Sandi L.Vickery, 52

OSWEGO, NY – Sandi L.Vickery, 52, a resident of Oswego, passed away on Thursday July 18, 2013, at University Hospital in Syracuse.

Born in Oswego, she was a daughter of the late Raymond and Joyce (Pitcher) Vickery and was a graduate of Oswego High School.

Sandi L.Vickery
Sandi L.Vickery

Sandi was a journeyman electrician at the James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant.

She loved to cook and bake and enjoyed cross-stitching.

She was an avid softball player and enjoyed playing golf.

Surviving are two sons, Christopher (Jennifer) Stell of Camillus and Dustin (Candice) Stell of Palermo; two sisters, Terry (Santo) Pagano and Jo-Rae (Gary) Konu; two brothers, Bernard (Julie) Coe and Craig (Mary) Coe all of Oswego; two grandchildren, Carter and Brody; and aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held on Tuesday at 7 p.m. from the Dowdle Funeral Home with calling hours from 5 – 7 p.m. prior to the service.


  1. Sandy was a sweet and fun friend!!!!!! She will be truly missed! So sorry for your loss!!

  2. My prayers and thoughts go out the family. She is once again rejoined with her Mom and our Dad.

  3. I was in high school with Sandy many, many moons ago. She was a very nice person, who grew into a beautiful woman. Such a loss… My condolences to her family and loved ones.

  4. she was a kind fun loving person only one that i know that would play in a mud puddle with my daughter erin who had downs she was fun to be around she will be missed buy all

  5. I would like too express my sympathy to her family ,I lost my sister last Saturday and its not an easy thing to do .Terry you and your family hold your memories close …..its just too soon…..She will be missed

  6. Rip Sandy. Prayers to all of her family. She was a Minetto girl as well as a Theta Phi Omega sorority sister. We also had a lot of fun in marching band together. I am in North Carolina now so I can’t make her service but hope you can find peace for all your family has had to deal with. Love to all of you!!

  7. The years have passed, but I still think of all the wonderful times I’ve had with Sandi (“Sandi with an I”) and the rest of our friends. Hi Shelley, Julie, Tim, Laurie.

    Sandi was a warm, loving person who brightened any room she entered. Sandi and JoRae were the first people I met when I moved to Oswego and made me feel as if we were friends for years. We became friends for years.

    I can’t attend the services, but my thoughts and prayers are with Sandi, JoRae, Terry, Chris, Dustin and the rest of the family as we say goodbye to someone who always comes to mind when I think of Oswego.

    Sleep well Sandi, you’re now in the peace you’ve been searching for.

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