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Sandra Ann PAGE

*Cremations Cemetery
Baxter County,

Sandra Ann Manley Page
August 13, 1953 - February 27, 2024

Sandra Ann Manley Page was born August 13, 1953, in Wimbledon England, where her father was stationed during the Korean War. Upon returning to the United States, she spent her childhood years in New England, mostly Maine and Vermont. As a youth, the family relocated to the Midwest, in and around Cedar Rapids Iowa. It was there she met her Husband, Brice. They then moved to Colorado, where she spent most of her adult life. Sandy and Brice enjoyed the mountains, music – especially Pink Floyd, and the times they could spend riding through the mountains together on his “scooter” (motorcycle). They later relocated to Mountain Home Arkansas and continued to enjoy their time together.

Sandy was preceded in death by her parents Richard Erwin Manley and Sylvia Oneta Bobar Manley, her Husband Brice Melvin Page, her granddaughter Kaitlin Page, two beloved cats named Suki & Cookie, and dog named Scooter. She is survived by her Stepson Zak (Melissa) Page, her brothers and sister, grandchildren, great grandchildren, many nieces and nephews; One niece of special mention is Chesarae Terry of Mountain Home Arkansas who has, along with her mother Kathy Wegener and Aunt Rita Petersdorf, seen her through her final days with love and dignity. She is also survived by a dear, once-in-a-lifetime friend, Geneva (Genni) Pearman of Colorado. Sandy’s free and indomitable spirit is missed and sorely grieved. “Shine On You Crazy Diamond”


Contributed on 4/1/24 by ashaw444
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Submitted: 4/1/24 • Approved: 4/9/24 • Last Updated: 4/12/24 • R1526026-G1526026-S3

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