- 75 years old
- Date of birth: May 23, 1938
- Place of birth:
Saginaw, Michigan, United States
- Date of passing: Feb 8, 2014
- Place of passing:
Tonawanda, New York, United States
|Let the memory of Sandie be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Sandie McCurry, 75, born on May 23, 1938 and passed away on February 8, 2014. We will remember her forever. She is survived by her son Mike and wife Sue, grandchildren; Rhiannon, Becky, Carina and Alyson. Her daughter Karen and husband Philip, grandchildren; Lynn and Daniel. Her son, Robert and wife Amy. Her son Richard and Bonnie, grandchildren; Katie, Kayla and Kelly. She is also survived by her great-grandchildren; Sebastian, Madeleine, Bailey, Hannah, Evan, Brodie, Collin, Corrie, Amber, Randy, Tyler and Whitney. She is also survived by her two sisters, Barb Partridge and Ann Gainey Waltin Wilkinson. We invite you to share your thoughts and memories. Please feel free to click on the "Stories" tab above to add a story you may want to share from a memory with her.
"Sorry I missed your birthday. As a matter of fact, I missed easter, mother'day, my birthday, billy' birthday, father's day, leigh's birthday and all between. I was in the hospital from March 26th until may 18th and have been in rehab since then. I suffered a severe stroke. The worse problem I have now is, I must use a walker because I still cannot walk with my left leg. I am blessed this is the only damage I have. We went back to church last Sunday for the first time since this happened. Billy gave such a testimony that the preacher did not have a sermon. The holy spirit took over and praise and worship was given. I was so glad that edie, joey, sam and Alex had spent the weekend and had gone to church with us. Thinking of you today. I will always love you."
"2 years. Wow - RIP my sweet friend. So much has happened since you left this messed up place. I know you are in a happier place. Love you and always will."
"Thinking of you today. I think of you so often and all the good times we had. They all are passing away (jack, rodney, sherrill and so many more). I dread reading the obits. Went to the high school reunion at the beach in Oct and 3 classmates of mine and Linda's passed away the next week. Wow, you think, I just spoke with them last week. Love you and will forever miss you."
"Hi there. Thinking about and missing you today on your birthday.Happy Birthday. We love you!"
"Already a year has passed since you've been gone. Miss you.."
"Well, 20 days ago, I had a heart attack - Nov. 10th. It was all such a crazy ordeal. Billy was home and got me to the hospital in record time, the hospital here was very efficient and started working on me - I was put on the helicopter and sent to Providence Hospital in Columbia, SC. It was all in the perfect timing of all the doctors and staff that worked on me. The Cath Lab was ready, I was ready with all the pick lines and meds in me - Had a stent put in because I had one artery that was 100% blocked. God did not see fit for me to leave this world that day. I stayed in the hospital from Monday, the 10th until Thurs, the 14th. I came home and am still trying to get my strength up. Treadmill tomorrow and then 3 months (3 days a week) of Cardio Therapy. Hopefully any more problems can be treated with meds. I thank God each day (many times a day) that I am still here. I think of you often - miss you each day - I will see you again someday. Love you"
"Today is the date of Jack's passing. Thoughts of him today. Since then, his brother Sherrill and his brother Marvin both has passed - leaving Larry, who did change his name back to Roberts (from Conners) and some days he is good and some days not so good. It would be sad to lose 3 brothers in 2 years. As sad as losing a friend - the one I had in you. I think of all of you most every day. God has been good to me and I live each day to the fullest. I try to stay busy because we do not know our future. I am sad today and miss you today. Wish I could call you. I posted a picture on my FB of Larry and Jack - I looked at my likes and there was your name. I guess it was from the last time I posted the same pic on FB. I will pretend it was done today and be happy. I love you and still miss you."
"Today is a very rainy day - but, you know how "I Love A Rainy Night". Listened to the song today that Sue posted. I will always remember you. My sister born to another mother. lol Too much alike were we. Love you and think of you often."
"Well, here I am again - still missing you. You will never guess who has a FB page - no, I am not going there - will get me in trouble. lol Yellow roses always got me in so much trouble. Love you and miss you. Been thinking of you today and wish I could just call you."
"We had breakfast for dinner last night and as always made you a plate too. Hope you enjoyed it! We sure do miss you. Your so entwined into so many parts of my life and things I do. We love you."
"Good Morning, Sandie - I hope you are having a wonderful birthday. I wish you were still here to celebrate in the human flesh. I am sad today because I miss my friend- I waited all day Wednesday to get a call or card from you but, I did not. That part of my birthday was missing. I love you still and will forever remember you and our crazy times. Wait for me and I will see you again - Love you girl"
"I think that this is the first year that I was on time to wish you a happy birthday. Have a good one up there. Raise some hell. (Or not, I'm not sure what the rules are up there, don't want to get you in trouble)."
"This is the part where you say "you were my 40th birthday present" :-) I love you!"
"Well, tomorrow will be my birthday - gosh, I am getting old. 69 years is not fun. We celebrated Billy's 60th Sunday and all the children, grandchildren, Linda Roberts and her family attended along with some of Billy's brothers and their families and a few close friends. It was a fun filled day. We celebrated Leighs and our sister-in-laws because they both were Sunday. Billys will actually be the 22nd and then I will be back for yours. Love you and miss you still. I still do not like a Rainy Night. I can still hear your voice."
"I hope you had a good Mother's Day!! I know your children all missed you as did the grandchildren and the great grands. It was a good day for me - Love you and miss you."
"Well, you are still in my thoughts - I think of you so often. I miss you even more. Will love you for the rest of my life. I will be back to talk to you in a short while because we both have birthdays coming up and I know you will have a good one. Thank you for the friendship, the love and the compassion we shared. I will love you forever."
"Thank you for being such a huge part of my life. You left us too soon in our minds , but we know it was your time to go, and to be free of all the pain .You are safe and at peace now , It is a great comfort to us knowing you were greeted by family saying welcome home, just as you left us surrounded by family saying their goodbyes. I love you. I miss you. I think of you daily."
"I just listened to the song you left today - I sit here with tears in my eyes and realize that you are gone. I did not get to say good bye. Why did you move so far away? I missed all the late night trips for coffee, the late night phone calls and all the other craziness we did. You will forever be in my heart. I love you my "sister" and will hold our memories close. We did have fun and no regrets. A person will only have one friend of this value in a lifetime. Love you, a friend forever."
"Thinking of you today."
"Please add my name to the list of folks that share with you in the sense of loss that you are feeling. It is my prayer that in your sorrow you will see the joy....the gifts that we can celebrate because of her. The latest gift is her sweet great grand child, Whitney Susan. The celebration continues."
"Thank you for raising me, showing me the beauty of ramen noodles, and looking out for me when I cut my eyebrows off. You're a pretty awesome lady. I love you, Gram."
"RIP, Sandie - I will miss you. I love you like a sister. There are so many stories that I would not dare tell. You and I were partners in crime or perhaps just mischief, as we chose to call it. You were the best friend I have ever had and love you just as much as I ever did. The memories of the Stockyard Grill, our little trips in the auto, our long visits to just sit and talk, all the midnight meals - all will be memories for me. I will not consider this a final goodby because when May comes, I will celebrate our birthdays and think of you. Love you and will miss you. Sharon Ann"
"The family lost a good lady..
Although I am not her child she opened her arms and heart to me. I will remember her kindly and with love. Rest well Mom."