Sandra Isabel Brooks

February 13, 1935November 29, 2018

Sandra Isabel Brooks, 83, was born February 13, 1935 and passed on November 29, 2018 in Tucson, Arizona after a long battle with dementia. She was a person who met every challenge she faced with strength and determination. It is without a doubt she had a guardian angel on her shoulder. She will be deeply missed and forever loved. She is survived by her children, Sharleen M. Pedroza (Tony) of Tucson, Arizona, Jonnene M. Jones (Gary) of Flowery Branch, Georgia, John W. Bleecker (Jeanne) of Flowery Branch, Georgia and her granddaughter, Jenna M. Bleecker of North Hollywood, California. A memorial service will be held at 10:30 AM on Sunday, March 17th, 2019 at the San Pedro Chapel, 5230 E. Fort Lowell Road in Tucson, Arizona with a luncheon to follow, onsite, immediately after the service. Thank you to all the compassionate people at Villa Maria Care Center who cared for and came to love her, to the doctors and nurses at Tucson Medical Center ER, and to the staff of Desert Rose Heather Cremation & Burial who were so compassionate and respectful.


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Sharleen Pedroza

February 13, 2019

Happy Birthday Mom! I can't believe you have been gone almost three months. I will miss not taking you to Dairy Queen today but thinking about how happy it made you makes me smile. I love you and miss you so much.

Silvia Moreno

January 28, 2019

Sandy was my sister-in-law & she babysat my son little Ronnie for a short time, his uncle Jim called him Chups & that nickname stayed for many years. Sandy & I shared many memories & much laughter, she had a smile ear to ear that was infectious. She raised 3 beautiful children, Shar, Marie & John that the Bleecker & Moreno family are so proud of & loved. Thank you my Sandy girl, you are home being that smiling vibrant person we all remember. LOVE YOU FOREVER , always your Silvia.

Dorothy Mellon

January 16, 2019

Sandy I remember when you would come out to our house on a Sunday afternoon and hang out around the pool. We would laugh and carry on like two teenagers. We were going to go out to dinner with the kids one Sunday and we had to find you some dry clothes to wear. We were a little taken over by the sun and beer. We weren’t even aware of how silly we looked and how loud we were. But Marie was and she wasn’t happy with us. Remember Marie?
I know for those of you reading this, it doesn’t make sense but Sandy it makes sense to you. And me. We always raced to see who would get out our Christmas card to the other one first each year. You were such a beautiful person Sandy and we were all blessed to know you. You will be sincerely missed but never forgotten.
Love you girlfriend!