Once upon a time there was a beautiful sensitive human being. The world did not see things the way she did. She felt things deeply. She felt everyone’s sadness. It was her superpower. The power to raise above the darkness and help others do the same. They called her an Empath. (jane_lightworker). 

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Sandra Page 69 years old , born on August 4, 1949 and passed away on March 11, 2019.   

Celebration of Life Arrangements for Sandy Page

Sunday MARCH 31st 2:30pm-4:30pm at Rebos (304 Poplar St, Marietta, GA) 

followed by a 

Walking meditation in the labyrinth on Whitlock Ave @ 5:30pm (92 Whitlock Ave NW, Marietta, GA 30060)

If you want to bring food to the service contact Shea Barnum ( or Joni Sims ( call or text 678-887-6336. 

If you want to send flowers to 3950 philmont dr. marietta, Ga 30066 and we'll be sure to bring them to the memorial :)  or in lieu of flowers send a donation to

Please send any pictures you have to, post them here on the forevermissed memorial ( and I can put them in a slideshow. Or if you have developed photos, we’ll have a pin board at the celebration. Also email song requests, if ya got em :)

The Memorial will be rainbow themed  so wear bright colors for Sandy and 

if you have anything she crocheted... wear it or bring it and we'll display it.

 listen to this and think of sandy

Tributes are short messages commemorating Sandra, or an expression of support to her closest family and friends. Leave your first tribute here, and others will follow.

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her Life

Sandy's life seems so connected to ours doesn't it?

So, I've known sandy for 15 years and I know that she loved her network of women. She stayed as close to her faith as she could and she stayed honest about where she was with it. She moreso wanted to hear about everyone else's lives. She was fascinated by stories and our experiences. An empath and a sage. A real warrior woman 

Recent stories

My Hero!

Shared by Denise Woodall on March 13, 2022
i love you so much. Miss you forever and ever. Your voice is guiding me as i guide others through the journey of recovery. I can't believe I'm going through what I am without you, but your wisdom resides within me.  
To the fighting, the warring, the violent storms that crash within me, and around me.
To the ones that come to help show me what hurts, in order to be healed.
To the people who are on this healing journey with me, that are not allowing me to stay small,
but are forcing growth to come bursting forth from the wound that binds us together.
To the remembering of who I am.  ~Sarah Blondin 

In Loving Memory of My Friend Sandy

Shared by Angela Brewer on March 20, 2019

I met Sandy in the rooms as a matriarch of what was one of the largest sponsorship families in Atlanta, Georgia. In all the years I knew Sandy, she was a friend and confidante who was able to deliver the hard truth in a way that was never offensive, and always delivered with such wisdom and a smile. Sandy was there for everyone, in the good times and the bad. She is one of the few people I've known to live her life in joy and she knew exactly how to let a friend discover, on their own, their mistakes, but she was there when requested.

Sandy Page will truly be missed. I love you and I thank you for being a good friend to me and countless others!! I hope your transition is more beautiful and grand than we could ever have imagined!!!! Love Angie B!!