Published by Dallas Morning News on Jul. 20, 2021.
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MEMORIES & CONDOLENCES
I am so very sad to hear of Sandy's passing. She was a very special lady, full of sweetness, happiness, and open-heartedness. I was fortunate enough to have befriended her and Charles. What a sweet couple! Fun bridge games, fun times together, not only on the Regent cruise where we first met, but also in their beautiful home in Beaver Creek. This was the ultimate loving couple and I will never forget Sandy, her cheery personality, her radiant smile, her gentle nature - and I feel so sorry for Charles' loss, which must be beyond measure. They were supposed to visit us in Sarasota several years ago but just around then Sandy found out her bones were breaking like match sticks. I felt so bad, so helpless - and frankly, didn't know what to do! I couldn't really visit. I could only hope they'd find a miracle. I prayed so hard for both Sandy and Charles. I hope that Charles might reach out to me, but if not, I understand. I will always have a place for Sandy, and Charles, in my heart!