Sandra Tebar

Sandra Tebar, passed away March 8th, 2023. Born October 10, 1954 to Jose and Josephine Tebar in Ponce, Puerto Rico, she was a lover of sewing and crafts. Making outfits for her dolls as a child to clothing for her children once a mother. She helped sew many musicals and play costumes, halloween outfits and even fashionable and useful masks during the pandemic.

Sandra loved her pets and her children, and most certainly in that order. Sandra, a loving and devoted mother, sister and friend is survived by her sister, Arleen, her children; Jose and Andrea and her furry grandchildren Lola, Sophia, Oliver and Pacey.

A woman of faith and family Sandra put her children first. Seeking better opportunities for them, she packed up her life, two children and six pets in Puerto Rico and moved to Orlando, Florida. Where she raised her children through their high school years always championing them and their endeavors. She helped both of her children afford college and encouraged them to follow their bliss. Making sure they knew her support was unconditional.

Sandra was an amazing single mother with a huge heart always thinking of others. Her life was filled with lessons she always shared with her children. Her passing will leave an unfillable gap in the hearts of her loved ones. Her ability to sacrifice, provide, and love will forever be remembered.

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