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Jan Storm planted a tree in memory of Sandra Ladd
Friday, August 21, 2020
Some friends are forever friends. Sandy was one of those. Plant a Tree
Satomi (Stevenson) Wakefield lit a candle
Friday, July 31, 2020
The last time I saw Sandy was at Mike's "Celebration of Life" party at the pizza place. And still that bright, welcoming, I love you smile made it's warm and constant appearance. What a genuinely kind and loving person. You will be sorely missed. Sandy's Mom and my Father were brother and sister. May God Bless her family.
Chelsea Aillon (Hays) lit a candle
Friday, July 17, 2020
Sandy was such a loving mom and kind individual who “showed up” to everything!! She was hard working and supportive to all (even to friends of her kids who she treated like her own). She made being a mom look easy! Some of my first memories of Sandy were during the years that she worked in the old district office building for the Superintendent. During Summer and after school, Mikaela and I would run up and down the old wooden stairs and down the wooden halls. I remember the huge fans (since there wasn’t any air conditioning) would drown out our screams slightly, but never enough to keep us out of trouble. Still, she didn’t stay mad for long! Each time I came into the building to visit my dad, I was always just as excited to see Sandy and her smile! She always made me feel so loved and special! As Mikaela and I grew up- Sandy was always right there! I don’t remember a single football game she missed to come watch us cheer! Or a car wash at Burgerville... Ready with warm drinks to greet us after a long, wet and cold day! I feel blessed that I knew her and grateful for all the wonderful childhood memories. She will be greatly missed, but welcomed with open arms from many in heaven! To the family, my heart goes out to you all! Please let the Hays family know if you need anything. You have been in our thoughts and prayers!
Crystal Bassett (Wilkes) planted a tree in memory of Sandra Ladd
Thursday, July 16, 2020
With loving memories of "Sandra Ladd", my godmother, your life was taken too soon. I hope you knew how much you were loved. And this tree will be for. Plant a Tree
Sara Barlow lit a candle
Sunday, July 12, 2020
Sandy was like a second mom to me in junior high and high school. I have so many memories at her house after school, slumber parties, cheer events and dance classes. My heart goes out to her family. Mikaela, my family and I are here if you ever need anything. ❤️
Sherry Ritter posted a condolence
Saturday, July 11, 2020
Sandy was my daughter Becky's second mom. The girls spent alot of fun times together. Becky got to go camping with them often and I love that sandy treated her as one of her own. Becky's heart is broken as many of her friends are. Rest in peace sandy..you are missed terribly.
Les Brown posted a condolence
Tuesday, July 7, 2020
Sandy worked for Washougal School District serving students as a secretary, administrative assistant, and receptionist in various roles through her career. She worked for Washougal schools for more than 28 years, from 1987 until 2015. Sandy was dedicated to her family, and worked multiple jobs for years as a single parent to support her children, and provide them with education and opportunities. After leaving Washougal schools, she continued to work at Burgerville, and loved running into former colleagues, students, and friends. She cared deeply for those she served and worked with. In addition to her administrative support at District Office, Sandy worked in Special Services and at Cape Horn-Skye Elementary, among other roles with the district. She was a major support for the summer meal programs in many years, working to ensure that students and families were able to access food during the summer break. She also supported many after school meetings, working with the superintendent and school board for more than a decade while the 1999 bond projects were underway. Sandy was active with state organizations, supporting the Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee that worked to train classified staff around the state. Sandy's work made a difference in the lives of others, and she worked hard to do what was right in each situation. Her contributions to the community, our schools, and in service to students will be missed.
Becky Ritter lit a candle
Monday, July 6, 2020
Sandy taught me at a very young age that working hard is the only way to get where you want to be in life. She was one of the hardest working people I have ever known. She also showed me that you do whatever it takes to take care of your family. When she wasn't working (sometimes 2 jobs) she was taking us to visit Santa, on camping trips, trick or treating, and providing lots of laughs. Almost every memory I have of Sandy is her smiling from ear to ear. Unless we made her angry (which we certainly did) and then it was her angry face followed by our FULL legal names. Lol - nobody could yell "REBECCA LYNN" like Sandy. She put up with a lot, but was always there for her family when they needed her. Everything she did was for others. She was incredibly selfless. There are no adequate words to describe how amazing she was, or what a huge impact she had on those who were lucky enough to be loved by her.
Jessica Lawrence uploaded photo(s)
Sunday, July 5, 2020
Sandy was a wonderful person. She loved her first granddaughter from the moment she knew about her. She was so dedicated to her family and worked so incredibly hard. We are at a loss for words on why this happened and pray for justice. Thank you Sandy for everything you did for Hailey and I and we will love and miss you. Don’t worry we will take good care of Willow. ❤️
Melissa uploaded photo(s)
Sunday, July 5, 2020
Moms whole world. She loved being a grandma and is missed dearly by all of them
The family of Sandra Glayn Ladd uploaded a photo
Friday, July 3, 2020
The Allen Family planted a tree in memory of Sandra Ladd
Monday, June 29, 2020
We are thinking of you during this difficult time. Plant a Tree
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