Obituaries

Sandra L. Hoffmeister

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Age 68, of Warsaw, passed away on July 23, 2020 at Suzanne’s Comfort Care Home in Perry, following a lengthy illness, with her husband, Bud by her side.
Sandy gifted her body to the University of Buffalo Medical School Anatomical Gift. A graveside service at St. Joseph’s Cemetery in Batavia will be held at a future date. Local arrangements are being completed by Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home, Warsaw. Online condolences at http://www.robinsonandhackemer.com

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Aug 2.20 from lori vongunden:

Sorry to hear of sandy’s passing. What great lady she was! Always had a smile for her customers. She loved my dog and would take him out a donut if he was out in truck. Prayers for you all.

Aug 1.20 from Jeff and Jess :

Sandy may now be gone from our arms. However, she will forever be held in our hearts and remembered by all the people, who’s life’s she touched while we were blesses to have her here with us. We are sending our love and prayers to uncle Bud and the rest the family during this time of loss.

Aug 1.20 from Linda Woodrich DeLong:

I am so sad that my dear sister, Sandra, has passed away.  I am already missing her so much and especially the 2-3 times a week phone conversations we would have.  She would even ask how I was doing when I know how much pain she was in.  Please continue to keep her wonderful husband, Bud, in your thoughts and prayers as he goes through his terrible loss of his wife of 48 years.  I had a wonderful sister and will cherish her memories forever.

Aug 1.20 from Steven K Murphy:

My sympathies to Sandra’s family and my Aunt Linda.  Thinking of you during this time.

Aug 1.20 from Elizabeth Hall Stotts:

Uncle Bud and Lisa, I am so sorry to hear of Aunt Sandy’s passing. I have so many fond memories of her from when I was younger and throughout the years. She will be missed. I know she is up in heaven making her cheesecakes and goodies for everyone. Love and prayers to you both.

Jul 29.20 from Tim Wilcox:

Bud, I am so very sorry to hear of Sandy’s passing. I have fond memories with you both and you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Jul 28.20 from Angela Nichols Ragusa :

Aunt Sandy, I love you very much. You’re one of my favorite people ❤️ Though you may not physically be with us, we know you’ll always be in our hearts & minds.  Grateful to be your niece & will miss you lots!  The suffering has ended & now you can spread your wings like the angel we all know you are!  Love always Angela XXXXOOOO

Jul 28.20 from Pat Kemp:

Sorry to hear of Sandy’s passing. She was a sweet, sweet lady. Always loved to visit with her.

Jul 28.20 from Kim Sacchetti:

Aunt Sandy was the sweetest aunt I ever had. She will be deeply missed and will always hold a special place in my heart ❤️  Our thoughts and prayers are with you Uncle Bud

Jul 27.20 from Linda Hebell Sutfin :

Dear Bud & Lisa, I am deeply saddened to her Sandy passed and I wish we could have gotten together and give her a big hug. She was my childhood friend since we were 16 and all our memories I will cherish forever. You and Sandy were always together and by her side to say goodbye. I have to tell you that three days before Sandy passed I was thinking of her, I know she must have been thinking of me too. She doesn’t have to suffer anymore and at peace. I loved her like a sister. Please let me know if you have a service as I would like to be there. Take care dear friend.

Jul 27.20 from Paula & John Cook:

our deepest condolences. we have many wonderful memories of Sandra and you, Blessings to you and your family.

Jul 25.20 from Jean (Lowden) Sullivan:

Bud, So sorry for your loss, what a great lady.  I haven’t seen her in many years but remember her smile and friendliness.  Thoughts and prayers to you and family.

Jul 25.20 from Henry & Patricia Robinson:

Hard to find a sweeter Lady than Sandra, God Bless Bud, Family, and friends

Jul 25.20 from Paul & Nancy Gebauer:

Sandy was a wonderful friend and will be sadly missed.