Sandra Hess

Sandra Hess

Sunday, March 25th, 1945 - Friday, January 25th, 2019
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Jacci Mason

Posted at 08:53am
Sandy was a classmate in Springfield, Colorado up to the 8th grade when her Uncle Ed Sipes passed away and all of a sudden she was gone..I had no contact with Sandy until I saw her graduation picture in the Lamar Daily News. I could not believe how beautiful Sandy had became. My class mates and I spoke of Sandy often and wondered where she was and what she was up to. Fifty some years later we finally was able to get in touch with her and actually got to meet her and her friend Henry in Springfield, Colorado on a Thursday night at fair time and a class reunion. On Friday I drove them around Springfield most of the day remembering all the Great times we had growing up and going to school. A lot of changes in 50 years, but still some familiar buildings that we could identify. At 4pm we met our mutual friend Judy Meyers Rutherford at her house and for a coup;e hours we went back in time to a much different place and time. On Saturday we rode on a class float down main street with our many friends from the past. I and Judy stayed in touch with Sandy but due to health reasons we all encountered, we went our separate ways until Judy called me and ask if I had heard from Sandy. No i had not but I would just call her. Her phone had been disconnected.. so we both wrote to the two addresses we had for her. On August 22nd Robert Hess called and informed us that Sandy had passed. Thank You Robert for letting us know. I contacted some of the other class mates to let them know also.. Our hearts and Prayers go out to you and Tabre.. Sandy was definitely one of a kind. Beautiful ,smart and a delight to know. Rest in Peace Dear Friend

Robert Hess

Posted at 05:30pm

I had the honor of knowing Sandra for most of my Life. She has taught me many things, she taught me how to have compassion for and tenderness mankind. She opened my eyes to unfamiliar understandings. She once told me that if a person steals something, do not get upset because that person must need it. She would hand out money to the homeless, she was kind hearted and compassionate. Sandra loved horse racing, all sports and collecting baskets. She was a gypsy at heart and loved to travel.
She treated all mankind as equals.

Sandra was the most congenial person I have every know. She was the strongest mother I have ever scene. Then came boom bee, what was this boom bee? It was her pet name for her only, and finest son, Tabre. Whenever she said the words boom bee, he would always smile. After having several failed attempts at birth, she gave birth to Tabre at the age of 43. Tabre was to be her precious prince and the finest in all the land. She would carry him everywhere on a pillow, he would never leave her lap. We purchased a crib, but it was never used. She gave her entire existence to her son Tabre.

As we go through life’s morphing process, we shed all the pain, tears, sorrow and deadly stress. Our souls mature into purified, true love.

Sandra was a cancer survivor, given just three months to live. She has been close to death on many occasions. I have no conception of what those situations must have been like to contemplate. Going through these unfortunate events made her stronger. At the time of her passing she was in a positive, great state of mind and Tabre and myself both talked with her on her final day. Her passing came peacefully, while asleep in her bed, luckily never having to waste life’s valuable time, to contemplating one’s existence. She was looking forward to coming back to California and enjoying the warm weather.

I know she will walk strongly through the valley of death and follow the light and be accepted into eternal life. Energy does not die and will live eternally. Sandra will make the best angle to watch over children. Unlimited kindness, strength like no other or as the might oak tree and with the strongest conviction and morals.

God is true love. Nature is also true love, because it is all around us, the air that we breath, the grasses, the trees and the beautiful sky and stars. We are all created from stardust and rightfully so, we shall return, ashes to ashes, dust to dust, only to be reborn in the endless passage of eternity, as we proceed through our limited awareness in our participation, known as life.

Peace and tranquility now fill the air, in passing, our knowledge is limited, we enter the unknown, we approach it in celebration to go forward on our eternal journey. We all only walk the Earth for a very short period in time. Sandra will always live within our hearts and help guide our minds when we look for assistance.

No more pain, turmoil or abuse. Only the strongest positive forces will now prevail,
Sandra, rest in peace my love, rest in peace!

Kim Pfeiff

Posted at 06:48pm
I am so glad I met Sandy a few years ago. She was always so sweet and kind. I will miss her greatly. With sincere sympathy! Kim

Kelley Gilliland

Posted at 02:19pm
Sandy will be greatly missed. I am proud to be able to call her a friend and will miss her beautiful face and loving spirit. Kelley

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