Sandra L. Stuban, LTC, USA, Ret.
- October 1, 1956 - June 14, 2012
- Fairfax, Virginia
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So sorry Steve. Take comfort in the other members of your family and your friends. Don't let depression take control. As hard as it is, ask for help. I had to when I became one of "Jerrys Kids".
Posted by: Robert Thomson - Melbourne, FL - Friend Jul 29, 2012
From the moment I met Sandy Stuban in 2011, I was inspired by her incredible strength, courage, and devotion to family and community. She was a remarkable person who left this world a better place. She will remain an inspiration to many of us, and I hope to continue her efforts to improve our public schools. Warmest sympathies to Steve and her extended family and friends who loved her so dearly.
Posted by: Megan O'Brien McLaughlin - Fairfax, VA - family friend Jul 15, 2012
I have known Sandy since we were both Army Nurses stationed in Augsburg, GE. We had some great times working at 34th General Hospital, traveling around Europe together and going to Egypt. When I heard Sandy had ALS, in 1995, I had been diagnosed with MS for about 2 years. I feel very blessed to have known her and to have been able to call her friend. May God rest her soul.
Posted by: ma - leavenworth, KS - friend Jul 13, 2012
Sandy, may you rest in peace in God's lovng hands with Nick. Although i didn't get to know you I'm sure your life with my little buddy Stevey was wonderful.
I Love you. Come home for a visit, Paulie is back on one side of Mom & Dad and I'm still here on the other.
Posted by: Mike DiGiovanni - Seymour, CT Jul 01, 2012
The story of Sandra is touching and compelling. Her courage, compassion and strength are a lesson in how to live life to the fullest possible and battle great adversity with a kindness that cannot be overcome by great adversity. My thoughts and prayers are with all the Stuban family.
Posted by: Michael Pierson - Fredericksburg, VA - Classmate of sister Susan Stuban Jun 29, 2012
Dear Sandy will always remain a cherished, loved and irreplaceable link in our extended family. Her remarkable life and the messaging she emanated to our family and to countless others who learned the stories of her life and her activism promoting ALS support and research, care for our veterans, reforms of Fairfax County Public School disciplinary policies, or seeking new Virginia legislation guaranteeing parental notification rights in student disciplinary matters will be with us always. Sandy was a symbol of hope, inspiration, service, selflessness, courage and perseverance. Prayers and blessings to Steve. RIP dear Sandy and beloved Nick. Xoxoxox
Posted by: Lydia Antoniou - Potomac, MD - Sister-in-Law Jun 27, 2012