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Sandra L. Glasby

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Sandra Lee Glasby, age 82, of Gaylord, passed away Monday, July 11, 2022.

The family wishes to remember her privately at this time.

Arrangements were entrusted to Nelson Funeral Home and Cremation Service, PO Box 1548, Gaylord, MI 49734.

15 comments on “Sandra L. Glasby”

  1. Bob and Pat Webster

    Al and family, so very sorry to hear of Sandy’s passing. She was a remarkable woman. We will keep you and your family in our prayers. May she rest in heavenly peace.

  2. Ken n Chris Matelski

    Russ and Family so very sorry to read about your mothers passing.
    Know you are all in our prayers.

  3. Mike & Connie Zaborowski

    Russ & Heather & family;
    We extend our sincere sympathy to all of you. We will continue to keep all of you in our thoughts and our prayers.
    Mike and Connie Zaborowski

  4. Al and Family….your spunky gal will be remembered and missed by so many of us in the GCP family. Love and prayers for you all at this difficult time. Cathy Huegel

  5. Saddened to read this. I had fun working with her and getting to know her through toys for tots. RIP Sandy, heaven surely gained a kind soul
    Mary Evans

  6. Al, half of your theatrical team has gone on to put productions on in higher places. What a wonderful lady and what monumental efforts she put in providing the youth in our community with a constructive outlet for their energy. Though you may be grieving at this time, may you find comfort in the knowledge that you were blessed with many happy years with Sandy.

  7. Kathie and Wes Olds

    Al and family, I’m so sorry to hear about Sandy’s passing. Hoping your memories will comfort you.

  8. Al, Russ, Heather & family, you are in my thoughts and prayers. Remember all the great times you shared together.

  9. Tracy Renkiewicz

    Al and family, the community and the neighborhood have lost an amazing lady. Her smile and laugh lit up any room she was in. Heartfelt condolences from the Loviska family. With love, Tracy Loviska-Renkiewicz

  10. I just found out about Sandy’s passing yesterday afternoon. I am shocked & so sad to hear this. I’ve known Sandy since way back working at Marsh Ridge and the Murder Mysteries.

    We had a Marsh Ridge group that used to get together thru the years after we all left there. Sandy & her group performed a Murder Mystery at my work Christmas party a few years back. We met up several times for lunch over the years, she came to my daughter’s graduation party and we would try to keep in touch on FB.

    It’s weird that I was just thinking about her the other day. Thinking that I should go down to Alpenfest again because I knew I would see her there.

    I know she loved Al. She loved her kids, her grandkids, the theater, her sports, & her many friends. I’m glad I was a part of that. Rest In Peace, my friend. 💗💗 — feeling heartbroken.

  11. Al and family,
    Sandy means so much to so many. To us she was a friend, mentor, and family. She will be dearly missed. You all remain in our thoughts and prayers.
    All our love,
    The Rosin family

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