Sandy, age 52, is at the side of our heavenly father, she passed away February 4th, 2015. Sandy was born in Chicago, IL, daughter of the late Jacqueline (Kearney) Collett and Patrick Kearney.
After Jacqueline remarried to the late Harvey Collett, the family moved to Hailey, ID., where Sandy attended Hailey's Junior High and Wood River High School. She had numerous friends and was loved by many. She enjoyed BBQ'S, camping, family gatherings and especially fishing with her husband Stacey around the Challis area on the Salmon River for Steelhead. Her family and friends were the center of her life and above all she loved her family. She had a passion and love for all animals large and small. She had a very successful cleaning and property management business for several years and was very well thought of and recommended to others.
She married her longtime friend and sweetheart, Stacey Keith Broadie in 2003, who remained by her side until her passing. She will be truly missed by everyone who had the pleasure of knowing her. She was a beautiful woman with a big heart, whose candle burned out long before her love ever will. She was always kind and always available for anyone who needed anything-- always putting others before herself. Sandy Dear Sweet Sandy, rest in peace, you are safe now. We will always love you and you will never be forgotten. We're sincerely heartbroken that you're gone and not here to join us in family celebrations, and life itself.
She is survived by her husband Stacey Broadie, son Michael Mensinger, grandchildren Alexander, Elizabeth & Wesley, two sisters: Kathleen Kearney and Terri Watson, four step sisters: Jenny Losselyoung (Jim), Madeline Vlock (Jim), Catherine Clark (Don), Victoria Cenarrusa (Jim), her extended family, Jerry, Kathy, Kyle, Sherry, and Amy Broadie along with several nieces and nephews.
Sandy is preceded in death by her mother, Jacqueline Collett, father, Patrick Kearney, step-father, Harvey Collett, Uncle, Michael Art and Aunt Cindy Art.
In lieu of flowers please give to a charity that benefits Alzheimer's or Animal rights both of which she was passionate about. Memorial Service pending, please visit the memorial website at www.woodriverchapel.com