Sandra Jean Abbott

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Graveside services for Sandy Abbott, 64, of Naples will be 2 P.M. on Sunday, October 17, 2010 at Woodlawn Memorial Park in Hughes Springs with Noel Higgins officiating. Mrs. Abbott was born on October 08, 1946 in Sweetwater, TX to William and Clovis McCown and passed away on Friday, October 15, 2010 at home. Mrs. Abbott was an employee for 25 years with the Irving School District Survivors include husband Richard Abbott; two daughters: Connie Zarate of Irving, TX. and Shannon Chaboude of Italy, TX.; three grandchildren; Danyel and Allie Zarate and Aaron Chaboude. Online condolences can be made to

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  1. Heaven is a place nearby, so theres no need to say goodbye. Hold tight to memories for comfort, lean on your friends for strength, and always remember how much you are cared about. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  2. Dear Richard,Our thoughts and prayersgo out to you and family.May God give you strengthduring this time.Love Sheron

  3. Richard, Sorry for your loss. Our family is certainly tested by cancer. If you want to talk or re-connect, don't hesitate to call. 305-797-2140. I can't remember if I met Sandy when I was in Texas those many years ago when your Mom was sick. Time flies. May you find peace in the blessing of the life you shared.Love,Cousin Sharyn

  4. Sandy, I am sorry for your family, but glad your struggle has ended. I will miss our occassional online visits. Love to your and your family, Leonard

  5. Dear Family,I have been in touch with Sandy over the last few months and I am sorry that opportunity is no longer possible. Sandy and I worked together in sp.ed. when Sandra Mayes was the director. We had lunch together, talked about family, gave and received advice, and shared a special bond. We have had lunch together on a few visits when she visited Irving and I will miss those. Most of all I will miss that delightful smile and laugh. I know that she is sharing that now with those gone before her and that she is no longer in pain, for which I am thankful.My sincerest sympathy to all of you. Thank you for sharing Sandy with me.

  6. dear Richard i'm sorry to hear about your lost but you know she is not in pain any more . with love sandra gonzalez (from etmc-gilmer

  7. Richard, Connie, Shannon and family – I am so sorry to hear about Sandy's passing. It was an honor to work with her and know her. She had a wonderfully sweet spirit and a beautiful smile that warmed any room she was in. May God comfort you all in the months and weeks to come. Our prayers are with you.

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