OBITUARY

Sandra Mae Moore

July 19, 1950June 9, 2021

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    Saturday, June 26, 2021

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Patricia Maison

July 8, 2021

Dear Sandi,

I've always liked you since we first met at the Tri-Way Grange. You had an endless smile on your face and love in your heart whenever I was around you. You were cheerful and so easy and enjoyable to be with at all times.

I had admiration for you in every aspect of your being that I had the honor of knowing; such a lovely lady and wonderful human being.

I am sure you are with the Lord and all his Angels and Saints. Will always remember you.

Very Affectionately in Friendship,
Patti Maison




Cis Loftis

June 15, 2021

I met Sandi in 1990 when we moved to Petaluma, CA for the Coast Guard. She took me under her wing and we became fast friends. Over the years we have had a lot of fun going to the movies, casinos, shopping and even a trip to Hawaii. I will miss you my dear friend and you will always be in my heart. My thoughts and prayers are with the family now and always.
Love,
Cis

CHERYL WAITE

June 14, 2021

Sandi I will always remember our times together as CG wives in Astoria OR. I was just looking at a photo of us with Chris and Chuck Booth when we went to Oswald West State Park. All of our kids were babies and we were all so young and happy... such good times. Thanks to our friend Karla we were able to reunite on facebook and catch up with kids and grandkids, talk about all of your travels and our travels and I was always thankful for the travel advice you gave. You had a great smile, funny laugh and you will be remembered as being such a kind, loving person to everyone. May you rest with God.

Carol Coon

June 13, 2021

Where do I start, as we had 50 great years as friends. As are husbands said, you two share a brain, Ha! We lived across the street from her parents, 45 years. So we saw each other when they came home, then we Were lucky to have them retire here in Monroe, Wa. We were closer friends & traveled, cruised., Sq. Danced, shopped, gambled at nearby Casinos, talked on the phone almost everyday. Will miss you everyday, Sandi. I look forward to when we see each other again, in heaven. Thank you for all your love & friendship. Love, Carol 💝
Gary & I send lots of love to Dave, son, Allan ,daughter, Amy &Amy's children, Makayla & Garrett .

Cara Mayberry

June 12, 2021

The years you lived in St. Louis, I probably spent as much time at your house as I did my own. Being friends with Amy meant getting to be part of your family too. And fate was kind enough to make your next move Connecticut so I still got to see my best friend and her family when I went to visit my Grandmother in the summers. You will always hold a special place in my memories ♥️

Cheryl Delavergne

June 11, 2021

I have been thinking all day about you, and one crazy memory comes back ,,,,,,
I don’t know where we we’re in Honolulu or Atlantic City,,,,,, it went like this,,,, when Bob & David retire what do you want to do,,,,, At the same time we said Travel,,,,,we looked at each other and started laughing so hard tears were coming down our face,,,, Then we looked at each,,,, what have we’ve been doing for 15 or 20 years as Coast Guard wives!!!
Love you Sandi
Cheryl

Kim Hastings

June 11, 2021

Gosh Sandi, I don’t even know where to start. You loved me when I couldn’t love myself. You saw me thru such a dark moment in time met me right where I was and loved me unconditionally. Thank you for being you and loving me and my boys like we were one of your own. You made such a positive impact on my life and I wish I could squeeze you one more time and crack a joke about being short! You will be so missed, knowing you are perfectly healed and dancing with Jesus brings peace. I love you!

(Midge)Elvira Purvis

June 11, 2021

My great memories of Sandi...is when she would come into Kenmore Lanes and watch us bowl and have lunch.. plus when we took Lucky Eagles Tour bus to the Lucky Eagle Casino in Rochester.She was always happy with a contagious smile...you will be so missed...God Bless the families...Midge

Sharon May

June 11, 2021

Sandi you will always be in my heart. You were a cherished friend and I will never forget you!

Joe Bahr

June 10, 2021

Sandi, I will never forget you. You will always be in my heart. Thank you for all your support in my difficult times the last 3 years. And your amazing support of the Alz dances. You have been absolutely incredible and a fabulous friend. I will always love you and miss you till we meet again. Thank you for all you have done for square dancing and putting a smile on my face. Thank you for your suggestions and being a counselor to me during my bad times Always remember that I Love You.

FROM THE FAMILY