Sandy was the warmest person I've ever worked with. You instantly loved her. My condolences to the family, friends and previous coworkers who lost such a beautiful person
Sandra K. "Sandy" Brinkman
January 15, 1956 - March 18, 2021
Sorry to hear of Sandy's passing. I worked with her and she was always kind and sweet. ❤
Sending sympathy and prayers to Sandy's family. I am very sorry for your loss.
Janice, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My love and prayers for your family.
Sandy was such a kind spirit and loved her family with all her heart. She will be missed . May God comfort all of you in her loss.
I worked with Sandy at BCBS for several years...She was a wonderful Woman and Friend...we caught up with each other several times in the halls of the QDC..She will be greatly missed..
I am so sorry for your loss. I met Sandy when I worked with her at BCBS. She was always kind and she made the best cheese cake the crust was the best and she would always tell me when she was making it and tell me she would try to save me a slice. I remember our talks on lynch outside in the sun when both our mates where sick. She was an inspiration .
Sandy was the most beautiful woman I got the pleasure to know. I worked with her at Blue Cross. I got the pleasure of meeting her family before her husband passed by doing a photo shoot for them. Sandy was a very kind and thoughtful woman and loved her family and friends dearly. I will miss you my friend.
I haven’t seen Sandy since she was in grade school. We used to be neighbors. Prayers for her family
Sandy was a most wonderful lady, she loved her family most of all...prayers....
I have many cherished memories of Sandy. She was a very special person. So sorry for your loss. Heaven has another angel
Sandy was as much my friend as she was my work mom. She was truly one-of-a-kind. There are many memories, most include food, whether it was our mutual love for lemon cookies/cakes, Js bacon cheeseburgers, “harolds” from the gas station on State St, or her always knowing what the special of the day was at Culver’s. My favorite though was sitting with her in her kitchen eating a cake I won from a Krazy Cakes post, I hadn’t seen her in months because she’d been unwell from starting treatment and finally catching up felt like a dream...
The year she lost Randy, each of us in our unit also experienced personal losses. It didn’t matter how bad or sad Sandy felt, she always had an open heart, ear, and hug for someone else who needed to get their pains off their chest.
Her bright smile, the hair scrunching she would do after a new hair cut, her laugh, love, grit, determination, and even her groan when she was disappointed are all things I will cherish.
I am truly sorry for your loss.
I met Sandy at BCBS. She was a kind, beautiful person. I'm so sorry for your loss.