Sandra Lee Hibma
Sandra Lee Hibma, born July 9, 1959. passed away shortly after midnight on May 2, 2019 at the age of 59. She excused herself quietly from the loving care of the people of Chapman House in Owen Sound. Sandra Lee grew up on 2nd Avenue East by the old Arena, attending school at Strathcona, and OSCVI. She then went to Mohawk College in Hamilton to become a Radiological Technician (X-ray tech). While there she got reacquainted with a friend from Owen Sound who was happy to drive her back and forth to Owen Sound from Hamilton on weekends. She cast her spell and they married in September of 1982. She spent her working years in health care in X-ray, Ultrasound, Ophthalmology, and Urology. She leaves behind her husband Dick, her children Andrew and his wife Melodee, and daughter Kristen Fair and her husband Jonathan. She adored her three grandsons, Hezekiah, Remington, and Keegan. They were her JOY! She is also survived by her mother, Betty June McCaw, Uncle Brad Graham and his wife Betty, Aunt Carol Johnson and her husband Tom, all of Owen Sound, as well as Mom Nancy McCaw of Wiarton, and her siblings Ted and Tammy McCaw of Hepworth, Vickie and Don Scarlett of Wiarton, John McCaw and Caralin George of Owen Sound, Suzy and Don Richardson of Wiarton, Pam Thompson and Nick McCoy of Wiarton, and Mark McCaw of Hamilton/Wiarton. She is remembered with great affection by her cousins, nephews, and nieces, as well as her numerous in-laws on the Hibma side.
She had the ability to develop deep and meaningful relationships with so many dear friends from childhood to new friends in the neighbourhood. She is predeceased by her father Douglas McCaw of Wiarton. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday May 18th at 2 p.m. at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Owen Sound. A visitation will be held on Friday evening at St. Andrew’s from 7 to 9 p.m., and Saturday morning from 10 a.m. to noon. Cremation has taken place through Grey Bruce Cremation and Burial Services in Owen Sound. In lieu of more flowers memorial donations can be made to Chapman House through www.greybrucehospice.com, or to the Terry Fox Foundation through www.terryfox.org.