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Betty Sands

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Betty Sands

Betty Sands

Aged 74 years

Betty Sands aged 74 years, of Sea Beach Estates, West Bay Street, died at Doctors Hospital on Wednesday, January 26th, 2022.

She is survived by her Daughters: Margo Moree and Carolyn Moree-Pommier; Son: Charles (Chuck) Sands; Grandchildren: Hannah, and David Sands, and Jonathan Moree; Sister: Eleanor Russell; Brother: Ronald Taylor; Aunt: Thelma Taylor Duncombe; Uncles: Donald and George Fernander; and a host of other relatives and friends.

Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date.

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  1. My sincere condolences to my family of Betty Taylor Sands. Betty & i grew up in Rock Sound Eleuthera next door to each other. We were cousins, friends & like sisters. On the phone we talked 2, 3, 4 & sometimes more a week, even though she was in Nassau Bahamas & i in florida, it did not matter to Betty. If Betty could not reach me, she would call my daughter Denise, who would say to her, “aunt Betty u can’t get mummy this is why u are calling me, they both would laugh. Oh Betty, my Sweet Lady i miss u so much. U left a huge void in my heart. I cry every day hoping that i would get a phone call from you, just to hear ur voice. All of our lives we stuck together as if we were glued even when far apart. I listen still for my phone to ring, hoping it is a call from u. Betty u were the few sweetest people in this world to me & so many, many others. Those who knew u could not say any thing but good things about u. I remember when you first opened up ur business, i asked u, who did u work for? Your answer to me was, God, meaning how u help people find jobs. Betty u surely spoke the truth about this, helping so many people in need. Ur church in Rock Sound Eleuthera u remained faithful to, ur people in Eleuthera also. When Father Fredrick Guild passed away he wanted to be buried in Rock Sound u help to carry out his wishes. Also u saw about his Head Stone & that he would be buried in St Lukes Anglican Church Yard
    Another wonderful thing that u did for ur people in Rock Sound Eleauthera was, u made sure that the new sports field was named after our Hero Big Doggie Smith, best Bahamian Softball Pitcher ever. In Nassau Bahamas u work in ur church Christ Church Cathedral & rarely missed a Sunday Morning Mass. U were an Author of books & poems, that inspired every ones of us. Betty u Served ur God & ur country the best way u could, u gave it ur all. I can go on & on writing & talking about u for ever. Well done Gods faithful Servant, gone but forever in my 💙. Betty sleep on & take ur rest, God 💘 u best. May ur Soul Rest In Peace. I 💘 & miss u dearly.

  2. Deepest condolences to the family. I remember Betty as our youth group leader at St Lukes Anglican church Rock Sound. Betty also taught me how to type back when I was a teenager in Rock sound . RIP Betty and rise in glory.


    Speaking of Betty Taylor Sands, she was a wonderful wife to her Husband Charles Garrett Sands who passed away in 1966. A very good mother to her children a good daughter, a good sister & a friend to everyone near & far. Rest In Peace my Sweet Lady, 💘 u

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