Sandra Louise Bath

February 13, 1940 - December 24, 2004

Sandra Louise Bath, age 64, beloved wife, cherished mother, adored grandmother, best sister, went home peacefully with Jesus on December 24, 2004. Sandy was born February 13, 1940, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Walter and Lorraine Boek. She loved being an LVN and working with the elderly. Her grace, her compassion, her humor and most of all, her devotion to her family will be treasured in our hearts forever. Left to cherish her memories are her loving husband of 45 years, Donald Bath of Plano; daughters, Suzi Yanes and husband Luis, Cheryl Palmer and husband George, Jennifer Munsell and husband Sam, all of Plano; brother, Jeff Boek and wife Janice of Richardson; dear grandchildren, Gabrielle, Luis, Rachel, George, Amanda, Zachary, and Kaitlyn. In lieu of flowers, the family requests any memorials be sent to Vista Care Hospice, 7557 Rambler Rd., #440, Dallas, TX 75231 in honor of the wonderful care Sandy received, or to the charity of your choice. Funeral services will be held Monday, December 27, 2004, in the Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Chapel, Pastor Jack Schneider officiating. The family will receive friends from 12:00-2:00 p.m., with service at 2:00 PM Monday. Interment will follow at Ridgeview Memorial Park, Allen, TX.

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Happy Birthday to my Best Friend. Thank you for ALWAYS being there for me no matter what. You are and always will be my Best Friend, the one who loved me no matter what, You always knew what to say or were able to find things when they were lost. Happy Birthday Mommy I love you so much and I miss you so much. You will ALWAYS be in my heart as well as your grandchildren, your memories that you gave to them will carry on forever. I love you Mommy. Cherie Ann Palmer, February 12, 2005 Sending my sympathy to all of you! My heart goes out to all of the Bath family. I am so so so sorry! (Suzi's friend in California) Barrie Silberberg, January 3, 2005 We are saddened to hear about Sandy's passing. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers for peace and comfort at this time. We know that knowing she is at peace with her Savior is a blessing at this time of great loss. She will be remembered for her graciousness, kind heart, and wonderful sense of humor. What a blessing to have known her. Love and prayers, Sally and Kenneth Henneberger Kenneth & Sally Henneberger, December 29, 2004 Loosing a wife, mother, grandmother, friend hurts our heart so deeply it's hard to keep going ... Knowing she's in a better place, a place with no pain and no treatments helps a bit ... her memory will live on in the stories you tell at family gatherings and the fond memories that pop into your mind when you least expect it -- enjoy the memories and cherish her love!! Our thoughts and prayers are with you - Mark and Tami Munsell Mark and Tami Munsell, December 29, 2004 We are very saddened to hear of you loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Carleen, Sarah & Emi Carleen Briney, December 28, 2004 Sandy was a lovely person and will be missed by all of us. We miss sharing her smile and fun nature. I'll never forget the first time I met Sandy. She was looking for a dance club and quickly became embedded in our hearts. Linda and Charlie Harris, December 28, 2004 My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time; I know your faith in the Lord will strenghten you for the days ahead. Cathie Desell, December 27, 2004 Our deepest sympathies for the lost of a loved one. To Suzi & Jenny, our prayers are with you and your family. Guadalupe Sanchez & Family, December 27, 2004 Desde lejos los acompañamos en su dolor, pero estamos seguros que ahora goza de la compañia de DIOS. Les enviamos nuestras condolencias y un fuerte abrazo. Oscar Yanes y Familia, December 27, 2004 I cannot begin to express my shock and deep sadness, having just read the news about Sandy. Dear friend of her daughter, Suzi, whilst in High School, I was dubbed the "cookie monster" by Sandy; as I would never fail to devour plate after plate of her famous chocolate chip/graham cookies. She knew how much I loved them - and her - which is probably why she continued sending me boxes of them, every year, right after Christmas. This Christmas, New Year and those that follow, will never be the same without her magnanimous spirit and clever sense of humor. To Don, Suzi, Cheryl, Jenni and your families, please accept my heartfelt sympathy. And remember, her spirit lives on in you all. God Bless. Roch Bordenave - Jupiter, Florida Roch "Cookie Monster" Bordenave`, December 27, 2004 She was a lovely lady. Anna & Charles Wolfe, December 27, 2004 We were very sad to hear of Aunt Sandy's passing. She was a wonderful lady who I know will be missed greatly. Uncle Don, Suzi, Cheryl, Jenny and families, please know that although we cannot be there to be with you personally, you are in our prayers. You have our sympathy. Scott, Laurel and Family Scott A. Bath, December 27, 2004 Don, I will be unable to attend Sandy's services Monday due to my job but I wanted you to know how sorry I feel about the loss of Sandy. Just knowing you and Sandy and your wonderful, positive attitudes shared in our dance activity is something I will always remember. Please remember, the members of the Swining Stars will always be there for support should you need us. Please accept my heart felt condolences, Larry Larry D. Giaudrone, December 26, 2004 Our prayers are for all of you during this time. Suzi you have been a wonderful friend. We love you-Joanna Joanna, Joe, Jenna, and Julia Yule, December 26, 2004 Pat and I are saddened by Sandy’s passing. We will miss her for many reasons, among them, her smile, and her ability to laugh and joke about lots of things. Most of all we will miss her caring and generous giving of herself to others. Our deepest condolences on your loss. We would like to be with you personally, but unfortunately an out of town commitment keeps us from doing so. However, our thoughts and prayers are with you. Pat and I are saddened by Sandy's passing. We will miss her for many reasons, among them, her smile and her ability to laugh and joke about lots of things. Most of all we will miss her caring and generous giving of herself to others. Our deepest condolences on your loss. We would like to be with you personally, but unfortunately an out of town commitment keeps us from doing so. However, our thoughts and prayers are with you. Pat and Dave Lerry Pat & Dave Lerry, December 26, 2004 My deepest sympathies in the loss of your loved one. David Cadena & Family, December 26, 2004 We are so sorry for your families loss. Just know we are here thinking about you and love you. Try not to think about her being gone, think about the wonderful memories she has left you with. She is still with you everyday in those memories. We love you all and care about you, wish we could be there for you. Take Care, Love The Henry's from Wyoming Rob & Teresa Henry, December 26, 2004 a very good friend to my family will be sadly missed by all us R. Fred Tannehill, December 25, 2004 Words cannot begin to express our sorrow at the loss of Sandy. She was truly a beuatiful person. She lived for her family and we know that there will be a huge void. She fought a courageous fight. Don, you and the girls and your precious grandchildren will be in our prayers. We know that she is in a better place but we know that you will miss her so. Billy Ed & Dawn Ann Billy & Dawn Thompson, December 25, 2004 Don and Family, I am so sorry to hear about Sandy, but know with her devotion to family and Christ, she is without pain now and will be a Guardian Angel for you all. I will try to see you all on Monday. Sue (Nancy's daughter) Sue Grueschow, December 25, 2004 Our deepest sympathy to your lost of Sandra. Your neighbors, Janie & Al Van Al & Janie Van, December 25, 2004 Wonderful memories of Sandy and her family. I have known them all for over 25 years. Best friends with her oldest daughter, Suzi. Last visted all the Bath's in July 2003, where I was able to introduce my family to all of them. Memories of Suzi and I finding Sandy's candies hidden in her sewing cabinet, while we watched our soap operas. Thank you Sandy for your kind and fun spirit. You are loved. Love, Dinee, Karl, Kyle and Mallory Dinee Hoche Bockwoldt, December 24, 2004