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Sandra Schultes Ansley

4/27/2019

Sandra Schultes Ansley passed away peacefully, surrounded by her children and grandchildren, on Saturday, April 27th, 2019.  

 

Born Sandra Jean Schultes on July 6th, 1936, in Queens, NY to Leonard A. Schultes and Genevieve A. Hyatt.  

 

She was preceded in death by her husband, Hudson R. Ansley, and her daughter Laura Ansley.  

 

Sandra was a beloved mother, grandmother, sister, friend, and wife.  Her kindness and intelligence are remembered by everyone that knew her.  She inspired her surviving children, William Ansley, Martha Campbell and her husband Michael Campbell, Dorothy Ansley-Smith and her husband Scott Smith, Sandra Garlick and her husband Nick Garlick, Hudson L. Ansley and his wife Millicent Ansley, and John Ansley and his wife Tracy Ansley, with her love of nature and creativity.  Hamish, her Border Terrier and constant companion, is mourning the loss of his best friend.  Sandra was blessed with five wonderful grandchildren: Emily Smith, Laura Smith, Alexander Campbell, Ian Campbell, and Wren Ansley.  She is also survived by her sister, Genevieve Woods.  Our mother, grandmother, sister, and friend is deeply missed.

 

Private services will be held.  

 

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology:  https://www.birds.cornell.edu/home/give/    Or donate to your local humane society, or any organization that benefits living things or the natural world.


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To all of the Ansleys family I’m so sorry to hear the news of your mom passing. I always had a wonderful time at your home and especially loved your mom’s chocolate cookies. She was a very sweet and kind lady. Hope you are all doing well. Patrick Bradner
Suzanne Stage
5/26/2019
My dear friends, William, Martha, Dorothy, Sandra, Hudson and John...my mom and i were so sad to hear about your mom's passing. whenever i think of my childhood it includes all of you and the many meals i shared at your table. How kind of your mom and dad to embrace me as part of your family--and how can i count all the things i learned from all of you--computers in the 70's! badminton, swimming, cooking, craft making, and of course horses horses horses--dear Paiute. I remember rainy days cleaning tack for hours in that wonderful club house your father built. Of course your kind mother made that all happen. I owe a tremendous debt of gratitude to all of you for making that childhood time so magical. You all must have such grief to lose her. My deepest condolences to you all and know that my mom and i talk of you all often and of our adventures between Iron Mountain rd and Waywayanda road. I can see the trees and the trails in the woods now. Much love to all and so glad to see the many grandchildren names. Melissa and Suzy
melissa bradner
5/25/2019
It was with great shock and deep sadness that I read about Sandra’s passing. I have so many fond memories of her and all of you terrific children. My deep condolences to all of you.
Suzanne Stage
5/18/2019
Dorothy and Family- I only met you mothrrba few times. The first time I met her was when were in college, Dorothy, and your mother invited me to join you, your sister Martha and her to dinner- st a restaurant! Off campus!! That was a big deal! I was touched by how welcome I felt! From then on, plus the many stories you always told, I knew your mother was a warm, giving and loving person. I know she will be deeply missed, and gratefully remembered. Please know we are thinking of you and your family with sympathy and love. -Craig and Nancy
Nancy and Craig Smith
5/5/2019
Oh Martha, I am so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. Sandra's warm smile and the sparkle in her eye are so lovely. My heart goes out to you and the whole family. Love and more love and more love.
Zoe Chance
5/3/2019
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