In Memoriam : Sandra Elliott

Sandra Elliott Sandra L. Elliott - age: 61
(June 16, 1961 to April 20, 2023 )
Resident of Windham, Maine

Obituary:
Windham, Sandra L Elliott, 61, of Welch Drive passed away Thursday April 20, 2023, at the Gosnell Memorial Hospice House in Scarborough. Sandy was the daughter of Robert and Rita Valkavitch-Elliott, born June 16, 1961, at Lowell Memorial Hospital.

After graduating from high school, Sandy recieved her associates degree in Behavioral Health at Middlesex Community College. She further pursued a certificate in Drug and Alcohol Counseling. Sandy helped her clients to celebrate their victories , while empowering them while they struggle with relapse.

Sandy moved to Maine in the early 2000's. After adopting Lisa, Becky and Autumn, Sandy purchased her forever in Windham, Maine. Joyce moved and started coparenting Sandy's daughters. Family time, laughter and giving things to others are all things that Sandy loved to do. If you needed something, and Sandy had one or could buy you one, she did! Sandy went to the hospital on December 12th, 2022, diagnosed with pnuemonia. She failed to get better after completed the diagnosed treatment. After multiple days and testing, Sandy was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Treatment was very hard for Sandy, there were other complications to attend and treat. In early April, Sandy learned that her leukemia was treatment resistant.

Sandy is survived by her wife of 20 years, Joyce Elliott of Windham; daughter's Lisa, Rebecca and Autumn Elliott. Sister and brother in law, Deborah Elliott and John Ziemba of Wentworth, NH and brother and sister in law Richard and Deborah Elliott, of Litchfield, NH. Brother Robert Elliott is from California. There is a granddaughter Amaya, several nieces and nephews and great nieces and great nephews.








Robert Elliott - April 27, 2023Contact this person Contact this person
My Beloved sister , I can not get you off my mind. The years I have missed from my family... now it all comes back. I missed so much of your life. But I ALWAYS ALWAYS loved you my sister. Ma's final words to me were ' I loved all my family ". And those are words for you. I always have and I always will love you my precious sister. You were one of a kind. Giving and open to a fault. You would help anybody. I know your enjoying yourself free from pain. You are with Lisa and Deanna , and Ross and Ma and all our other loved ones. The abundance of your heart will live on in the daughters you raised. You were a beacon to so many people you sought to help. Till the day I die I will always remember you. I will see you again one day . That's a promise God gave us.



Dana Dahl - April 28, 2023Contact this person Contact this person
Joyce and all of Sandy's family and those who loved her: Sandy was a fabulous, generous, funny and very loyal friend. George and I were always ready for a great time when Sandy was over or we went to a family gathering. Her life not easy but her living was loud and large. We already miss her raspy voice and her loving spirit. Warrior, she was for everyone. Rest in Peace Sandy - with lots of LOVE and RESPECT - George and Dana Dahl



    
 





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