Condolences for Sandra Ellisor Dawson

Rusty Wheeler posted on 10/26/20

Sandy Ellisor Dawson. 24 October 1962 - 16 October 2020. I was so happy for David to marry such a gorgeous gal which he met somewhere around Willis, Texas. Turns out that her outward beauty was not her best attribute. Sandy was kind, caring, understanding, thoughtful, and a real heart-felt woman on a mission. Two beautiful daughters, a husband and a career. And, she put up with Davids friends. She treated us like royalty. Whether we were visiting or they were, the times went by so happy and smooth. I have nothing but respect for her accomplishments and the way she carried herself. David was my best man at our wedding, Sandy took charge to make sure we were steered in the right direction. My heart goes out to Nichole, Lauren, David and Family members. We will all miss this wonderful lady. My wife and I have just lost three very dear friends in eighteen days. If you know Sandy’s heart, you know Ray and you know John. I think the Good Lord is collecting angels.

 

Robin Carter Hough posted on 10/24/20

Sandy was such a sweet person. I was Sandy's Team Leader while she was with ZipRealty years ago. We continued to stay in contact over the years in our Real Estate Career's. Sandy will be deeply missed. Sending many prayer's, hugs and love to the family during this difficult time. Sandy is an Angel now and will always be watching over everyone.

 

Gladys Terry posted on 10/21/20

So sorry for your loss you have my deepest condolences praying for you all REST EASY SWEETHEART WAS BLESSED TO HAVE YOU FOR A CLASSMATE

 

 

Sharon Alexander Miller posted on 10/21/20

Sandy Ellisor Dawson

 

Jackie Domingos posted on 10/20/20

My heartfelt condolences and prayers are with you all! May God wrap you in his loving arms during your times of grief and always.

 

Bob Gripp posted on 10/19/20

Our heartfelt thoughts are with you and your family

 

Bob Gripp posted on 10/19/20

Our heartfelt thoughts are with you and your family.

 

 

LINDA HAZEN posted on 10/18/20

My memories of Sandy will keep her forever close in my heart. Sandy was a beautiful person so kind and loving. I will always think of how Sandy lived her life with such kindness in her heart. When we leave this earth the love that we have given and received remains behind to light the lives of those we touched.....each memory I have of my beloved niece will be a bright light in my life. Sandy leaves behind a beautiful bouquet or memories for family and friends. Heaven gained a beautiful angel. We will miss Sandy so much but our comfort will come from having these memories and knowing that Sandy is now in no pain and feeling peaceful. Praying for God to wrap His arms around each of you to comfort you, blessing you with your cherished memories of Sandy and give you strength as you adjust to your loss. Sending love and hugs to David, Nichole & family, Lauren, Charlie and LaVerne. Love you all, Aunt Linda

 

Charlie Ellisor posted on 10/18/20

To all of of our dear friends and and family: The world has changed some much in 2020 due to the Covid-19. We are sad to break from our family tradition. There will be a closed to immediate family only at Sandy’s service in Fort Worth. To all family and dear friends from the Coldspring, Old Waverly, Maynard and surrounding areas. In lew of flowers, I ask that only cards and personal notes be sent to the address of 40610 Lacey Wood Ct. Magnolia Texas 77354. Also I ask that, please respect mom’s house and do not bring food or other items, or personal visits for safety reasons. If you have any questions feel free use my Facebook page for contact. Mom reads all of your well wishes from my page and she Loves each and everyone. We will have a service at the graveside observing social distancing and a celebration of Sandy’s life at a later date when she comes home to the Old Waverly Cemetery. I will post a time and date. Thank you so much for remembering Sandy in this new world of CV-19. Charlie Ellisor

 

 

Nenabeth Walters Sledge posted on 10/18/20

Sandy will always be in my heart. I cannot remember when she wasn’t a part of my life. All through school, band, camps, Mexico trips, beach trips, and slumber parties... we lived it all and I will forever hold those amazing memories. Being able to share in the last few years of her life was extra special. Being there as a sister/friend, just holding her hand and praying as we cried out for strength. I miss her giggle, smile, sweet friendship, and her big beautiful brown eyes. We always joked about trading ours. Love you Sandy. See you again someday.

 

David Dawson posted on 10/18/20

Due to COVID concerns the family and I request this to be a private ceremony. Thank you for your understanding