Condolence & Memory Journal

Sandy was an absolute hoot and always made your day better. I was fresh out of High School but I sure got the education of a lifetime workin on those cookie lines with Sandy being one of my fondest teachers. Nights that were filled with the agonizing boredom of factory life were always turned into hours of laughing our butts off. I knew it was going to be a fun shift when Sandy was on my line. One night, for whatever reason,she taught me the words to "Crazy Arms" and to this day when I hear that song I think of that funny funny lady. After our Interbake days, I'd see her occasionally passing by in her bus and we'd wave. I wondered often whatever happened to her. Sounds like she had a wonderful retirement. She sure deserved it.

Posted by Miss Lori Kay - Battle Creek, MI - Coworker   June 08, 2020

Loved spending time with Sandy and all the family. Had many gatherings and special memories . Loved her baked goods also. Sandy you will be missed but you lived life to the fullest. May God Bless you all and her spirit live on.

Posted by Teri - Family   April 13, 2020

So sorry to hear of the loss of your mother, Delberta. My thoughts prayers and many hugs are with you during this difficult time. I'm here if you need anything.

Posted by Melissa Glispy - Battle Creek, MI - Friend   April 10, 2020