In Celebration of

M. L. Sandra “Sandy” Ingall

August 31, 1941 -  January 9, 2019

She lived life with a martini in one hand and a gift for someone in the other. Generous and smart, Sandy had an insatiable knowledge of people and knew random bits about everyone. As teachers for many years with the TDSB, Sandy and her late husband Bill touched the lives of so many people. She was the first person to offer help to whoever needed it; be it a place to stay, money for school, a pet to care for or a car to borrow. Her talents also extended to baking amazing treats, sewing and lots of fun crafts. She always had ideas.
Her happy place was Gull Lake, cocktail hour, lunch with the ladies, shopping or simply hanging out on the deck and reading with the chipmunks. She was always up for an adventure, and traveled with many friends and family. Her ferocious appetite for life (not necessarily food) made her a force to be reckoned with, she fought hard but didn’t let her COPD slow her down. We lost her suddenly on January 9, 2019 but gracefully at 77 years old. She will be greatly missed by Michelle & Neal, Jonathan & Siobhan, her grandchildren Madeline & Jackson and by countless others. Slainte. Visitation will take place on Friday, January 18th from 2 – 4 & 6 – 9 p.m. at Turner & Porter Butler Chapel, 4933 Dundas St. W. (near Burnhamthope Rd). Help us celebrate her life with a Service being held at St. Olave’s Anglican Church, 360 Windermere Ave. on Saturday, January 19th at 2:00 p.m. with reception to follow. Memorial donations may be made in her honour to Sleeping Children Around the World.



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Darla & Jack Sward (Friends)

Entered January 11, 2019 from Sandy Bay Road

Our dear, sweet, funny, generous, wonderful friend. Sandy Bay will never be the same without you. We are filled with sadness in your passing. You loved life. You loved your children and your grand babies with all your heart. Don't worry, we will feed your fur babies. To Jon, Siobhan, Michelle, Neal, Madeline & Jackson our sincerest condolences... Darla & Jack Graham & Laura xo

Brian and Ellen Haylock (Friends from our visit to Gull Lake)

Entered January 12, 2019 from Mississauga

We would like to offer our deepest sympathy to the family. Sandy was such a wonderful person with a very big heart. May she Rest In Peace.

Greg Ardron (relative)

Entered January 14, 2019 from Dundas

Sandy is part of so many fond memories with myself and my daughters. They loved going over to her cottage to feed the chipmunks with Sandy.

Laurie Piskun & Jessica Willow (Friends)

Entered January 14, 2019 from Mono, Ontario

Although I only knew Sandi over 3 "girls" weekends at Gull Lake through her friend, Jenny, Sandi's imprint is as strong as her determination. My daughter, Jessica, and I laughed with Sandi and thoroughly enjoyed the time spent with her. An incredible lady who will be missed. Rest in peace. Laurie Piskun & Jessica Willow

Barry and Pat (Friend)

Entered January 14, 2019

So sorry Jon and Siobhan and Family on hearing the loss of your Mom.....although we didnt know her well...we certainly enjoyed many times together...sending our love and hugs...Barry and Pat


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