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In Memory

Cassandra Sartor (Hein)

Cassandra Sartor (Hein)



Cassandra Sartor 75 of Kenosha passed away on Saturday November 3, 2018 at the Ridgewood Care Center.

She is survived by her daughter Chrissy, husband Robert and granddaughters Colleen, Heather,  Danielle and Shannon 

In accordance with Cassandra's wishes, services will be private.

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11/10/18 07:27 PM #10    

Jerald Greco

Rest in Peace Cassie.

11/10/18 07:42 PM #11    

Rita Martino (Ginocchio)

Cassie and I were best friends from the time we were 6yrs old right thru our high school years and then some. We grew up on the same block, 24th Ave, 4 houses apart. There wasn't a day that passed we weren't together. As kids, roller skates were always on our feet. In Jr. High, we would spend all our money buying 45's. High School was boys and Friday night dances. I could write a book with all that we did and every bit of it fun. That's what I remember most about Cassie. She made me laugh all the time. She was so quick witted but also very, very smart. Homework was always a snap in perfect handwriting !
Cassie suffered a stroke in Jan '2016 and resided in Ridgewood Nursing Home in Racine from then on.
Visiting her was really tough, I hated seeing her that way. She was paralyzed and unable to do much but her humor would show itself and she was just Cassie again. When God finally called her home I was actually glad for her. It was like she died and went to Disneyworld ! I know she is busy cracking up her loved ones that went before her and happy she's arrived. When I finally catch up to her I know the first thing she's gonna say is, "Where you been, slim" ?
Rest in Peace my BFF, you're Home :- ) !

11/10/18 07:53 PM #12    

Marla Foth (Moody)

Rest in peace Cassandra.

11/11/18 03:38 PM #13    

Janice Sadowski

Cassie was a great friend.  I met her at Washington Jr. High.  She liked to dance and we used to dance on our lunch hour.  I was shocked to hear that she was in the nursing home in Racine.  I felt so bad for her.  I have been visiting her there for the last two years.  She was so glad that someone would come to visit her.  I said I hate to see you this way.  She was a bridesmaid in my wedding.  She was a lot of fun.  Too sad.

11/11/18 08:19 PM #14    

Carol DeAngelis (Gott)

Carol DeAngelis  gott     we well always remember cassie wonderful smile   may God bless hdr




11/12/18 05:32 PM #15    

Verneen (Kitsy) Westphal

I am so sad to hear that we have lost another one of our BFF's. Cassie is such a sweetheart and I know she will be missed by all of us. Her smiles and laughter will live on in all our hearts. Peace be with you.


11/15/18 01:02 PM #16    

Suzette Arnoldini (Englund)

Cassie was small in stature but she sure was a huge presence.  Alwasy so much fun and outgoing.  She was sort of "electric:" really.  Full of fun ideas and never one to back down or not voice her opinion, and a warmth that attracted people to her and made them like and appreciate her.  I used to see Cassie and her husband Bob at all the class reunions and they would alwasy be together with Rita and Bob. When Cassie suffered a stroke Rita was as alwasy, the very best friend, attentive and caring.  They had a very special bond up unitil Cassies passing. I was happy Rita asked me to come visit the nursing home with her a couple of times.  Seeing Cassie, even in the worst of situations, did not dull her sharp senses or her humor.  Nor her quest to find a good Bingo game.  My sympathy to Bob and Cassies family.  Rest in peace Cassie.        

11/17/18 03:18 PM #17    

Donna Parkinson (Voss)

Always sad to hear of another classmate passing.  I remember Cassie and her smile and sweet disposition.  Condolences to her family.

11/18/18 01:00 PM #18    

Cheryl Tinnell (Schmidt)

I remember Cassie's smile. So much energy. Deepest condolences to her family.

11/26/18 10:03 AM #19    

Marilyn Copen (Birky)

I am so sorry to hear of her passing.


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