Date of Birth January 4, 1955
Date Deceased October 1, 2021
Hometown Bath
Home State N.Y.

Sandra Mae Yeoman

BATH-Sandra Mae Yeoman, 66, of State Route 53 (Town of Wheeler) passed away Friday (Oct. 1, 2021) at the Arnot-Ogden Medical Center in Elmira.

Born in Elmira on Jan. 4, 1955, she was a daughter of the late Edward H. and Florence I. (Sherman) Hill. Besides her parents, she was also predeceased by one brother, Ron Hill and one sister, Linda.

When she was younger, Sandra was employed at the former W.T. Grant Store in Bath and most recently was employed as a roofer for Cayuga Lake Roofing.

Her loving family includes her husband of nearly 41 years, Carl Yeoman, who she married on Nov. 23, 1980; six sons, Don Hoad, Jerry Hoad, Carl Yeoman, Kevin (Tina) Yeoman, Chad Yeoman and Josh Hoad; several grandchildren; and one sister, Roxanne Miller.

There will be no calling hours or services.

The LaMarche Funeral Home, 35 Main St., Hammondsport is honored to assist Sandra’s family with the arrangements.

To add your own personal remembrance or condolence you may click on the link below or visit the Facebook page of Bishop & Johnson Funeral Home, Inc.

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  1. Sandy and I had a special bond. We never got together all the time for coffee or ice cream, but we talked, “a lot”. She was supportive and concerned all the years Sonny was dealing with cancer. She didn’t just care about what Sonny was going through but she cared about me and how I was too.
    I prayed with her and for her when she was having a rough patch health wise or personally.
    We had that kind of connection.
    One specific incident happened about 5 days after Sonny passed away…….I had to go to tractor supply to get welding gloves that fit me so I could handle the hot stove parts that needed cleaned. The store was unusually busy and I walked the whole store trying to find welders gloves. I was in panic mode because this is the first time I went anywhere after he died. I just wanted to get back out to my car and go home. As I was leaving the store Sandy was at the register getting checked out. She saw me and called to me, she wanted to know how I was doing. I lost all composure, and she hugged me so tight and whispered in my ear, “I’ll hug you til you let go” .
    Her hug and all she meant to me stayed with me to this day.
    Sandy you will be missed 💔

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