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Sandra "Sandi" Ann Carroll
July 18, 1948 ~ November 11, 2023 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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Sandra “Sandi” Carroll, 75, of Oxford was called home by the Lord to become one of his angels. She left this world on Saturday, November 11th, from Griffin Hospital in Derby. For over 45 years she was the beloved spouse of James Carroll who will always treasure his time with her and carry her memory. Sandi was born July 18, 1948 in Derby, Connecticut. She was the beloved daughter of Albert Dominic Martino and Ada Patricia (Cookson) Martino. She is survived by her husband, Jim of Oxford, her daughter and son-in-Law, Tegan and Mike Famiglietti of Southbury, her brother and his wife, Geoff and Esperanza Martino of Ansonia, and her grandsons, Declan and Gavin.
Sandi graduated from Derby High School and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Finance and Accounting from Quinnipiac University. She later earned her Master’s degree from Western Connecticut and her sixth year degree from Adams State.
Although she originally began working as an auditor for Connecticut Bank and Trust and then Rhode Island Hospital Trust, she paused her working life to devote her time to raising her daughter, Tegan. As Tegan began her education, Sandi decided to follow her calling and transitioned to teaching and finished her teaching career journey at Danbury High in the Business Education Department. She enjoyed teaching English Language Learners how to use computers but her true passion was working with Special Education Students.
Sandi was very active in the Girl Scout Organization in Oxford for many years. She was a troop leader and also served as the town Registrar. She was also active in the travel troop for the New Haven council.
Sandi loved to travel and was always looking for new places to explore. She had a passion for visiting historical sites and National Parks, enriching her knowledge with what made each place exceptional. Sandi also had a knack for finding unique places to visit.
She spent many years traveling the country in RV's with her family. She also loved cruising and made many voyages to the Caribbean, Transatlantic crossings, the Baltic, and the Mediterranean.
There will be a memorial service for Sandi at the Munson-Lovetere Funeral Home, 235 Main Street North Southbury, CT on Saturday, November 25th, from 11:00am to 1:00pm. A 12p.m. special tribute will be shared, highlighting some surprising moments and cherished memories that have shaped Sandi's life.
In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made in Sandi’s memory to Winship Cancer Institute in Atlanta, Georgia. They were a tremendous partner in Sandi’s 12-year battle with cancer.
To leave an online condolence please visit www.munsonloveterefuneralhome.com.