The online guestbook for Sandra Gamzon

Posted on May 03, 2010
Posted by: Bob Sattin
From: St.Petersburg, FL

Message: Arnie: It is with shock and profound sadness that I read of Sandy's passing. She was a strong and involved and contributing member of the greater community and especially the Jewish community. How far away Haynes Road now seems. My deep and sincere condolences to you, your mother and your family. Bob

Posted on May 03, 2010
Posted by: albert post
From: wellington FL

Message: Dear Arnie, It is of great sadness that I read about your sister's passing and her battle with cancer. I can relate, my brother has stage four colon cancer and is fighting for his life. I can understand your pain. Words sre so very lacking at this time. With great sorrow, your friend, Al Post and Pam (Uman) Post

Posted on May 03, 2010
Posted by: Marilyn Lassow
From: Manchester, Ct.

Message: Thinking of you and your family. Bill. G-d has gathered an angel for His needs. We will all miss her. Marilyn

Posted on May 03, 2010
Posted by: Sally
From: Providence RI

Message: Dear Arnie and family, I know that it has been very difficult to watch as this disease took over Sandy's life. You can only take each day as it comes, and try to support each other. Long life - Sally

Posted on May 03, 2010
Posted by: Robin Santiago
From: West Hartford CT

Message: It is with great sadness that I learn of Sandy's illness and passing. Although many years have separated us, I cherish the memories I have of her throughout junior high and high school. She was a great gal then and it is obvious that she continued to live her life in the noblest way. My deepest sympahties to her family at this sad time. May her memory be for a blessing. Robin

Posted on May 04, 2010
Posted by: Elise
From: Manchester CT

Message: Bill and family, When I worked at Hartford Public Library Sandys attentive listening style and helpful demeanor to people from all walks of life that came into the library was especially noticeable. She was enthusiastic about teaching and joyful about her work as a professional librarian. Sandy loved life with zest. I thought that she was an excellent role model for me as an aspiring librarian. I feel sympathy for you who knew her best. May you find comfort in many memories of the time you shared with your beloved, Sandy. Elise Browne @ECSU

Posted on May 04, 2010
Posted by: Edward Lipman
From: Andover MA

Message: Dear Arnie, I was shocked and saddened to hear about the struggle that Sandy, you and your family have gone through. My heart goes out to you, your mother, and the rest of your family. You and your family have certainly experienced more than your share of Tsuris over the recent past! Ed Lipman

Posted on May 06, 2010
Posted by: Henry and Dottie Snider
From: Richmond VA

Message: Bill, Adam, and family. Our hearts are with you at this time. Sandy was loved by many, many people. May you be comforted among the mourners of Zion. Henry and Dottie

Posted on May 09, 2010
Posted by: Nancy Silverman Gardosh
From: Givatayim Israel

Message: Dear Auntie Cele,Bill, Adam and Allison, We send you our condolences on Sandy Lee's death. She was so awe-inspiring these last two years with how she lived her life and although we have seen so little of each other over the years, I am so thankful that we had that great visit two summers ago when we made it to Connecticut and were able to be actively loving cousins in person. Wish I could be there now to give you all a big hug. With much love, Nancy, Miki, Yotam and Uri

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