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Mrs. Sandra "Sandy" Jean Kincaid Poulter

Mrs. Sandra "Sandy" Jean Kincaid Poulter
  • July 22, 1962 - July 3, 2017
  • Louisville, Kentucky

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Sandy was a bright light in a dark world. Every time we met it was with a huge hug and that wonderful smile! She loved her family - especially those Grandbabies! She will be missed by all but never forgotten. Rest in peace Sandy - no more suffering or pain. Your reward awaits you in heaven.

My continued prayers and thoughts will be with the family during this difficult time. Hold onto God and the many special memories you have of this wonderful, sweet, kind, loving woman.

Be Blessed -

Ann M. Branch

Posted by: Ann Branch - Coworker   Jul 05, 2017

So sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family.

Posted by: IMarilyn Steinberger    Jul 04, 2017

Sandra Jean, as I always called her & she would call Lawrence for the years that was married into the Mendicino family (even after Jerry dropped a biig whelel on your head).As you moved half way across the USA to Nebraska & add to our family my baby cousins David & Amber, you honored me as being Godmother to Amber. You continue to fight a long hard battle & God decided you needed to join him in the heavens above.

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Posted by: Lorie Lucas - Orlando, FL - Family   Jul 04, 2017

My friend of many years finally has health and peace, tho the world wont be the same witbout her. She always had a smile on her face no matter what. I love all of u and pray for the difficult days ahead. God bless.

Posted by: Jana Hack - Louisville, KY - Friend   Jul 04, 2017

Rest easy Mrs. Sandy. I am glad that I had the pleasure of working with/knowing you. You always had a beautiful smile no matter what .... You are an inspiration to us all... You are Greatly missed... Rest in Paradise Beautiful Lady...

Posted by: Becky (Jones) Wies - Louisville, KY   Jul 04, 2017

I've had the pleasure of meeting Sandy and her family many years ago. From the moment I met her I knew she was a good person and a fighter. Her smile lit up the room and her laughter was contagious. I will always remember the jokes and her stories she would share among her family and friends when we all got together. She will truly be missed and never forgotten.

As much as it hurts to say farewell my friend,

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Posted by: Jeanice Vazquez - Louisville, KY - Friend   Jul 03, 2017