Sandra Juleen Solomon

05-Nov-1947 - 08-Nov-2021

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Sandra Juleen Solomon

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Sandra Juleen Solomon on 8 November 2021 at the age of 74. Sandy was surrounded by family as her long battle with COPD came to an end.

Sandy was the loving spouse of Robert Bernard Solomon (deceased) for 41 years, and devoted mother of Lee-Ann Valencia (Pepe Valencia), Robert Patrick Solomon, and Erin Patricia Solomon (Patrice Guevremont).

Sandy is the beloved sister of (and survived) by Jack Otto, David Otto, Jeff Otto, Dale Otto, Garry Otto, and predeceased by Gregory Otto. Sandra will be deeply missed by her family and friends.

Funeral care entrusted to Kelly Funeral Home - Kanata Chapel. For those wishing to do so, In Memoriam donations to the Canadian Lung Association are greatly appreciated. Sharing memories and online condolences may be made at

Condolences from family and friends

Posted by Bonnie and Dave Beach | 19-Nov-2021

Lee-Ann and Pepe, it is without a doubt that your wonderful Mom had a fantastic summer with you two in your beautiful new home. She sat outside, watching the water and all the boats go by, sipping her glass of wine and enjoying her days. You gave her a peaceful and happy place in which to spend her last days. She was a lovely woman who will be dearly missed by all her had the good fortune to know her, like us. Sending you peace and strength during this time. xo

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Posted by Laurie Schrier | 17-Nov-2021

Lee-Ann, Erin, Rob, John and I were so sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. We enjoyed many fun times with your mom and dad. Drinking wine and enjoying food. Sandy was a great cook and we always enjoyed her preserves and stained glass work, she had a green thumb when it came to gardening which I have never accomplished. She will be missed by all, she is now with Bob enjoying a glass of wine. I raise a glass to you my friend. John and Laurie

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