Betty and Sandy knew each other through the Meals on Wheels Service. Betty and Sandy shared a great sense of humour and they constantly bouncing stories off each other with banter, laughter, humour and similar experiences with a ‘slap stick’ comedy.
We were saddened by the sudden loss of Sandy in early 2017. Meals on Wheels NSW will be forever grateful to Sandy, she provided a lot of laughs when showing her video along with Betty at Conference and on social media platforms. We will always thankful for her spirit and contribution in raising the profile of Meals on Wheels. In a way Sandy started to change perceptions of Meals on Wheels and showing the importance and the strength of the social side and changing clients lives by her visits. She made people laugh and that's important!