KESTELOOT, Sandra Lynn (nee Earle)
KESTELOOT, Sandra Lynn (nee Earle) – on June 26, 2016 after a long battle with cancer with her family by her side in her 71st year. Survived by her husband Maurice (Moe), daughters Allison (Steve) Rolson and Rebbeca. Grandchildren Braden and Jessica. Sisters Pat Bouckhuyt, Linda (Gary) Hagerman and brother Ron (Londa) Earle. Predeceased by her parents Jack and Maude Earle and brother Gary. A memorial will be held on July 9, 2016 at 11:30 a.m. at Grace Anglican Church, 4 Pearl St. Brantford. Sandra will be missed by her many nieces and nephews and her friends. In lieu of flowers donations to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Brant Community Health Care System. Special thanks go to Pam Levine for all her help and the staff at the BGH, 7th floor, west wing for making her comfortable.
Moe and Family sorry for your loss Sandy will always be in your hearts and your memories. Murray Sears and Greg Brown
Moe and family,
I never had the chance to meet Sandy, but the way Moe always spoke of her made it clear how big a role she played in his and all your lives. I can only imagine the sense of loss you must be feeling and hope you can find comfort in the happy times you spent together. Thinking of you in this difficult time.
Thank you for naming the Canadian Cancer Society as the
recipient of memorial donations.
Please accept our sympathy and gratitude.
Sorry to hear about Sandy’s passing. May your memories and happy times help your family during this difficult time. Moe you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Rick and Judy Ellenberger, Boots and Barry Fitzpatrick, Jim & Mary Tickner and Doug Tickner
My condolences to Moe and family. Sandy always made me feel so welcome whenever we had skating meetings at your place or when I brought Allison and Kyle over for a swim. I hope all of your happy memories will give you some peace and comfort at this time.
thinking of you all,
Patti & Allison Walsh
Condolences from Denny & Gossette Radlein: We grieve with your family, especially Moe and Rebecca. We met Sandra years ago and she was such a wonderful, fun person to be around. We are saddened that the has closed her eyes so young.
Our good friend Moe.
So sorry to hear the news about Sandy. She was a very special lady and will be greatly missed.
Thinking of you and your family during this very difficult time.
Moe and Family…
we are deeply saddened to hear of Sandy’s passing. We are all thinking of you.
Gabe Tomassoni and your extended family from Huntsville and Bracebridge.
Moe my heart goes out to you and your family in this time and sorrow.
May you take comfort in those around you at this time.
Sorry to hear of your loss Moe, Allison & Beccky….may you find comfort knowing a gentle lady is resting comfortably now at peace. Marianne,Rick, Christine & Angie Ferris
We lost a wonderful friend. Sandy was a very special person. She loved her family & her grandchildren were very important to her. Our children grew up together. We will all treasure the memories that our families made together… Rest in Peace Sandy.
Bruce & Dorothy Mabee
We were very sad to hear about Sandy. I remember being a flower girl at her wedding–wearing the yellow dress that made me feel like a princess. Her spirit will always be with us. Liesha, Carson and Zoe
So sorry to hear about Sandy. I will always remember her impish smile and twinkling eye. As a young girl she took great pride in being included in the traditional Christmas day rabbit hunt with her Dad, her Grampa and several cousins. Our sympathy is with her family.
Marg & Larry Nunn
So sorry to hear about Sandy…I will always remember her impish smile and twinkling eye…as a young girl she was delighted to join in on the traditional Christmas day rabbit hunt with her dad, her grampa & cousins. Our sympathy to Sandys family.
Marg & Larry Nunn
I’m so very sad to have read this. My deepest sympathies to you all.
Tanya (Kelly) Geneau
(Brant Skating Club)