Sandra "Sandy" Ford
Sandra Sue Ford, 66, of Faribault, went home to
the Lord Jesus, Sunday May 4, 2014.
In 1979 Sandy and Rocky moved their family to
Lacey, WA where they raised their three sons. Sandy ran her own lunch
catering business, The Brown Bag, served as director of the ABC Childcare
Center and started other creative ventures including handmade bridal veils
and accessories. Sandy moved to San Diego, CA in 1997 to be near her
grandchildren. She moved to Faribault, MN in 2010 after the loss of her
special friend, Ron Walker. Sandy loved interior decorating and warmly
welcomed others into her home for meals and Bible studies. She delighted in
the small wonders of God's creation, especially nesting birds. Sandy served
the Lord with all her heart and was a faithful friend to countless people.
A funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 10 at the Faribault Evangelical Free Church, with visitation time beginning at 9 a.m. A light lunch will follow.
Arrangements are being completed by the Boldt Funeral Home of Faribault.
Memorial gifts may be designated to the Faribault E-Free Hospitality Team, where Sandy was most passionate in her service of loving God and loving others.
Name: Debbie Bailey
Date: Tuesday May 06, 2014
My Aunt Sandy will and always will be one of my very favorite people in this world. Growing up, she was like a second mom to me. The time I spent at her house with my cousins are some of my greatest childhood memories. Even when they moved to Washington I felt that connection. There will never be anyone quite like her. I don't think I ever got mad or upset with her, and as much time as I spent with her family, I know I got in trouble a few times. She had the biggest heart and could never say no. Even if she wanted to, I don't think she used that word in her vocabulary. Her family and friends always came first. The love that she shared with so many people will never be forgotten. There aren't enough words to describe my Aunt Sandy. But one thing I can say is that I loved her with all of my heart and will miss her deeply. Until we meet again Aunt Sandy.... XO