Sandra "Sandy" Duffy
1947 - 2020
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Sandra Lea Duffy
Sandra Lea Duffy, 73, of Ridgefield, Connecticut, surrounded by her children, passed peacefully on December 7, 2020. "Sandy" is survived by her five (5) loving children, Amie L. DiGuiseppi, of Troy, VA, Christine DiGuiseppi (and Vincent Masotta), of Ridgefield, Stanley L. DiGuiseppi, Jr. (and Jeanette DiGuiseppi), of Seymour, Jonathan J. DiGuiseppi, of Wilton, and Kelley A. Clark (and Frank Clark, IV), of Ridgefield. She is also survived by six (6) grandchildren, Alex DeMontbel, Marcello DeMontbel, Auden Masotta, Jack DiGuiseppi, Max DiGuiseppi and Iris Clark, and a sister, Mary Ellen Duffy Lench (John Lench), of Bluemont, VA.
Sandy grew up in Westport, CT and was the daughter of James J. and Edythe A. Duffy, both of whom preceded her in passing. Sandy attended Silvermine Art College and enjoyed painting in oils and sculpting. The joy of her life was her children and her family. She was an excellent cook and enjoyed preparing Holiday meals for her children and grandchildren. Her calm and quiet ways will be deeply missed. We will carry her memory in our hearts always.
A family service will be held in the spring at the time of Sandy's birthday. You may comment on Sandy's Tribute Wall at www.jowdykanefuneralhome.com
In lieu of flowers, please light a prayer candle or say a prayer for her eternal peace.

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Published in Westport-News on Dec. 15, 2020.
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December 13, 2020
So very sorry. Is this the Sandra Duffy that worked at Cleveland School in Oakland Ca.?
Coleen Larkin
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