Collins Clarke MacGillivray White Funeral Homes

307 Promenade Riverside, St-Lambert, QC


Sandee Hague

March 22, 1984September 5, 2019

Sandee Hague was born on March 22, 1984 in Montreal, QC and passed away on September 5, 2019.


22 September


10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Résidences funéraires Collins Clarke MacGillvray White Funeral Homes

307 Promenade Riverside
St-Lambert, QC J4P1A7

22 September

Memorial Service

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Résidences funéraires Collins Clarke MacGillvray White Funeral Homes

307 Promenade Riverside
St-Lambert, QC J4P1A7


Sandee Hague

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Carina Miller

September 16, 2019

She was such a spark! She was inspiring and passionate and kind. I hope her children grow up learning about what a dear soul she was!

lana steele

September 13, 2019

Sandee, I first met little John my 1st year of working at his school. He was in my kindergarten group. We hit it off...loved that little guy immediately. When I met you SAME THING. We shared so much. about life. I LOVED our conversations & your positive attitude. Our paths crossed many times. I'm still in shock still shaking my head. I truly believe in the power of guidance from up above. R.I.P. Sandee
Sending prayers for strength and guidance to the family & friends.

Jean-François Gordon-Masmarti

September 12, 2019

I met Sandee back in CEGEP at Champlain College, over a decade ago. Right from the start, I recall how nice she was, trying to help me adapt to post-secondary studies, registration, books, etc. When I heard of her abrupt passing a few days ago, I was shocked... I knew she had made a family for herself, a loving husband and beautiful children. Never did I expect to see the news of her death.
I'll always remember the memory of when she invited me to her boyfriend's hockey game in Cornwall, ON, back in 2007 or so, and that we took my parents' old white van against their wishes. We got to the game, but the van died over there! We had to get her in-laws to drive us all the way back home. Oh, what a situation! Yet, she still found the positive in all of it.
She will be missed by all who knew her. Rest in peace, Sandee.

Susan St. Jean

September 11, 2019

I only remember Sandee as a very little girl, but she always seemed full of confidence and loved hanging out with all the adults. She seemed to me like an old soul that could take on the world. To her mom who I only knew as Sam, our friendship was important to me and even though it drifted over the years my heart definitely goes out to you in this time of grief. I’m so sorry for your loss. My condolences to you and your family.

Robert Fortin

September 11, 2019


The night is dark
The day is gone
The final words
Of her fading song
What once had come
Gone, no more
Dream to see what will become
End of day
Is not end of sun
Nor is lost
In time to come
What once we love
Will never be undone
Tomorrow's dawn
Is not so long
Just the night away
A brief: "Hold on"
Sorrow here
But not to stay
Tomorrow comes
Pain will fade away
Forever more
We shall remain
Thought it will never be the same
We miss you now
We missed you then
Forever in our hearts
Until we meet again

Donna Howe

September 10, 2019

Sandee loved her job and enjoyed coming to work each day! She joined our Centennial team last year and was a pleasure to have in class! The students loved working with her ❤️ Sandee was willing to learn new things on the job and was always an active participant, helping each of our students and enriching their lives each day. Her presence, warm nature and amazing smile will be missed. Sandee...we think of you often and know that you will always be with us here at REACH xo

Glen Hesse

September 10, 2019

We met at adult ed in Brossard almost 20 years ago , became friends and rivals for best in our classes to see who will be the best in school. Through the years since we have always kept in touch , now my heart is saddened that I wont see or hear from her anymore , my heart goes out to her family and her kids , for now an angel is gone to a place of peace .

Allison Ryan

September 10, 2019

I met Sandee when she was first dating my cousin Collin. Her smile light up a room, her spirit inquisitive, her humor always ready and truly authentic. She was an immensely caring person who thought of others often before herself, a giver and not afraid to tell someone she appreciated them. She was honest in this way, humble, genuine and a beautiful person in and out. She wasn't afraid to "get real" when discussing many different matters of both the heart and mind, often things of importance others wish to avoid speaking of (to phrase another way, she had a great amount of courage and compassion). I lost touch with her in person after her separation with my cousin but always thought fondly of her and last saw Sandee at her brother's Illustration and Design end of program vernissage. She was dressed smartly in a blazer and armed with a camera, looking so proud. She valued family most and above all else in this world...the connections, relationships, personalities, stories and traditions. Sandee was the most enthusiastic cheerleader for those she cared for. She was one of a kind.

Nancy LeBrun Watmore

September 10, 2019

My heart goes out to Sandee and her family. I only knew you as a wee little nugget, as your mom and I were friends in those early years from childhood throughout our high school years. Sam, my condolences to you, I feel heartbroken, and I’m so sorry. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone.

Carole English

September 10, 2019

REACH School brought. Sandee and me together...our short time knowing each other I found her to be a kind..funny...caring...person...who adored her children...My last memory was giving her a big hug congratulating her on her new position at school that she was very happy about. Im sure she would have been great at the new position....my time knowing her was cut short too soon. .She will be missed. 💞