Sandra E. Stafford-Chester

December 9, 1935March 6, 2018
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Sandra E. Stafford-Chester was born on December 9, 1935 in Plattsburgh, New York and passed away on March 6, 2018 in Titusville, Florida


  • Visitation Sunday, March 18, 2018
  • Funeral Service Sunday, March 18, 2018

Sandra E. Stafford-Chester

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Karen Bowman

March 17, 2018

My memories of my aunt Sandra are ones of her strength, her faith in God and the love she had for all her family. She was a very strong woman who, even faced with difficult challenges, faced them with courage and unwavering faith in God. She was very much loved and will be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to all the family.

Debra Stafford Galloway

March 17, 2018

This is how I remember Aunt Sandra: 1970; Cindy and Bob's wedding. From left: Aunt Muriel Stafford, Aunt Sandra Stafford, Gram (Cora Stafford) Aunt Betty Ellsworth Morrison, Nana( Lorena Ellsworth) Grandpa (Lowel Ellsworth ) in background.
I remember Aunt Sandra taking me to the North Pole to visit Santa's village when I was six. Kind. She also let my friends and me stay with her as we passed through Florida many years ago. Kind again. Good memories. Thank you. :-)

Adam Murphy

March 13, 2018

For as long as I can remember you made every holiday and birthday a special one by letting me know you were thinking about me-no matter how far apart we were. It was always a Mickey mouse themed item when I was younger and I absolutely loved everything you sent to show me your love. Boxes of candy and fruit. Always something sweet with a nice letter full of kind and inspiring words. Our trip to the Ausable Chasm and getting to see you frequently while I lived in Florida. My first car. Nanas house. More love and support then I could have ever imagined or expected. Thank you for everything you have done and the inspiring way you treat everyone no matter who they are. We love you Grammy.

Jeannine Murphy

March 8, 2018

My heart is so full with all of the wonderful memories of better days gone by. I will forever cherish the times we shared and the love she gave to everyone she knew. I never knew a bigger heart, a kinder soul, or a more faithful Christian. She taught me so much, accepted my faults, and made me feel like a daughter. It is with sadness for myself and others who will miss her, but yet with joy for HER that I say good-bye. I know she sits at the hand of Jesus and is at peace. She was not afraid of leaving this earth and would not want us to mourn but rejoice in this. I love you. Thank you for being an amazing role model and mother. Your legacy will live on in our hearts and memories forever.

Love and best wishes to all of the family. I am so sorry for your loss. Please let us know if there is ANYTHING we can do. XXOO
Jeannine (and Kevin, Adam, Nick, and Jared) Murphy