Sandra K. Chenore
Sandra K. Chenore, 70, of Middlebury, died at 2:01 pm on Friday, February 8, at
her residence after a four year battle with Multiple Myeloma. She was born on
November 9, 1942 in East Chicago, IN, to LeRoy and Pearl (White) Gentry. On
December 2, 1961 she married Darrel Chenore, he survives. Survivors in addition
to her husband are a son, Scott (Sandy) Chenore of Greeley, CO, two
grandchildren, Michael & Kaitlyn Chenore and a son, Jeffrey (Mary) Chenore of
Pembroke Pines, FL; her mother of Hammond; a sister, Patricia (Ronald) Hunter
of Dyer. She was preceded in death by her father and one sister. She was a
member of First English Lutheran Church in Goshen and had worked at the
Hammond Clinic and Walker Decorating. She was also a longtime member of
Grandview Bend Campground in Howe, IN. A memorial service will be at 10:30
am EST (9:30 am CST) on Monday February 11, at First English Lutheran
Church, 406 S. 5th St., Goshen. Services will be conducted by Pastor Gene
Hollingsworth. Memorials may be given to the Multiple Myeloma Foundation.
Online condolences may be sent at millerstewartfuneralhome.com.
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Current Online Condolences
We loved you and had great fun together. WE will miss your humor.
Anna @ kevin
Those we love don't go away,
they walk beside us everyday.
Unseen, unheard but always near. So loved, so missed, so very dear. Please
accept our most heartfelt sympathies.
Randy & Nancy Grimler-Norris
May your memories give you strength and comfort.
John & Carol Grimler
So sorry for your loss we love you Darrell!
Mike /Lydia Bouvat
My Condolences go out for You an Your Family !
I will always remember the teen I met and admired throughout her life. Her talents
were many. May God Bless you all at this time. With our prayers and love.
Jean & Ron
Our prayers are with the entire family. Sandy will be deeply missed as a good
neighbor and friend.
David and Kay
Thinking of you all, knowing there is a lifetime of memories that will be there,
bringing comfort of dear Sandra. Much love and prayers and sympathy to all of
you in this difficult time.
This is such a sorrowful time for all those who knew and loved Sandra. She was
the bravest women I have ever known. Even in this most dreadful circumstance
she handled herself with such dignity, grace and acceptance of God's plan for
her. We all can be comforted knowing she is finally free from her illness, and is
looking around heaven noting things that need to be put in order or redecorated.
Heaven will now, without a doubt, be more beautiful
With Love, Cousin Nancy
Pearl and Darrel,
So Sorry to hear of Sandy's Passing. Our Thoughts and Prayers are with you
and your Families during this difficult time.
Ruthie & Doug Mertz, Valparaiso, IN
I am so sorry about Sandy's passing. She will be greatly missed. She was truly a
wonderful friend. I will be with you in thought and prayers tomorrow and
throughout the coming days!
Darrel and family
I am very sorry that I am not in Indiana now. I did not know Sandra for very long
but I always looked forward to talking to her at church. I know there were times
when it was difficult for her to be there but she always came with a smile. Her
strength and spirit were so impressive to me. I feel blessed and inspired to have
known her. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time.
Peace be with you...
My dear friend -- I will cherish my memories of you for the rest of my life. Your
strength through the last 4 years has been an inspiration to all of us that knew
you. My life will never be the same. Love to you, Darrel and your loving family.
Until we meet again,
The McKechnies, Bob and Linda
Darrel and Family, Nancy and I are sorry for your loss, Please accept our
condolences. We are praying for your family at this time of need.
Kent and Nancy McCarthy
Sandy was a strong and loving person. She leaves behind many memories to
reflect on. We are blessed by knowing her. We send our sympathy to you, Darrel
and the family. May you find comfort in God.
Jim and Cheryl Rogers
Those we love remain with us, for love itself lives on,
And cherished memories never fade, because a loved one’s gone.
Those we love can never be, more than a thought apart,
For as long as there is memory, They’ll live on in the heart.
We are thinking of you.
Love, Lucca and Melissa Vianni
Sandy you showed such strength and courage during your battle. Our
conversations will always stay with me. God Bless you Darrel and your family
may God help give you the strength for each coming day. Kenny and I are very
sorry, God Bless
Ken and Kyle McPherson
We are so very sorry for your loss!
Jack & Debbie Siegel
I am so very sad to hear about the loss of your mother Sandra. My thoughts and
prayers are with you and your family at this time. May she always live in your
heart and the memories you hold dear. They are gone but never forgotten.
There are few words that cause people to say good things in times of sadness
except to remember those loved ones as we knew them. Marilyn and I did not
know Sandra, but the words of Melissa Vianni in an open letter to Jeff’s Real
Estate Associates, can only bring the smile that Sandra so well deserved. May
she “Rest in Peace” and may she always be remembered for her strong and
sweet ways. Jeff and family should be proud to know that Sandra will be
remembered is such a great way. Our Deepest Condolences
Ed and Marilyn Hoffman
Words cannot express the sorrow I feel for you and your family at the loss of
your mom. May all the memories comfort you at this time. My deepest
We are very sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. Mothers are very special
and we know she will be dearly missed.
Richard & Barbara Madewell
Deepest condolences to you Jeff and all the family. The loss of a Mom is so sad
but remember how very blessed you are to have had such a wonderful mother.
She will live in your heart forever.
Barbara Prezioso and family
Our condolences go out to you and your family. It's so difficult to lose a parent.
Richard & Linda Ferris
We send our sympathies to the family at this sad time. It was so nice for Julie
and me to be together with all of you at the wedding anniversary celebration last
year. We continue to keep you all in our prayers.
Dick and Pam Ringel
You are all in my thoughts and prayers. May God bless and comfort you always.
From: Elisia Mumford