In Memory

Sandra Rittenour (Fitzenrider)

Sandra Rittenour (Fitzenrider)









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10/28/17 01:27 PM #1    

Susan Ricica (Spicer)

I was hoping to see Sandy at the 70th Birthday Party. I had last seen her in the early 70's when I first moved to California. Funny how life moves on and we don't keep in contact with some old friends. We all change. What is important to us drifts away and new priorities emerge. RIP Sandy.

10/29/17 08:37 AM #2    

Jan Buhrer (Craig)

What a beautiful tribute to a wonderful life well-lived! I'll dedicate my next random act of kindness to you, dear Sandy!

10/29/17 11:44 AM #3    

Evelyn Myers (Boesling [Class Of '66 Reunion Rep])

Jan & Sue, the Rittenouer's were & still are members of the church and mom & dad were very involved with the youth! I doubt any of you remember the gathering we had at the church when we were in high school, but they did a fantastic job. What a fine family! Youth leaders like them are far and few between. Like you, after Sandy moved away, you lose track. There are so many that live here in Defiance that weren't at the birthday party. Maybe there can be some reconnect before it's too late! Gary Emerson comes to mind, he passed away soon after the reunion, but it was so nice to see him and his wife at the 1965 reunion. Evey (Class of 1966) wife and friend of Class of 1965

10/30/17 07:48 PM #4    

Peggy Yant (Thatcher)

Prayers For Family & Friends Of Comfort & Peace.... Peggy Yant Thatcher



11/01/17 02:31 AM #5    

James (Joshua) Ellison

I am saddened to hear if Sandy's passing. She knew the meaning of friendship. My next random act of kindness will carry her memory in my heart.

11/03/17 08:08 AM #6    

Ann Bauer (Melton)

I can remember Sandy's smile as we would pass in the halls of DHS. As her tribute stated, she continued to smie throughouther her life and had a "can do" positive attitude. Prayers for her famiy and friends.



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