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Sondra Marilyn Putnam

 

Sondra Marilyn Putnam, age 76, of Havre de Grace, MD, passed away peacefully on Sunday, August 23, 2015. She devoted her life to caring for her family and was a talented homemaker.

She is survived by her son, Jeff Putnam of Simpsonville, SC; daughter, Nancy Sevinsky (Joel) of Highlands Ranch, CO; daughter-in-law, Christine Putnam of Newark, DE; and 3 grandchildren.

No services have been scheduled.

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  • Sandy will be remembered by so many who loved her. She was a wonderful woman and such a good friend to us all. We will continue to treasure the blankets, and all of our Christmas decorations she made for us. We will miss her lovely birthday cards and phone calls, and especially her lovely smile. Our deepest sympathies are with you, Joyce and Rich

  • We met Sondra in Port Richey, Fl. in 2000. My husband and I just moved there from NY. We became fast friends. She was always making something for someone, never asked for anything in return. I loved going down to the beach with her, that was her happy place the beach. She helped me when our daughters got married & when the grandchild started to come, she always had a blanket & hat for them, and a Christmas stocking. She made blanket for my Son in Law when he went to Iran after 9/11. She was always giving to everyone.
    When I moved to Va. we would take turns calling each other and yack for hours. I miss our talks very much. I hope she is happy, and not coughing.
    Miss you & Love you very much.

    Love,

  • Just found this site after thinking of Sandy. as I often do. Remembering her kindness and support through a dark period of my life. Comfort is taken from her return to Have de Grace and the love from her friends. Miss her still. Waiting for news of a memorial service.

  • Aunt Sondra,
    Writing to tell you that all and all you, Uncle Chuck, Jeff and Nancy were like my second family growing up in the 70’s. Your house in Newark was always a safe place to be and like a second home to me. You were a great mother to Jeff and Nancy and a great wife to Uncle Chuck. I have fond memories of you guys when we were kids.

    I know you are in a better place now with Grandmom and Oppie and everyone.
    Love,
    Danny