| This Memorial
Tribute to Sandra (SanndÍ) Lee Stallmann is
written coming from the heart and soul of
someone who loved and loves her beyond all
SanndÍ was the most loving and caring soul that I have ever known or met. She always cared and thought about others before her self for an example the (homeless, needy and hungry children) SanndÍ also had a great love for animals especially those in need and in despair.
SanndÍ was also a very deeply religious person and loved Our Dear Lord so very, very much. SanndÍ loved gazing at the moon. I asked her once why she loved the moon so much her reply to me was "The moon saw my Dear Lord Jesus". My SanndÍ had the purest heart that I have ever known.
As for my self I know even thou she tried so very hard to conceal it from me she was in so much pain ( which I may ad was so very often ) My SanndÍ would be more concerned and worried about my health and well being than of her very own. When Sannde passed away a large part of my heart and soul was ripped away from me . And I can truly say with the Good Lord as my witness I will never get over losing her ( NEVER ).
SanndÍ was my very best friend my true love my conscience my soul mate my confidant my mentor my inspiration in life and the one that I could always trust and count on no matter what. "SanndÍ was truly a gift from God".
My "Precious Love" passed away unexpectedly July 3rd. 2018
To quote William Shakespeare from his play Romeo and Juliet (Act IV, Scene V, Line 24)
ď Death lies on her like an untimely frost
Upon the sweetest flower of all the field."
SanndÍ loved her job at JC Penney upon her retirement SanndÍ would tell me so many times how very much she missed her job, coworkers, friends and her customers.
In my closing words of this Memorial to my precious SanndÍ I can also ad unquestionably that she missed and loved her family so very, much.
As for myself I turn to these two bible verses to comfort me:
1" Let not your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me. 2" In my Father's house are many rooms; if it were not so, I would have told you; for I go to prepare a place for you.
"Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted."
There is also this beautiful Native American verse pertaining to the loss of our loved ones that goes:
Perhaps they are not stars but rather openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones shines down to let us know they are happy.