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Sandra Rose Michael, resident of Greenport, New York, was called home Saturday, September 4th, 2021. Sandra was born in Harlem Hospital in New York City on Wednesday, June 16th, 1948.She graduated high school and married the late Vietnam War veteran, Vinford Franklyn Michael Sr. Sandra attended Lehman College and received her Bachelor of Science in Education and then received her Masters of Science in Educational Technology from the New York Institute of Technology.

She became a bilingual teacher and taught within the Bronx school system. Sandra’s hobbies included tennis, dance, and travel. She loved her dogs Max and Lulu.

Sandra relocated to Hudson, New York after her retirement. She was a member of Shiloh Baptist Church and served as an usher. Her special love was the community of senior citizens in Joslen Commons Complex.

She is survived by her son, Vinford Franklin Michael Jr., her grandson, Vinford Franklin Michael III, her granddaughter in-law, Mahogany Michael, her two great grandsons, Mathew Franklin Michael and Mason Avery Michael, her brothers; Mario, Julius, Tony, Bert, Nicholas, and her sisters; Roslyn, Celestine, Irma, Georgette, Jewel, Ruby, and Lisa. Her special friends were Alice Alonzo, Judy Allen, and Rose Patterson.

God made her a wonderful mother, sister and friend. She never grew old. Her smile was as wide as the sunshine. He molded her heart of pure gold, her eyes he placed bright shining stars in her cheek’s fair roses you see: she was wonderfully made. We will love you always.

Sandra Rose Michael, resident of Greenport, New York, was called home Saturday, September 4th, 2021. Sandra was born in Harlem Hospital in New York City on Wednesday, June 16th, 1948.She graduated high school and married the late Vietnam War veteran, Vinford Franklyn Michael Sr. Sandra attended Lehman College and received her Bachelor of Science in Education and then received her Masters of Science in Educational Technology from the New York Institute of Technology.

Sandra was preceded by her parents, Julius Hines, Jane Hines and Maximillian, her first dog.

Funeral services will be Monday September 13, 2021 with a viewing beginning at 12:00. Interment will be in Farmingdale National Cemetery; Long Island NY September 14 2021

With grateful appreciation the family acknowledges all thoughts and act of kindness extended during this time of sorrow. We would also like to thank Bates and Anderson Funeral Home and Shiloh Baptist Church for their guidance and support, The Family

Johnson Newspapers 7.1

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