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Celebrating the life of
Sandra Louise Moore "Sandy" Robinson
Passed away on October 21, 2019
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • Family Will Receive Friends
  • 5:00 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. - Friday, October 25, 2019
  • Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
  • 7200 Hodgson Memorial Drive (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31406

  • 912-352-7200

Sandy and I worked together in Fairfax, VA for the Department of Family Services. She will always be remembered as one who worked from the heart. There are so many fond memories of the pimento jars that she shared, stories of her mom, her referral for our family reunion in Santee, SC, her style of dressing and how she connected with each of us that worked in her unit. I know that earth has no sorrow that heaven can't bear so I turn to heaven with a heavy heart. . . . . sincerely, Terri L. Williams-Henderson Former Co-Worker Haymarket, VA 20169

Terri Wiliams-Henderson, Haymarket, VA

Remembering Sandy makes me smile. We were friends in high school. I am so sorry she has gone away. My prayers are for you and your families.

Harriet DouglasJandrlich, Tybee island, Georgia

So sorry for your loss. Sandy will surely be missed. Sending love and prayers to you all.

Amy Shaheen, Indian Land, SC

I used to teach Sandy at the GEM class at the Anderson-Cohen weightlifting Center. She was always smiling and such a joy to have in class. My deepest sympathy for her family. Sh3 will be missed.

Kathy Cromwell , Savannah , Ga

Sandy and I were friends at Jenkins. She was one of the most wonderful people I have known. Very caring for other people. Will miss her smiling face. Bless her Heart. God Bless her family....Sandy, I will see you again someday......

Judy Edwards Desotelle, Gulf Shores, Al.

So sorry to hear of Sandy's passing. Just recently reconnected with her at a Jenkins luncheon. She was just like she was in high school. A caring and loving individual.

ANNA BRUCE VAN WINKLE, SAVANNAH, GA

Savannah native, Jenkins High School graduate and current Skidaway Island resident Sandra Louise Moore “Sandy” Robinson went to be with Jesus on Monday night October 21st.

At each stop in her life, Auburn University, Boston, Atlanta, Dallas, Charlotte, Northern Virginia and especially Savannah, Sandy left an indelible impression with the folks she came in contact with through her work, her neighborhood, her kids’ PTA, on the sidelines of youth sporting events, in the audience of high school theater productions, and churches – especially Gateway Church in Virginia and Isle of Hope United Methodist here in Savannah.

You wouldn’t think that this small, smiling dynamo who was the daughter of Frances Moore, went to Jenkins, then GSU, then Auburn could be termed a “renaissance woman”, but that is exactly what she was. She could paint, she did sculptures, her knowledge on gardening was noteworthy, she could handle things as a cook and there were very few things of which she could not talk intelligently.

Her memory will be with us forever as she leaves a huge hole in her family, her church, her community and this world.  She is survived by her husband of almost 50 years, Dave, her sons David and Brian, her daughters-in law Chara and Nicole and her grandchildren Riley, Eliza, Lucy and Emilia.

The family will receive friends from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. this Friday at Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel.

Per Sandy’s request, there will be no funeral service.

Interment will be at a later date at the family cemetery in upstate New York.

The family suggests any remembrances be made in her memory to Christ Child’s Nest at Isle of Hope UMC, 412 Parkersburg Rd., Savannah, GA 31406.

 

 

 

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Sandy and I worked together in Fairfax, VA for the Department of Family Services. She will always be remembered as one who worked from the heart. There are so many fond memories of the pimento jars that she shared, stories of her mom, her referral for our family reunion in Santee, SC, her style of dressing and how she connected with each of us that worked in her unit. I know that earth has no sorrow that heaven can't bear so I turn to heaven with a heavy heart. . . . . sincerely, Terri L. Williams-Henderson Former Co-Worker Haymarket, VA 20169

Terri Wiliams-Henderson, Haymarket, VA

Remembering Sandy makes me smile. We were friends in high school. I am so sorry she has gone away. My prayers are for you and your families.

Harriet DouglasJandrlich, Tybee island, Georgia

So sorry for your loss. Sandy will surely be missed. Sending love and prayers to you all.

Amy Shaheen, Indian Land, SC

I used to teach Sandy at the GEM class at the Anderson-Cohen weightlifting Center. She was always smiling and such a joy to have in class. My deepest sympathy for her family. Sh3 will be missed.

Kathy Cromwell , Savannah , Ga

Sandy and I were friends at Jenkins. She was one of the most wonderful people I have known. Very caring for other people. Will miss her smiling face. Bless her Heart. God Bless her family....Sandy, I will see you again someday......

Judy Edwards Desotelle, Gulf Shores, Al.

So sorry to hear of Sandy's passing. Just recently reconnected with her at a Jenkins luncheon. She was just like she was in high school. A caring and loving individual.

ANNA BRUCE VAN WINKLE, SAVANNAH, GA


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