Sandra Marie Terrell

November 17, 1943February 4, 2021

Sandra Marie Terrell was born on November 17, 1943 and passed away on February 4, 2021 and is under the care of Glen Abbey Memorial Park and Mortuary.

Funeral Service will be held on February 25, 2021 at 1:00 pm at Glen Abbey Main Chapel, 3838 Bonita Road, Bonita.

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25 February

Funeral Service

1:00 pm

Glen Abbey Main Chapel

3838 Bonita Road
Bonita 91902


Sandra Marie Terrell

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Clara Chereshkoff

February 25, 2021

One of my dearest, and closest friends since 1971 when we 'met up' at the ballfield for our sons.... Our families spent many, many good times together thru the years, and I can say with such a smile, and happy thoughts, that those times were some of the best of my life. Sandy and I spent silly times, good times, sad times, and just plain ole hanging out times.....I would not change any of those for anything. I already miss her tremendously, and always will.....she was one of a kind, and I thank God she was in my life..... Love you 'girl'.....

Cathy Bailey

February 25, 2021

I have good memories of my Aunt Sandy! She was very beautiful and strong willed! I loved going to her house as a kid. She was such a fun lady! I am glad now she is in heaven with my mom, her sister that was taken from her way to soon! One memory was when she took me and Cindy and her friends out cruzin in her convertible Trans Am. Then she took the boys out. What a fun mom and Auntie! Have fun in Heaven now with your family Auntie! Until we met again. Love you and miss you! 🤗

Debbie Penny

February 24, 2021

Sandy was married to my father, Tom Terrell for 40 years and I lived with her for 7. I saw her on trips home during college and at countless birthday parties and holidays over the years . She had a flare for creating culinary delights and really decorated and made Christmas special. Her sewing abilities were incredible. I loved seeing her and Dad enjoy their retirement years exploring San Diego. Wishing her peace . 💕

Chandra Bozley

February 24, 2021

We spent a lot of time together in Lancaster. She always a great friend to me and my kids. Sandy will always be in our thoughts and Prayers.

Love Always Chandra and Family

Debbie Terrell Penny

February 24, 2021

Sandy was married to my father, Tom for 40 years. I lived with her for 7 years and enjoyed visiting after I went on to college and beyond. She was a wizard in the kitchen and an incredible seamstress. She made our house a home with her culinary treats and holiday decor. We celebrated countless birthdays and it was wonderful seeing her and Dad enjoy their retirement in San Diego. Wishing her peace 💕

Charles Donaldson

February 24, 2021

In life one of the most important relationships we can have is with our mother and father..

My Mom did everything possible for her children, and I have only LOVE and Admiration for HER.

At age 3 my Mom was one of my first memories that I can recall.
All of my lifes memories of my Mom has filled my Heart these last few wks.

As usual Mom I thought of you today, but that is nothing new.
I thought of you yesterday and the days before that too.
I think of you in silence, and still hear you Say "HI Chuck it's your MOM"
Now you are gone and all I have are memories, and your BEAUTIFUL SMILE that I will hold in my HEART.
I find peace knowing your with your WALSH family in HEAVEN.

Until we are together again in Heaven I will MISS YOU EVERY DAY MOM..

Give Grandma and Grandpa a Big Hug for me..


Sandra Lee Terrell

February 23, 2021

This is a beautiful photo of Sandy. My Dad took it on one of their adventures here in San Diego. She will always be in our hearts and prayers. She was married to my Dad for 40 years and they/we had lots of wonderful times together. So many holidays, outings, Sandy was always so much fun! She will be missed greatly, may she rest in peace. With love, Sandra Lee Terrell

Frank Willis

February 23, 2021

As much as I will be there for the service, I want to share with you all what a wonderful adventure Sandy shared with me. 33 years ago, I married her daughter. From our first family date to the wedding plans of my daughter, Sandy has been there in our lives and in our hearts. We will truly miss you and will see you again in gods loving arms.

Gail Wright

February 23, 2021

I am so sorry to hear of Sandy's passing. She was married to my brother Gary. She was so much fun to be around! She always "told it like it was" and I learned a lot from her. Please know that you and yours are in my prayers.

Chris Bozley

February 20, 2021

I grew up knowing Sandra as my Aunt Sandy. I have awesome memories visiting her and Tom’s house to play games or jump in the pool with my brothers. Sandy always welcomed us, played with us, and gave us life advice while she was near us in Lancaster. A part of Sandy will be with all of us whose lives she impacted. This isn’t good bye, we all love you and will see you soon. Love, Chris, Amanda, and the family