FEDORUK, SANDRA ELLEN


Sandra Fedoruk

FEDORUK—Mrs. Sandra Ellen Fedoruk (née Seely), 78, of Florence, passed away Saturday, July 8, 2017.

Sandy was born to parents Samuel Seely and Gethel Cook on April 10, 1939, in Wilmington, Del.

Eucharistic Minister for the Episcopal Church of America.

Sandy and Andy lived in many states, settling in Florence in 2000.

Sandy is survived by her daughter, Claire Seely Fedoruk; her cousins: William Day and Marsha Day Keller; her sisters- in law, Marie Foster and Jane Skulsky; three nephews, one niece, five great-nephews and fourgreat-nieces.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Samuel and Gethel; and her sister, Barbara Susan.

Sandy was cremated July 12, as per her wishes.

A celebration of her life will take place at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Florence on Thursday, July 20, at begin- ning at 11 a.m.

Friends and family are invit- ed to attend and view the scat- tering of her ashes at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Memorial Garden shortly thereafter.

The family is grateful for condolences and requests that all donations be made in Sandy’s name to the American Heart Association.

She grew up the eldest of two girls and attended M e n l o Atherton High School. Sandy attended the College of San Mateo, receiving an A A in dental assisting, after which she was a dental

assistant from 1960-1974.
In 1961, she married Nestor Andrew Fedoruk, whom she met in Mountain View, Calif. In 1975, the couple had one child,

Claire Seely.
Sandy was very active as a

volunteer in Claire’s schools in special education, and as a member of PEO, Altar Guild and St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church over the next 30 years.

She was an ordained Lay

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