In Memory

Sandra L Whitmer (Cowart) - Class Of 1962

Deceased Classmate: Sandra L Whitmer (1962)
Date Deceased: 1 Jun 95
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02/28/16 04:19 PM #1    

Jon Whitmer (1965)

Sandra Whitmer Cowart, Died of Cancer 1995 in West Palm Beach; Fl.  She had 2 Daughters. Ashley Cowart Herbold who has 2 daughters.  Sydney a;nd Keley Herbold.  And  Lesley Cowart. Both daughters live in Atlanta Ga.  

02/29/16 11:44 AM #2    

Kerry Bogard (1962)

Sandy was the original lead 'worker bee' in our Class Reunions. Always a Team Player, even back in the old Hornet Days. I'll always remember her engaging smile and energy level.  The success of the original Class Reunions would always be remembered in association with Sandy Whitmer (Cowart). Great to see her husband add some footnotes to her memory. I'm sure her girls and grandchildren miss her as much as we do.   

03/01/16 05:08 PM #3    

Nancy E Knight (Thompson) (1962)

Sandy, such a one, great, nice person.  We would walk home from school to her house & I continued to my dad's store. Have no idea what we talked about, but we would chill down from school.  I will always remember these times.

03/02/16 04:09 PM #4    

James Rule (1962)

I will always remember Sandy...such a sweet girl with the biggest smile ever. Had her father for engineering drawing classes at PBJC, he was a terrific guy too. 


03/02/16 07:22 PM #5    

Judy Canipe (Lewis) (1962)

Sandra L Whitmer Cowart----What a great, positive, kind person.  I did not get to do much with her but we did chat almost every other day in little snatches of time.  I have missed her and am glad to read the earlier posts.  My love to all the family members, Judy Canipe-Lewis .......Perhaps one day I will run into her children (those that live here in the Atlanta area).

03/06/16 01:02 PM #6    

Michael A Cinquino (1962)

May God Bless you and keep you with Him. May God also bless your family.

03/07/16 02:28 PM #7    

Robert Johnson (1962)

Sandy was a very close friend.  It seemed like she was more of a sister than a friend as she was always there when things weren't either going well or we had a super basketball win.  I had the incredible opportunity to talk with her about 3 days before her passing as her mom called me and asked if I would call Sandy at the hospice facility she had entered.  At first I was not sure what to talk about but said "yes".  Thankfully I did as we had the most wonderful conversation about our years at RBHS and special times as friends.  Even now my heart is warm with the many great memories we shared and her love of her family/friends.  It was a moment I will never forget and so thankful her mom called.  When the conversation was ending my last words were:  "Sandy save a place for me".  Her response was so much Sandy as she said:  "Bobby, we are going to different locations so you'd better get used to the heat".  Yes, that was my friend and why I now live in Arizona.

Sandy was the best.

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