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Sandra J Haddad

August 30, 1944February 3, 2021
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Sandra J. Haddad, NEE Jakubowski, age 75 of Chicago, Illinois. At rest February 3, 2021. Beloved wife of Carmen. Loving mother of Karen (Mark) Sheedy, Tracy (David Kleinberg) Szerzinski and Mark Haddad. Proud Grandma of Kristina (Andy) Moore, Paul (Karisa) Sheedy and great-grandmother of Aria Moore. Dearest sister of Dolly Pavc. Fond aunt of many nieces and nephews. Best friend of Nancy Fitzpatrick. Sandra was a loving and caring person who gave to all in need.

Visitation will be on Monday, February 8, 2021 from 11:00 a.m. until time of Mass of Christian Burial, 1:00 p.m. at St. Faustina Kowalska Church, 5252 S. Austin Avenue, Chicago, IL 60638. Proper social distancing must be practiced and all guests will be required to wear face masks at all times. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, donations to the ASPCA would be appreciated.

Arrangements entrusted to Ridge Funeral Home (Edward A. Tylka, Manager), 6620 W. Archer Ave., Chicago, IL 60638. For information, please call 773-586-7900.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.ridgefh.com for the Haddad family.

Services

8 June

Committal Service

Resurrection Cemetery Later Date.

7201 Archer Rd.
Justice, IL 60458

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  • Visitation

    Monday, February 8, 2021

  • Mass Of Christian Burial

    Monday, February 8, 2021

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Diane Mestan

February 17, 2021

I was shocked and saddened to hear the news of Sandy’s passing. I will miss her smile and our many games of words with friends. Prayers of strength for her family.

DeMato Family

February 9, 2021

Sandy was a kind and incredibly patient soul as she took care of all the Melvina kids for our entire adolescence. I will always be grateful that she opened her home to us. The world suffers when it loses a person like her, but she has earned her rest - and then some. Our thoughts are with her family. The memories keep her with us always.

Darcie and Mike Cole

February 9, 2021

We want to extend our heartfelt condolences and prayers to the family on the passing of Sandra, who was the family's very center.
At a number of family gatherings, she always made us feel welcome and included.
All who knew her will miss her.

Nancy Valela

February 8, 2021

Sandy was a great travel companion, I enjoyed the trips we took together. Couldn't wait for our yearly trips to the Taste of Chicago and Navy Pier. You will be missed by all who knew you. No more pain and suffering. RIP.
Love,
Nancy


Theresa Vivirito-Sautariello

February 8, 2021

Sending my love to the Haddad family. Mrs. Haddad was one of the nicest ladies. I remember her sweet smile and gentle voice. Thinking of her family and sending my most sincere condolences.

Laurie Navarro

February 7, 2021

Sandy, aka Mrs. H, was the kindest, sweetest person you could ever meet. She always went the extra mile to help so many people including family, friends, and people in-need in the community. She always went the extra mile to help feed all the needy individuals with the organization, The Hungry and Homeless. Mrs. H also guided and taught so may valuable lessons to the children of St. Camillus School. I will miss going "$hit shopping" with her and Karen!!! We always had so much fun at her garage sales and just visiting.

I can’t find the words to say how sorry I am, and how much Sandy will be missed…

Melodie Lopez

February 6, 2021

I have so many warm memories of Mrs. Haddad and her welcoming family's home, from the warmth I felt the very first time stepping in the front door as a freshman in h.s., to the many sleepovers, to being invited to join delicious family dinners💗 (where quite honestly the love could actually be tasted in her food), to witnessing the incredible ways she was a mother to my best friend all through the years.
Mrs Haddad had a way with creating warmth, nourishment and safety, and even through challenges she brought acceptance, strength, generosity, and heartful presence.
I am so honored to have had glimpses into the life of this Beautiful Soul. The gift of her memory will live on in my heart. 🙏💗

Shari CroomKroll

February 6, 2021

I have so many sweet memories of Mrs. Haddad! From her coming to my baby shower with the handmade baby blanket that she was so proud of, to having lunch with her, Tracy and my boys at Navy Pier and her teasing my oldest about his nickname Bubba while eating at BubbaGumps. She never failed to send a beautiful Christmas card because she knew I love them. She showered love on her family, and on her children’s friends too. She was tiny and spunky and an inspiration in life! And she raised one of my very best friends. What a wonderful life to be celebrated! 💜💜

Linda Siebert

February 6, 2021

Sandy you were like a second mom to me all those times I spent by Karen house downstairs in the basement on that crazy waterbed .You would always come down and ask if I need anything you were so sweet . All our talks around the kitchen table.Your great cooking I will truly miss you and Mom said thank you for all the puzzles you borrow her !🙏

Deborah S.

February 6, 2021

In loving memory of someone special. One whose smile would light up a room. A wife, a mother, a grandmother, a friend. An angel whom will not be forgotten. Memories made will forever live in our hearts. May your soul rest in peace and your spirit shine bright.

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