Sandy McCallum

Jackson County, Oregon


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Sandy McCallum passed away in Jackson County, Oregon. The obituary was featured in Mail Tribune on October 28, 2008.

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Thank you, Papa Sandy.

I still remember one conversation I had with you about God and life when I was 12 years old. You stayed up with me until well after 2:00 in the morning, even though you had a performance the night before and one the next day. You spoke to me like an adult, and your words and insights still travel with me today. Thank you for helping shape me as a person and my faith. Because of that conversation, I know you're excited to be on the other side, finding out the...

My grandfather Sandy, beloved Papa sandy. How i will miss the sound of your voice, The story's you told me and the amazing things you showed me, as a wide eyed child, attentive and entertained. lucky and blessed am I to have the cherrished memories i have of Sandy. I love and miss you Papa Sandy Thankyou for showing me a life that others can only dream of...

Sandy and I worked together at PCPA in Santa Maria 20 years ago. He was a delightful man to work with. Over the next 20 years we would see each other at the theatre and share stories. The stage has lost a great man

Papa Sandy always took a great interest in my brothers and me whenever mom and dad had the courage to take us on a visit to Ashland. He'd take us behind the scenes in the morning, officiate wooden sword fights in the yard during the day, and provide the best seats in the house to watch him on stage at night. It is a great honor to be in the bloodline of this man. Thank you for taking the time to show me how cool a grandfather could be. I miss you.

Our sincere condolences to the McCallum family. Our many years of attending OSF have been greatly enriched by Sandy's wonderfully creative performances. We have missed him the last couple of years and are sorry we won't see him again.
Betty & Steve Hartman

We extend all of our best wishes to the Joy and family. Uncle Sandy was such a great man. His sincerity was infectious and his ability and love to entertain was inspiring. He embraced people and he embraced life. I have many fond memories of him and I always will.

Please know that I'm thinking of you, and celebrating Uncle Sandy, a man who brought joy to so many.

Lindsay Holmgren

We fondly remember "Sandy" in the days of black and white TV in Lethbridge, Alberta, doing the weather and kids shows.
Sandy, you left an impact far greater than many know.

Aunt Sylvia and children,
Our family here in Kelowna send our condolences to all of you in the passing of our most beloved Uncle Sandy. I have such fond memories of all of you from visiting you all in Lethbridge Alberta as a child and when you came to visit Kelowna after I moved here with my children from Ottawa. Thankyou for loving us unconditionally and supporting us in our time of need when we lost Mom and Dad in 2003. Our thoughts and prayers are with you always. Loving you...