Helen Sandra Black
January 10, 1946 – November 24, 2018
Helen “Sandra” Black passed away in her home November 24th.
Sandra managed ABC Recycling, a family-owned business, and served on the Governor’s Board for Recycling during Governor David Beasley’s tenure.
Sandra had many friends throughout her life that she touched with her warmth and sense of humor. She was a kind and accepting person, without guile or pretense. Sandra was a loving grandmother and wrote to her granddaughter in Alabama almost weekly. An animal lover, she rescued many dogs, and was fostering a liter of orphaned kittens when she passed away.
Sandra is survived by her two daughters Ansley White of Medford, Oregon, and Shannon LeVert of Huntsville, Alabama; two granddaughters Savannah Head and Caroline LeVert; two sisters Lucy Edmond and Sybil Rowland of Greenville, SC. She was preceded in death by her parents James and Lily White; husbands George “Buddy” Black, and Thomas Moreland; daughters Kelli White and Alison White; her sister Audrey Bailey and brother Harold White.
Services will be held graveside at Woodlawn Memorial Park, 1 Pine Knoll Drive on Monday at 1 p.m. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to The American Cancer Society.
Condolences to the family can be made at www.woodlawn-fh.com
- American Cancer Society
- Graveside Service Monday, December 3, 2018
Helen Sandra Black
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December 2, 2018
Today,God took his angel home.I sure will miss our conversations.Love and prayers,Your friend Jackie Pitts.
November 30, 2018
I called you during every crisis and you bailed me out. I could tell you my darkest secrets. You loved me anyway. You always encouraged me and reminded me of what is really important in life. Your faith grew stronger throughout your life, and I know it was great comfort to you after you lost your beloved daughter Kelli. You taught me to save and invest. I promise to be more frugal and not get caught up in the material things of this world. I will miss getting your phone calls and letters. You were tough, but over time that made you soft and kind. Your death won’t be in vain. I promise to let your example of kindness and forgiveness guide me to be a better person. I love you Mom!