Sandra R. Palmer transitioned from this phase of her life on earth on December 12, 2017 at Haven Hospice at JFK Medical Center in Edison NJ. Sandy was the youngest of four children born to Randolph Palmer and Jeanette Vaughn on October 29, 1952 in the Bronx NY. Sandy was raised in the Bronx NY and had resided in Plainfield for many years
Sandy spent majority of her work career working as a house keeper for Jordans Cleaning Service. In which she worked for over 20 years, with her boss whom was a dear friend during her younger years. After that, she worked for Armark for several years. Next laboring at a Quick Check corporation located in Scotch Plains., NJ. As a result of her fight with breast cancer, Sandy began an early retirement in her 50's.
After restoring her health Sandy would enjoy her afternoons watching her favorite court shows on television. In addition to the food network, ID channel and The Maury Show. Sandy lived with her companion Troy L. Martin on West 7th St. in an apartment in Plainfield, New Jersey for 19 years. Plenty of the friendships she made throughout the many years living in the building remained steadfast until her passing.
Sandy was admired by many for her witty humor, sassy mouth and outgoing attitude. Aunt Sandy as she was called by many of her daughters friends could be remembered listening to music, dancing and voicing her opinion. She was a very outspoken, energetic, feisty, extremely stubborn and independent person. To add, those are only a few of our favorite characteristics of her fiery, funny and strong personality.
Sandra "Sandy" Palmer took pleasure in spending time with her children, grandchildren and friends. She loved to traveling with her eldest daughter and niece Tonika, as well as with her good friend Barbara. Miss Sandy hopped at any opportunity to explore events in her community with her middle child and grandchildren such as food banks, street fairs and local Jazz festivals. Also, always going shopping on the weekends with her youngest daughter and grandchildren. Plus spending the summers with her younger daughters kids. She loved all the grandchildren to pieces. Just to mention a few of her highlights this women would offer great support, be caring and give what ever she could to which ever one of her friends whom asked.
Sandy is predeceased by her parents Randolph Palmer and Jeanette Vaughn , a sister Annette James , and a brother Donald Palmer
Sandy Palmer leaves to mourn three daughters Shanette, Sandra and Monique; eight grandchildren Khail, Tyrell, John Jr., Katrell, Nikolette, Sha’Niyah, Jacqualyn, Ibn and baby Milani on the way any day now; a brother Randy. She is also survived by a host of extended family and loving friends.