Sandra  Sheldone (May 25, 1945 - December 19, 2019)

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Sandra Sheldone
  • May 25, 1945
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  • December 19, 2019

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Sandra Morrison Sheldone, 74, wife of Joseph Sheldone, passed away Thursday, December,19, 2019 at the Lee Memorial Hospital in Cape Coral, Florida.

Born May 25, 1945 in Bradford, PA, she was the daughter of the late Howard and Olive (Amsler) Morrison.  

Sandy attended Bradford High School and went on to be a Corporate Insurance Supervisor for Golden Corral.  

She is survived by her loving husband, Joe; children Diane (Bob) Dunn, Dan O’Neil and Don O’Neil; sister Sis Reinfrette and brother, Jack Morrison; grandchildren Christine Barkley, Shelby Dunn, Sam Dunn, and Joe Dunn. 

Sandy was preceded in death by her siblings Donna Miller, Barbara Cross and Hank Morrison.

She had a wonderful sense of humor and loved to tell stories and jokes.  She also enjoyed crocheting and made beautiful afghans for family and friends.

Sandy will be sadly missed by every life she touched including her prized companions, her dogs Daisy and Hank.

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  1. Joe Sheldone says:
    16 Sep 2021
    Wow. Almost 2 years and I just find out Sandy has passed. They say it's never too late though. She was an infectuouly happy woman. She made life tolerable while living in Ohio. As a stepmother I know she cared deeply for me and my brother. I would have loved to tell her Thank You so much for your love when dad felt it wasn't necessary. God bless and rest in peace.

  2. Lorraine and Dan Mamula says:
    02 Mar 2020
    We were deeply saddened by our sister-in -law Sandy's sudden passing and she will be deeply missed.
    We remember the many enjoyable times we spent together in Ohio and on visits to Florida, where we spent many hours laughing and talking on the lanai. Playing Scrabble was a must and she played to win!
    She always welcomed us and made us feel at home. We will definitely miss the good times we spent together.

  3. Ronnie says:
    01 Mar 2020
    I absolutely loved aunt sandy. I always looked forward to christmas time and family get togethers because I knew you guys were coming over. Always made me laugh, and she cherished my hugs lol. It's amazing how fast time has gone, I know the distance seperated us all, but my feelings always held true. I will miss you aunt sandy. You definately made a positive impact in my life, one that I'll be forever grateful for. ❤

  4. William Kennard lit a candle:
    29 Feb 2020
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  6. Brandy Larrick says:
    29 Feb 2020
    I will always remember the walks Aunt Sandy and I took around Deltona Drive, Geneva on the Lake, her great sense of humor and infectious laugh. I will treasure the memories from the trip me and my mom took to Cape Coral with Katherine a few years ago. Sending lots of love and prayers to Uncle Joe!

  7. Denise Sheldone lit a candle:
    29 Feb 2020
    Lit since February 29, 2020 at 2:40:22 AM

  8. Christian Wagner says:
    28 Feb 2020
    My deepest condolences for your loss. I hadn't seen Sandy for quite some time but will always remember the laughs we shared on your front porch in Poland. Don't know if I ever told anyone this, but when she applied for a job at Gabriel's, she didn't ask me, she told me I was hiring her....and that was that ! And will always remember her love of cows ! Don't know how that ever came about, but anytime I saw one I thought of her...May God bless you and keep you during this difficult time.



  9. Nicole says:
    28 Feb 2020
    I will miss Aunt Sandy and treasure the homemade gifts from her always.

  10. Denise Sheldone says:
    28 Feb 2020
    Sandy, my friend and confidant, was a very loving and kind woman. We were blessed to have her as part of our family. There were so many good times, too many to mention, however her ability to make me laugh, will always be in the light of those times. I am truly going to miss her and I couldn’t have asked for a more wonderful sister-in-law. Until we meet again Sandy, nothing but love.❤️

  11. BARBARA GROSS says:
    28 Feb 2020
    I will truly miss Sandy we had such good times when we use to get together. Our friendship started in Lowellville and continued to Cape Coral, Fla. I can remember going to Columbiana arts and craft shop with her. I parked my car, hardly no one was there yet. I had bought a Sheppard staff for my garden plus other arts and crafts. It was really getting crowed so we decided to leave. When we got to the parking lot , neither of us could remember where the car was. She was carrying the Sheppard staff , we walked that parking lot for 2 1/2 hours before we found the car. There she was with that staff, I thought she was going to kill me. Then in Cape Coral, I use to like go to open houses. One afternoon we stopped for a open house. We walked in and this old guy was the owner ,he had shut the closed . Sandy and I were walking around . He kept asking us if we wanted to see his tool shed in the back of the property. I then asked were is the realtor . "Oh I don't have one, I'm doing this myself even though he had a realtor sign in the yard. We couldn't get out of there fast enough , we were scared. Last time we did that. Joe and I will truly miss our good times with her .

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