Condolences for Sandra Ann Kelly

SALEM GASTRO GIRLS posted on 3/26/08

Jennifer, All of us at Salem Gastroenterology are sadden by the loss of your Mom. You are in our thoughts and prayers. May God comfort you and your family. Several people have asked for your address. At your convenience please e-mail or call us. WE LOVE YOU! Girls at Salem Gastro


Donneta Gillespie RN posted on 3/26/08

I am deeply saddened to known that such a loving, cheerful and caring person such as Sandra has been called home way too soon. I worked with Sandra at BCC. She cared so much for others and I feel I have lost someone very special to me. She was one of my mentors and I feel very priviledged to have known her. My deepest sympathis to her family.


Connie Hartley posted on 3/27/08

Dear Jennifer & Liz, My heart is heavy with sadness for the grief you are feeling. Your Mother was a wonderful, sweet person. She was so proud of her beautiful daughters, and I'm sure that little grandson lit up her life. Let your memories help sustain you,and know people are praying for your peace and comfort during this difficult time. Much love and God bless Connie Hartley


Debbie Moore posted on 3/27/08

There are so many great things I could say about Sandra. She was a great co-worker, wonderful nurse and just such a joy to be around. I will always have good memories of her. She had the best attitude and could always keep things in perspective. She really loved her daughters and talked about them all the time. I hope they can find peace in knowing how much joy they brought her. She will be greatly missed by everyone who knew her.


Beverly Anderson posted on 3/27/08

Jennifer and Liz, So sorry to hear about your loss. Your mother was always so loving and kind to everyone. It is hard to believe she has died. Since you girls have grown and gone your separate ways we have lost touch. Justknow that our thoughts and prayers are with you. I still can't believe she is gone, she was always so vibrant and full of life. Love, Beverly and Tim Anderson


Karen Massie McDonald posted on 3/28/08

Not quite what to say except heaven is sweeter since Sandra is there now. What a beautiful person. Jennifer and Liz, you had such a wonderful mother that only wanted what was best for you. I remember so many wonderful Sunday afternoons at your home when she opened up your home for us Singles to fellowship together. Some of my best memories during that time were at your home and when we went on a camping trip together and it rained almost the whole time, but we had a blast. I am so sorry I am not able to make the service at Pinedale on Saturday afternoon. She will definitely be missed. I know she had to be a wonderful grandmother. My prayers and thoughts are with you. God bless you. Sincerely Karen McDonald (Massie)


Herb Bachenheimer posted on 3/28/08

Sandra you are one very speical lady. You have bought happiness to all you've touched. I know this my mom knows and Nancy too. Be at peace now. Herb


Debbie Moore posted on 3/25/08

I just heard of Sandra's death and want to extend my condolences and sympathy. I worked with Sandra at LMH many years ago. May God provide you with His comfort during your time of grief and loss.


karen masencup posted on 3/30/08

You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I worked with your mom in surgical admission at Forsyth. She was so much fun and full of life. We will all miss her. Karen Masencup


Amy Rosinger posted on 3/30/08

I was so sad to hear of your Mom's death. I worked with her at FMC, and have known her for years. I most recently worked with her in the G.I. lab. I always loved working with her. She was a wonderful nurse. Took great care of her patients. She semed to truly love being a nurse. She was so proud of her girls,and you could just see it and hear it in her voice when she talked about you both. My prayers are with you and all your family. Amy Rosinger


Neal Conner posted on 3/26/08

I was sadden to hear of Sandra's death. She was truly a wonderful and caring person. Sandra was one of those bright lights who left way to soon.


Sonya Newton posted on 3/29/08

I am so very deeply saddened to learn of your mother's passing. What a remarkable lady, she was, as well as a good friend! I met Sandra while doing a supervisory visit on one of my aides at a client's home. Sandra was doing a nurse visit. We struck up a professional friendship, which turned into a more personal one. We did not get to see each other, as much as I would have like to, due our schedules. Sandra seemed to appear in my life at the times that I needed her the most. When I had a compound fracture of my right leg and was homebound in a wheelchair for 8 months, Sandra would occasionally drop by with lunch and sit and socialize with me. When my mother was in CCU, she was my mom's nurse. When my Mom was going to have colonscopy, Sandra was her nurse. When Mom was hospitalized for Merkel cell cancer to her face, Sandra was her nurse. I remember Sandra's fantastic 4th of July parties. She so loved people. She will be truly missed.


Gail Dull posted on 3/26/08

I was deeply saddened to hear of Sandra's illness and untimely death. I worked with her in the Coronary Care Unit at Forsyth Medical Center. She always brightened everyones day. She was very proud of her daughters. May your cherished memories of her be with you always. Gail Dull


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Greg Sawyers posted on 3/26/08

My deepest sympathy for Sandra's family. I worked and laughed with Sandra many times at Forsyth Hospital. I remember her sharing her great love for her daughters. No one had a sense of humor like Sandra.