2145 Compton Road, Cincinnati, OH 45231

Sandra Coddington July 1, 1949 - January 12, 2021

Sandra A. Coddington

Sandy A. Coddington 71, of Fairfield, passed away Tuesday, January 12, 2021 due to complications from Covid. 

She is survived by her loving husband, Jim Coddington; her children; Robert Clements, Sean Clements, Emily Schwartz (Steven), and two grandchildren.  She is also survived by two brothers; Keith Braun (Sheila), Chuck Braun (Linda), and one sister Betty Cockriel.

She was a Teacher’s Aide for 25 years at Fairfield High School in the Special Behavior Unit. She was an accomplished decorator and gardener.

Mass of Christian Burial will be 11:00 AM Wednesday, January 20, 2021, at Sacred Heart Church in Fairfield, Ohio with Father Larry Tharp officiating.  Friends may call one hour prior to the services at the church.  Burial will follow at Arlington Memorial Gardens Cemetery.  Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, https://act.alz.org/.  www.amgfuneralhome.com.

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    Connie BOGUSZEWSKI says

    MIKE , GEORGIA, so sorry for your loss.You are in my thoughts and prayers.
    May GOD be with you during this trying time. Amen

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    Patricia Kelly says

    Rest in peace, my wonderful sister-in-law. A woman of so many talents and interests, she was full of life and wonderful to be with. We will always miss her wonderful laugh, her kind heart, and her generous hospitality. She made our lives more beautiful in so many ways, it is hard to think of life without her in our family. My heart and prayers go out to my brother Jim, her children Sean, Emily, and Todd, and her brothers and sister. God bless you and keep you, Patricia and Joe

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    Jeanne Haines says

    To Sandy’s family:
    We lost touch after high school, but as soon as we saw each other, it was as if no time had come between us! Sandy was so much fun…. we met as freshman or maybe the summer before? I would take the bus down Montgomery Rd to the street where she lived & we would meet at White Castle (hamburgers 15 cents?). We would then walk the rest of the way to her house. We swam at Waterworks Pool, teased her brother a lot, laughed at everything & kept many secrets! She also worked with me at my parents store downtown on Saturdays (when her mom let her!). Sandy always had such a wonderful laugh, was so kind to everyone, & authentic to her core! A friend to have forever! She was such a special person! I am so thankful to have known her growing up & was even able to be reacquainted with her more recently! I will love her forever & ever!!!! ❤️
    She told me how fortunate she was to have such a wonderful family! She will be missed by so many people!
    God bless you all!

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