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Sandra “Sandy” K. Bronson

August 20, 1960 - June 30, 2020

Sandy Kay Smith, 59, was born August 20th, 1960 in Twin Falls Idaho to Paulene and Don Smith. She was the second youngest of four siblings. She graduated from Twin Falls High school and then attended Boise state University and majored in business. While attending Boise state she met her husband, Brent Bronson, and they were happily married for 36 years.

Brent and Sandy had many adventures while living in Reno, Seattle, and Tuscon before settling down in Evergreen for the last 21 years. They had two daughters, Megan (29) and Sydney (26).  Sandy recently worked for the city of Idaho springs as the Finance officer where she met many lifelong friends. Sandy enjoyed attending numerous sporting events, camping, hiking and skiing while living in CO. She always made everyone around her laugh and never took life too seriously. Sandy loved dogs and had several throughout her life who showered her with love throughout the years.

Sandy is survived by her husband Brent Bronson, her father Don Smith, her two daughters Sydney Bronson and Megan Vassen, her brother Scott Doron, her sister Katherine Jost, her step-mother Gladys Smith, her brother in-laws Brian Jost and Richard Suyehira, her son-in law Shannon Vassen, her sister in law Mia Doron, her nephew Michael Suyehira and Riley Jost, her nieces Kelsey Suyehira and Lily Doron, and her aunt Elaine Halverson and uncle Gary Halverson.

Sandy is preceded in death by her mother Pauline Lowe and her sister Connie Suyehira

Sandy stopped suffering Tuesday June 30th, 2020 at home surrounded by family and sounds of birds chirping following a three-year battle with Ovarian Cancer. The last three years Sandy never gave up and always kept a positive attitude. Sandy was caring, she was kind, had a contagious laugh, and she will be greatly missed.


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  1. Colin Moriarty says:

    Dear Brent,
    My condolences to you and your family. Sandy was such a nice person and always so pleasant to be around. She always made me feel welcome. It has been a very long time since we have crossed paths but I have nothing but fond memories of Sandy and the times we all were together up in Evergreen. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

    Thinking of you,
    Colin

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