with her beautiful smile to our non-stop laughter. She prayed for her family, her friends and for those whom she touched and her faith in our Lord never faltered. From our walks in the garden, our funny stories, all of our activities together every day, I know she knows how much we all miss her. Recently, Sandy and I danced to Frank Sinatra, "My Way" and we agreed it was her song. ...

So sorry for your loss heaven has gained another angel