In memory of
Sandra Peck Prescott
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In memory of
Sandra Peck Prescott
Sandra Peck Prescott 1938 - 2018 On Saturday, June 30, 2018, Sandra Peck Prescott peacefully passed away at age 79. She will be remembered as a loving mother, grandmother, and companion. Sandra was born October 1938 in Atlanta, GA to Sanders Ellis and Mary Louise Blanchard Peck. She spent her childhood in Valdosta, GA with her brother, Richard, graduating from Valdosta High School and University of Georgia. She married Donald Prescott of Honolulu, HI on August 18, 1962. Together, they raised two sons, Donham and Ellis. Widowed in 1999, she found love and companionship with Gordon until her passing. Sandra's passion was her family. She never sat down to a hot meal! Whether giving up her last bite of lobster, or sacrificing her weekends carting her boys to swim meets, her children always came first. In her later years, she found joy with Gordon participating with the Drum Circle on nights in Nokomis and sharing a chocolate donut in the mornings! Her legacy lives with four beautiful grandchildren, Peter, Jillian, Will, and Ren, who will carry her love and southern charm, passing it on for generations to come.
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In memory of
Sandra Peck Prescott
Sandra Peck Prescott 1938 - 2018 On Saturday, June 30, 2018, Sandra Peck Prescott peacefully passed away at age 79. She will be remembered as a loving mother, grandmother, and companion. Sandra was born October 1938 in Atlanta, GA to Sanders Ellis and Mary Louise Blanchard Peck. She spent her childhood in Valdosta, GA with her brother, Richard, graduating from Valdosta High School and University of Georgia. She married Donald Prescott of Honolulu, HI on August 18, 1962. Together, they raised two sons, Donham and Ellis. Widowed in 1999, she found love and companionship with Gordon until her passing. Sandra's passion was her family. She never sat down to a hot meal! Whether giving up her last bite of lobster, or sacrificing her weekends carting her boys to swim meets, her children always came first. In her later years, she found joy with Gordon participating with the Drum Circle on nights in Nokomis and sharing a chocolate donut in the mornings! Her legacy lives with four beautiful grandchildren, Peter, Jillian, Will, and Ren, who will carry her love and southern charm, passing it on for generations to come.
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