In Memory

Sandra L. McDonald

Sandra L. McDonald


McDONALD-McGILL, Sandra Lee 51, passed away Sunday, September 8, 2002 in Napa. She was born March 9, 1951 at Mare Island in Vallejo. She went to school at Salvador, Redwood and Napa High Schools. She also attended Santa Rosa Junior College and Napa Junior College. She married Nick Quezada who passed away. She then married John McGill. She worked for twenty years at Napa Tire and Brake. Sandra loved to cook and to garden and to help others and she loved kids. She is survived by her sisters, Patricia Pesha of Groveland, CA and her twin sister Mary Anne Oved of Napa; five brothers, Allen Skipper McDonald of Yountville, CA, John Allen McDonald, Richard Allen McDonald, James Allen McDonald and Gary Allen McDonald all of Napa; two step children, John and Susie McGill and two grandchildren. She is also survived by niece Jean; nephew Martin; nephews Jerrad and Daniel; great nephew, Derek; nephew J.R.; nieces Aundra, Amy; nephew, Ricky; nephews, Zack, Max and Allen, III, Michael, Andy, and niece, Susie. Sandra was preceded in death by 2 brothers, Martin Allen McDonald and Harry Allen McDonald. Memorial Services will be held 1:00 p.m. Saturday, September 21, 2002 at the Chapel of RICHARD PIERCE FUNERAL SERVICE, 1660 Silverado Trail, Napa, CA 94559. Interment will be private at Chapel of the Chimes Napa Valley. Memorial contributions may be made to the National Eating Disorder Assn., 603 Stewart St., Suite 803, Seattle, WA 98101.

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03/27/09 10:18 AM #1    

Joan C. Mehan (Clark)

Sandy was my first friend in Napa and I met her at Redwood. She was my longtime friend and we kept in touch until a couple of years before she died. She was a very generous and caring individual and I miss her very much.
Joan Mehan

04/13/09 07:54 PM #2    

Chrys Garello (Brown)

I met Sandy in the 5th grade! She was sorta shy but the smartest in the class! I remember in 6th grade she was able to correct the teacher a couple of times! Such a nice person to everyone.

06/28/09 05:53 PM #3    

Karen A. Amaral (Dougherty)

Sandy and I were very good friends during high school, and we played softball for several summers together. I treasure these memories.

08/27/09 11:43 AM #4    

Barbara E. Cargile (King)

Yes!!!!I was close to Sandy seen her sister at the hospital. Mary an mayself were taking for we were there because we had loveone's there. That's when I found out about Sandra. She was a great great person. I miss her so!

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