Sandra “Sandy” Laura Smith

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It is with great sadness and much love that we say goodbye to our wife, mother, nana, daughter, sister and friend. Sandy passed away at the age of 71, after a brief but courageous battle with cancer.

Sandra will be lovingly remembered by her husband of 51 years, Lloyd Smith, her three sons; Warren (Shauna), Trenton, Brandon (Linda), as well as her beloved grandchildren; Riley, Samantha, Hayley, Carson and Brody.

A celebration of Sandy’s life will be held at the First Baptist Church, Leduc, AB.
(From Leduc, 5.5 km South on Hwy 2A, 5 km east on Glen Park Road.)(www.firstbaptistleduc.com) on Monday, February 29, 2016 at 1:00pm. A time of fellowship and refreshments will follow the service.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the S.P.C.A. (13620 163 Street NW, Edmonton, AB T5V 0B2)

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Melody

Tomorrow I will have to say goodbye to a wonderful friend and co-worker. Over the years we have shared many treasured memories. she always made me laugh and brightened up my life by being a part of it. these last few months I admired her for her strength of will and positive outlook on life. She always had an easy smile on her face and her and I shared a love of our furry friends which were pals also. She touched many lives and will remain in our fond memories forever.I enjoyed going on many sunny vacations with her . her favourite thing was to bounce in the waves in the Caribbean sun on her floatie. I am so thankful I got to share a part of her life. My heart goes out to Lloyd and her sons and their families.

You will Forever be in my Heart your friend Always Melody

pat smith

Tomorrow we say good bye to a very special lady. Good bye, but never forgotten. Always remembered with love and joy. Sandy was full of life, and an amazing person.We had the pleasure of being part of her extended family. .Lloyd, Sandy, Ron and I shared memories when we celebrated our twenty fifth anniversaries in Jamaica that always bring smiles and laughter.
Sandy was a loving wife to Lloyd who will miss her dearly. Sandy was a great mom to her three sons and loved her grandchildren dearly.
We will always love you.
Pat Smith

Cathy Murphy

Sandy was an amazing vibrant Lady and I had the pleasure of her friendship for more than 20 years. Not only did I work with her at Salem Manor but spent many Ocean side vacations with her. She love to float on the ocean waves on her “floatie”and would spend hours doing so, our many “cheers” to each other and dressing up for Halloween would be her highlight of the trip.

Good Bye my friend, we had fun, we had joy, we laughter in the sun and so into Gods’ Kingdom you now rest. Rest in Peace Sandra and Blessed Be.

Condolences to Lloyd and Sons.

Cathy Murphy

Angie Reyne

Sandy and I worked together for many years at Salem. She was an energetic, vibrant and loving soul. She was very organized and efficient in her work~ caring for the seniors with love always. She taught me alot and I will be forever grateful for the time we spent side by side. Sandy you were loved by many and will be deeply missed. The news of your illness and death have left a great void.
Condolences to Lloyd and family

Gaylene Smith

I was a co-worker of Sandy’s, working many evening shifts together. Sandy was a beautiful lady with a wonderful personality. She was such a caring, giving and loving person- very dedicated to her family, her friends and residents . She loved life and will be greatly missed by all. My sincere condolences to Sandy’s family.
Gaylene Smith

marilyn martin

I also worked with Sandy at Salem. I will always remember her energy, her compassion and her zest for life. My favourite memory is the day she and Melody visited me at Gull Lake. I cannot believe this has happened. My condolences to her family and all of us her Salem family. Marilyn

Alice frig

I worked with Sandy at Salem for many years, she was always well presented and quite private, a gentle soul, will be missed, quite a shock her passing as she did not share her burden, prayers for husband Lyold and sons.

Mary Geiger

I had only met Sandy twice but each time, I saw a lady with a lovely smile, kind heart and humble demeanor. She did not mention her cancer and put on such a brave and positive front. I found out that she had been ill from others and was so moved by how she did not allow this to keep her from living, giving and loving. A beautiful person not to be forgotten. Mary

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