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Sandra Diann (Kendall) Hall passed away peacefully at home on Monday, May 9, 2022.
Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, June 3, 2022 from 3:00-7:00 p.m. at Northview-North Mankato Mortuary with a Time of Sharing at 6:00 p.m.
Sandi was born on July 13, 1953 to Archie and Ruth (Davidson) Kendall in Mankato and grew up in rural Garden City with her family. Sandi was a 1971 graduate of Wellcome Memorial School. After High School, Sandi began working at 3M in New Ulm, MN. In the spring of 1972, Sandi met Clarence (Clem) Hall and they married in Lake Crystal on May 24, 1975. They were blessed with 3 children; Jerod, Heather, and Sara. Sandi was still employed at 3M until her accident in March of 1986 which left her handicapped. Sandi spent the years ahead being home during the day and available to watch her grandkids over the years during the day and in sports. Once Clarence retired, they spent winters at their home in Apache Junction, Arizona and summers in rural Garden City.
Sandi enjoyed doing crossword puzzles, playing card games and casino games on her computer, playing BINGO, drinking her cans of Pepsi, fishing dates with Clarence, but most of all, her family and grandchildren that she was so proud of and known as Grandma Dee. They were her pride and joy and you could always see her eyes light up when they were around.
Sandi is survived by her husband of almost 47 years, Clarence “Clem”; son, Jerod (Jennifer) Hall and their children Ashley (Justin) Bass and their children, Jackson & Haisley, Brianna (Aaron) Hotovec, and Nicole; daughter, Heather (John) Coopman and their children Dylan & Haley and daughter, Sara (Eric) Werner and their two fur babies, Rusty and Archie. She is also survived by her sister, Sharon Renner and brother, Archie (Ed) and Kay Kendall as well as Clem’s extended family, cousins, nieces, and nephews. She was preceded in death by her brother Larry, grandson Dustin Hall, and parents Archie and Ruth Kendall.
Sandi will be remembered for her free spirit throughout all of her pain, her stubbornness and most of all the love for her family. At the end, she knew she would be greeted by her family and that she loved her family here on earth more than we would ever know. For now, as she ended most of her conversations with family … Good Day!