Sandra (Fadden) Stinchfield

November 1, 1945September 6, 2020

Sandra… forever in our hearts and will be sadly missed

It is with heavy hearts we announce the peaceful passing of Sandra Stinchfield on September 6, 2020. She leaves this world to join her husband, Charles Stinchfield; her parents, Clarence and Sigrid Fadden and her brother, Bob Fadden. Left to mourn her loss is her sister, Lorraine Fadden; her sister-in-law, Colleen Fadden; her nephew, James Fadden (Connie) and family and her niece, Susan (Steve) Jovanovic. She will be dearly missed by Paul, Lorraine Edgett and family, Judy Russell, Gloria Mann, Cheryl, Havener, also Sandra’s wonderful circle of friends in Florida, around the United States and in Canada.

Sandra was born in Kenora, Ontario and eventually moved down to Texas, Florida where she became a well-known Real Estate Agent for 34 years. One of Sandra’s favorite activities to do was to travel; she visited many places around the world. She was an excellent cook, had the kindest and gentlest soul and was dearly loved by all of her family so very much.

The family would like to give a special thanks to Dr. Vaudry, all the Doctors and Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Aides, Palliative/Hospice Care, Greg Rickford’s; MP Office (Linda Nelson), Eric Melillo; MP Office (Winter Lipscombe), Jimmy Jones; Modern Welding Company. We appreciate all the exceptional care and assistance provided to Sandra during this difficult time.

Donations can be made to a charity of your choice.

Online condolences may be made online at Brown Funeral Home & Cremation Centre entrusted with arrangements.


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Susan Kute

September 10, 2020

I knew Sandra for over 20 years. We met when she was our realtor for purchasing our Florida condo. We met for lunch or yoga or shopping every time I came to Florida. She introduced me to Qigong and tree hugging. She was always open to new ways of experiencing energy and healing. We often discussed nutrition when she made me one her wonderful soufflés. Blessing to her family! How she loved you all. I will surely miss her. Susan ❤️


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