OBITUARY

Sandra A. Vuoto

August 13, 1951January 8, 2019

Sandra A. Vuoto was born on August 13, 1951 and passed away on January 8, 2019.

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Sandra A. Vuoto

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DAN COGLIANO

January 13, 2019

SANDY

I HOPE YOU ARE AT PEACE NOW AND I HAVE NO DOUBT THAT YOU ARE. ITS ONLY A FEW DAYS AND I MISS THE HELL OUT OF YOU CHEWING ME OUT ON THE ELEVATOR AND THE STREET FOR NOT TAKING MY FATHER TO COOPERSTOWN. WE'VE KNOWN YOU AND AL FOR OVER 2 DECADES AND I CAN HONESTLY SAY YOU HAVE THE MOST CLASS AND GENUINENESS OF ANY WOMAN I KNOW. LOVED YOU COMING TO ALL MY MARATHON PARTIES AND LIGHTING THEM UP WITH YOUR SMILE. SINCERITY, INTEGRITY + CHARACTER = THE LOVELY AND CHARMING
SANDY VUOTO

REST IN PEACE MY DEAR FRIEND
LOVE ALWAYS
DAN COGLIANO

Regina Colon

January 12, 2019


Sandy, RIP My Beloved Friend, We go back 20 something years and I feel such a loss without you. You have been such a friend and comfort to me during hard days , someone to talk to that will always tell me the truth always, with a heart of gold, always telling me to take care of myself and to put on lipstick. Always so caring about my Boys, my Dad, My Mom, my life. I feel so sad to not be able to call you or email you. I will carry you in my heart for the rest of my days. There are so many talks and things I wish we had time to do together.
I love you
REGINA

Al, please know you have a friend in me, please feel free to reach out to me if you need anything.

Jennifer Bartlett

January 11, 2019

Sandy,

It was a pleasure working with you all of these years. I am sorry to hear of your passing and hope you rest in peace. My condolences to your family and friends, I wish them the best during this difficult time.

With sympathy, Jennifer

Christopher Gumbrecht

January 11, 2019

Sandy our dear friend, you were so loyal, loving, kind, honest and hard working. You inspired us all with your courage and straight forwardness. You warmed our hearts with your smiles and laughter. I thank you for it all. You are loved.

Yours, Christopher

Alicia Cromwell

January 10, 2019

My Sandy V!!!! Such an HONEST straight shooter! I will miss you dearly! One of the very few people I've worked with who knew their job inside and out! Always went above and beyond to help, and was a stickler for orginazation! You've helped me tremendously and It was a pleasure knowing you and working with you! Xoxoxo

Poppy Burns

January 10, 2019

Sandy-
A class act . Always kind always caring. You were a gem. Thank you for all your many words of kindness . P-

Cindi Nardone

January 10, 2019

Oh Sandy! I will miss you dearly. You always would ask me everyday about Charlie and about Walter (my chinchilla Ralphie). I miss working with you and even though it’s been almost a couple years since we have worked together, I thought about you all the time. Rest In Peace Dear Sandy. Sending hugs to Heaven. Always, Cindi

Michelle Newman

January 10, 2019

Sandy,

I always said I hit the jackpot to have you and Al as my neighbors. I will miss you so much and have always appreciated your kindness to me, Ryan and especially Olivia.

Love,

Michelle

Chloe Riccardo

January 10, 2019

"Sandy",

Thank you for taking a chance on a young woman and professional looking for an opportunity. I met Sandy in June of 2015 she took the time to educate me on the Facilities business at Hudson's Bay Company/Lord and Taylor/Saks Fifth Avenue. I appreciate all of your advice, your support, your life lessons you shared with me. You and I became a dynamic duo. I will never forget you in my memories and my heart forever. It was an honor to know you thank you for treating me like a " work daughter" I am sending kisses and hugs to you up in heaven. Praying for your family and friends. She was a phenomenal lady and class act. 😁😇You were an angel.

Mary Stanisci

January 10, 2019

Oh, my sweet, dear friend....how I will miss you. You have been there for me for so long whether it be two floors away at 424 Fifth Ave, or talking by phone or email from Wilkes-Barre to NYC. I am thinking about all the phone calls we had after 5 p.m. talking about work and family.

Your dedication was unparalleled.
You were the ultimate righter of wrongs.
You were wonderful.