In Memory

Sandy Marston (Oakland)

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06/04/14 12:32 PM #1    

Rick Nunes

I remember your smile, your encouraging words, the theme from Peter Gunn, and skate boarding down the hill in front of your parents home.


06/14/14 10:09 AM #2    

Rich Castro

How very sad to hear of the passing of Sandy at such a young age. To John her life partner I send my sincere condolences to a an old friend. Life is so very short and it does cause us to wonder why The Lord calls such wonderful people way too early. I remember her as a very kind warmhearted young lady.  God bless John and her family

06/15/14 09:17 PM #3    

Bob Tetak

Sandy, you were the sister I never had in this life. You and John have been my friends since fourth grade at Thomas Jefferson. You were my backup singer, along with Stephanie Webber and Patty Wilson when I sang Love Me Tender and Be Bop Baby in fifth grade. John was the reason I played American Legion and summer varsity baseball, memories I still treasure fifty years later. I will miss your beautiful presence in this realm, but my love for you and John transcends mortal time and wherever you have gone is where I want to be in the next life....see you on the other side sister. Me ke aloha kaikuahine Kala. 

06/16/14 11:42 AM #4    

Susannah Miller (Lung)

Sandy was a lovely person who brightened up my day many times during those challenging days of high school.  She always had a smile, a laugh, or an anecdote to share that made those around her feel happier and more comfortable.  I wish I had shared these thoughts with her at the time.

06/17/14 04:12 PM #5    

Phil Baylis

This was quite a shock to most of us as we had just learned of Mike Candalerio passing.  Sandy was so young by today's life span standards.  My very best to her family and especially, you John.  I hope your many years together will in some way easy the loss.  I knew Sandy and really liked her but I knew, you, John much better having  been on the Baseball team throughout High School.  We also played base-runner together with the Depolo brothers, Carl and Keith at the old Colonial Garden apartments and we played football, basketball, and baseball at ole' SLHS grounds.  Be good and may life bless you.

Phil Baylis

05/14/15 02:58 PM #6    

Vicki Wells (Damiani)

I was shocked to hear of her passing.  I have so many memories of Sandy, from dance school at Adel's, to campaigners, and high school.  My sincere condolences to John and the family.

07/17/15 12:38 PM #7    

Gail Garrison (Cain)

As the 50th reunion gets closer, I am missing Sandy more...her ready laugh, sense of fun, and sensitive self---many memories made with her through high school... silly moments full of "girl laughs." And a few years later, sharing her joy at the birth of her first baby. Sandy blessed many. Deeply missed.

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