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Sandra Louise Jorett

Sandra Louise Jorett died peacefully on Sunday, June 23, 2024, at home in Langhorne surrounded by her family. Born on July 13, 1943, Sandra lived a life filled with love, warmth, and dedication to her family. She would have celebrated her 81st birthday in just a few weeks. 

Sandra was the beloved wife of Walter J Jorett III. The couple shared almost 50 years of family, laughter, love, and good memories.

Born in Philadelphia, PA, Sandra was the daughter of the late Santo and Louise Tedesco Ferla. She was the sister of the late Joan Ferla Schminkey.

Sandra was a 1961 graduate of Cardinal Dougherty High School. She went on to work at Miraculous Medals and Red Rope Industries; but it was her years working at Sears and Roebuck Co. that brought her to meet Walter. 

To Sandra, known as “Sandy” to family and friends, life's greatest joy was the love of her family and grandchildren. She took great pride in caring for her home, and in creating a warm and welcoming place for family and friends. She loved to host dinners, bringing everyone together. In addition, Sandra also loved silk flower arranging, baking, and caring for the little details that make a house a home. She enjoyed many days sitting and chatting with her friends and family, and was quick to bring a smile to everyone’s face. Her laughter, kindness, love, and quiet strength will always be remembered and forever missed. 

In addition to her loving husband, Sandra will be deeply missed by her daughter and son-in-law, Janine and Jason Williams and her two grandsons James Williams and Nolan Williams. She is also survived by her son, Santo Bajda and his wife Marybeth; and her grandaughter Nicole Osborne.

Memorial contributions in Sandra’s name may be made to the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation at 230 East Ohio Street; Suite 500 in Chicago, IL 60611, or at www.pulmonaryfibrosis.org.

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