In Memory

Sandra Evans (Hines)


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02/10/10 09:48 PM #1    

Becky Rhodes (Turner)

Sonny was a good friend of mine in grade school. We walked to school many times together, played at one anothers' homes, and went to movies. We tried out for cheerleader together. She was better than me, but I was chosen instead.

I was not with her when she fell out of that tree and sustained the injury that changed her life forever. I and other friends went to visit her several times, and then, as children will do, we just left her behind and got on with our lives. I remember the look on her face when I was uncomfortable seeing her that way and left after just a short visit that last time. I have wished so many times in my adult life I had been a better friend to her, and hoped she had a good life. I often wondered how I could get in touch with her, but guilt always stopped me.

I am just so very glad to read all that she did in her lifetime.

What an amazing woman she turned out to be. I hope when I go home I will get a chance to ask her forgiveness.

02/11/10 10:37 AM #2    

Sarah Gephart (Brown)

I remember going to Sonnie's house several times to stay for sleepovers. I especially remember going to the hospital to visit her after her accident. Should have been a better friend to her in high school. I'm sure we all remember Jake Wilson getting her to classes on the 2nd floor. Don't remember who helped him.
Sonnie lived an amazing life and her family must be proud of her.

05/07/12 08:26 AM #3    

Glen Roddel

In my heart and mind for 60 yrs. She was a great person.  Did they bring her back to Frankfort? Glen

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