Sandra Kyle Steinman, 48 of Lawrenceville passed away May 23, 2010. She was preceded in death by her twin sister Cynthia Blitch. She is survived by her husband Robert Steinman, father, Everett Kyle, mother and step-father Ann and John Montgomery, sisters, Sherry Long and Leona Beattie, nephew, Brett Beattie and nieces Kayla Blitch and Brittany Long. A service of remembrance will be Saturday May 29, 2010 at 1:00pm with Lamar Holley officiating. The family will receive friends 1 hour prior to the service

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  1. Bob and I have known Robert and Sandy for more than 16 years. And what a true blessing their friendship has been. Our lives have been enhanced tremendously. I thank God for crossing our paths. Through Sandy’s joyful spirit and love for all things, God’s presence was clearly seen in her. May you all I have the same comfort as I do in the knowledge that we’ll all be together again one day.

  2. Gregg and I are deeply sorry for your lost. Sandy was such a sweet lady so full of life and laughter. She fought a long and hard battle and now she can rest in His arms. We are comforted by the fact that she is with the Lord and Cindy in Paradise.
    We pray that God, the greatest comforter of them all, will shield, protect and encircle his arms around you and her family.
    We love her and you. She will be greatly missed.

  3. So sorry for the loss of a wife, a daughter, a sister, a friend. Her positive attitude, her caring and friendless to all will be greatly missed and never replaced or forgotten. Find comfort in your memories. It’s been years since we spent time with her but I see that beautiful smile and bubbling personalty as if it were yesterday. God be with you and find some comfort in knowing she is in a better place and we will all join her and Cindy some day.

  4. Dear Sherry,
    I wish I could be there for support today but since I can not I wanted you to know my deepest thoughts and prayers are with you .

    Patrice Meilunas

  5. I am so very very sorry…………

    The aching and loss is one I can only imagine as a mother.

    Our children fill a void we never knew was there until they play in our lap and jump into our heart.
    It is then they become our scintillating brilliance!

    Sandy won’t live in my head, as she will remain in my heart together with Cindy forever.

    They will dance and pirouette across my heart — on the screen of my mind as I saw them do many a time in their youth….

    I love you Sandy and will miss you as same with Cindy.

    Thank you for being the roses in bloom in my garden of life!

    Somehow, some way may those of us who remain find peace as we carry on with this thing called ‘Life’.

    All my love and prayers,

    ~Denise Guzzardi

  6. I am so sorry for you and your family’s loss
    my thoughts and prayers are with you
    it has been my greatest honor to have known Sandy and been able to call her my friend !!!
    the world will be a little less bright with out her she will truly be missed
    Joel

  7. We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Much love, Steve and Pam

  8. Sandy had a passion for living that she passed on to others so freely. The old hymn “This Little Light of Mine I’m Gonna Let it Shine” sums up for me how she lived her life. She touched the hearts of all who crossed her path.

    May memories of yesterdays…bring
    comfort in your sorrow. And may your heart be filled with hope that will brighten each tomorrow.

    Sandy will live on in our hearts by sharing cherished memories with others. I am so grateful that Sandy passed thru my life if only for a season.

    We will keep u in our thoughts & prayers & never forget someone cares & is always there!!

    Nan

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