Sandra Delores Dowdall

05/01/1939 - 07/01/2021

Sandra Delores Dowdall

05/01/1939 - 07/01/2021


Obituary For Sandra Delores Dowdall

Sandra Delores (Cornwall) Dowdall, 82, Of Rockland passed away peacefully after a long and courageous battle with Alzheimer's Disease. She was born in Atlanta, Georgia and lived in Dorchester before moving to Rockland to raise her family.

Sandy was predeceased by her husband Robert Thomas Dowdall and her three sons: John Paul, Robert Scott and Stephen Dowdall.

Sandy leaves behind her beloved daughter Susan "Suzie" Llewellyn and her husband John of Hanson. She also left behind her brothers Charles and Vincent Bell, both of Quincy, and her twin sisters – Paula Broadway of Bells, Tennessee and Pamela Palermino of Farmington, New Hampshire. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Sandy was a much-loved employee of the Rockland Public Schools for 36 years. She worked in the cafeteria and loved feeding all the students she affectionately called her kids.

She loved sewing, knitting, and quilting and spending time with her friends. She also loved traveling to the Cayman Islands with her beloved daughter Suzie.

Sandra's family invites friends and loved ones to celebrate her life in The Magoun-Biggins Funeral Home on Tuesday July 6th, from 4:00-7:00 PM. A Funeral Mass will be held in The Holy Family Church in Rockland on Wednesday July 7, at 9:00 AM. Burial will follow in Holy Family Cemetery.

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  • It was such a pleasure to know Sandy. She will truly be missed. 🌷

  • I am so sorry for the loss of your mother! She was a special person and the best sandwich maker! May she rest in sweetest peace!

  • Sandy you were the best sandwich maker ever RIP sweet lady

  • Dixie, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your Mom. You were and still are her rock and her sunshine! She can now rest, and will live on through you! Sending hugs Love Jen Sullivan ("Lil Mic)

  • My heart and love will always be with mom. I wish you Godspeed to a happier place. Your smile and humor touched so many. I thank God fur the time I had with you and will treasure that time forever.

  • Sandy,It was a joy knowing you. We had a lot of fun Playing dice and enjoying meals together,I will miss you . Maryann Lindsay

  • I worked at the dwyer home and after my nana died in february (sandys best friend in there she would always say) sandy took over that role. i was always excited to go in and see her as she always put a smile on my face. She was always a special lady and i'll never forget her and watching the puppies with her.

  • Sue, sending our condolences to you and your family. May your mother rest in peace. The Kenney family

  • Mama, Through the years When everything went wrong Together we were strong I know that I belonged Right here with you Through the years I've never had a doubt We'd always work things out I've learned what life's about by loving you... Through the years You will always be in my heart. I kept Papas promise on his last breath while holding his hands "Take care of Mama" By loving you Through the

  • Sandy was the best ! She worked with my mother at the high school cafeteria for 10 years and was a good friend to my mother when she needed one! I always appreciated her yelling at me in the cafeteria line just to get us laughing! God Bless ! Gary Graz

  • Sandy you will be missed by many. I love you so much. ❤️❤️❤️

  • Our sincere sympathy. When you lose a loved one your memories become treasures....treasure all your memories and May they bring you peace during this difficult time.

  • Sorry for your loss. Suzie you were a wonderful and devoted daughter to your Mom. Hold onto the memories.

  • I worked with Sandy for 22 years-she was such a special person who lit up the room with smiles and laughter-she was so proud of you Sue-may she rest in the sweetest of peace

  • Sue, I will be away and unable to attend the services for your Mom. She was a special lady and so much fun to work with. I smile every time I think of her and am so sorry for your loss. She was so proud of you and your accomplishments. Sending prayers and heartfelt sympathy to you and your family. Wish I could be there in person to pay tribute to her. Be blessed...Janet LaCombe

  • Rest in Peace my FRIEND

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