In Memory

Sandra Bennett



 
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10/04/14 08:52 PM #1    

Bob Harverstick

Sandra was my first true love.  Fourth through sixth grade.  Occasionally I'd bike to her house (on Layton), and once my dad  drove us to a movie. I was major smitten, before I had words for such a thing.  At the start of the seventh grade, she'd grown four inches.  We passed in the hall and knew we were doomed romantically.  Though we dated a little in high school.  She was unbelievably cute in the fourth grade.  And always super smart.  Graduated magna cum laude from NTSU in four years.  A friend e-mailed a couple years ago that she'd died, sent me the obit.  Cancer.  I found myself sobbing.  

But I found out she had kids and grandkids and a full life.   


10/04/14 08:53 PM #2    

Bob Harverstick

Sandra was my first true love.  Fourth through sixth grade.  Occasionally I'd bike to her house (on Layton), and once my dad  drove us to a movie. I was major smitten, before I had words for such a thing.  At the start of the seventh grade, she'd grown four inches.  We passed in the hall and knew we were doomed romantically.  Though we dated a little in high school.  She was unbelievably cute in the fourth grade.  And always super smart.  Graduated magna cum laude from NTSU in four years.  A friend e-mailed a couple years ago that she'd died, sent me the obit.  Cancer.  I found myself sobbing.  

But I found out she had kids and grandkids and a full life.   


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