Hoy Funeral Home

3855 Seneca Street, West Seneca, NY


Sandra Sue Tomasik

February 20, 1948May 30, 2020

TOMASIK - Sandra S. Of West Seneca, NY. May 30, 2020. Beloved daughter of the late Elmer and Edyth Ball. Loving sister of Lawrence A. Ball of Seattle, WA. Dearest best friends of Jan, Brenda, Kevin, Bev and Craig, Dave and Debbie, and Sharon. Adored owner to her cats Abbey, Mia, Mosie, Ranger, Coal and Thumper and to her dogs Misty and Beagle. A memorial service will be held at a later date. If desired, memorials may be made to Ebenezer UCC or Piece of Heaven Kitten Adoption. Your online condolences may be shared at www.hoyfuneralhome.com


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Beverly Gundlach

June 23, 2020

Dear Larry and our Extended Family,
I knew Sandy ever since I was a baby. My parents were friends with her parents before I was born. I thought of Sandy as not only one of my best friends but also as a sister. She was kind, loving, caring, and was always there to help people or animals. She always put others before herself. She was the matriarch of our family. She loved to entertain and cook. She had picnics, birthday celebrations, holiday gatherings, and numerous other get-togethers. I will miss her more than words can say. I would email her virtually every single day! Whether it was petitions, health webinars, or just checking in with each other we were always in contact. It feels so strange to not be emailing her every day anymore. We are all already lost without her!
My love and sympathy goes out to our brother, Larry, and to all of us who loved her so very much. Kevin has adopted her cats as Sandy had requested. We will all check on them and I am confident they are in good hands.
Sandy is now free of her health challenges and experiencing nothing but Love, Peace, and Joy in the hands of God. She is blessed to be with many loved ones, including her parents, my parents, relatives, friends, and her beloved pet children. I look forward to the day when we will all be reunited. Sandy promised to give my parents and her parents a hug and a kiss for me and I promised to check in with Larry.
With Heartfelt sympathy and love to all who loved her,

Deborah Frey

June 11, 2020

Even though I have not known Sandy for very long, I count it a privilege to have been in her circle of friends. I miss playing pinochle with her and of course Oh Heck! She was generous and she shared her time. She always made sure everyone had something. Gifts at birthday, holidays and extra helpings of Holiday fixings. Our group may be smaller now but we are huge on memories.

Betty Lock

June 10, 2020

Sandy was always there for me. She had a big heart, always tried to do more for others.
She and I took trips to ride roller coasters (Sanduski, Cyclone in NYC). She even went white water rafting down the Youghiogheny River.
Many fond memories playing cards.
My condolences to Lawrence and her many friends.

Donna Erickson

June 10, 2020

Sandy has always been such a caring and loving friend. Her passion was her love for rescued Cats and Dogs. She was always there to help people in need also. She was a very compassionate woman. Her kindness and friendship will live in my heart always. My deepest condolences to her brother and her many friends that have been with her for so many great years. May Sandy rest in eternal peace and comfort.

Lisbeth Walls

June 9, 2020

A wonderful friend, an amazing co- worker and tireless animal advocate🐕🐈🐱🐶

Brenda Frey

June 8, 2020

Sandy always cared about everyone more than herself. Even when she was in the hospital. She loved animals and had rescued cats and dogs. She loved volunteering with no kill shelters that is how I met her and so thankful that I did. Loved going on day trips and long trips with her. She will be greatly missed. Brenda Frey