Sandra Lou Stewart


Sandra died on June 7, 2011 and was 74 years old.


Sandra Lou Stewart  was born in Sheridan, Montana on August 25, 1936,

daughter of Hazel (Garrison)Foster and Tom Foster.  Sandra married Frederick

Braach in 1953 and were married for twenty years.  She later married

Robert Stewart on August 31, 1974.

Sandra was employed at Washington Mutual Savings Bank for almost 20 years

and then at Wells Fargo Bank for a number of years.  For the past 10 years

of her career, she was the office manager for Human Life of Washington.

She is survived by her husband, Robert Stewart, her daughters Susan Braach-

Maghami(Michael), Nancy Braach Zuluaga(Dave), and Kathleen Stewart.  Also,

she has four beloved grandchildren- Anthony Zuluaga(Amanda), Tara Zuluaga

Dorgan(Alan), Dana Braach and Alec Maghami.  She was also survived by others

whom she had a very deep love.

Sandra was predeceased by her son, Richard Lee Braach.

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to Human Life of Washington.


Funeral Mass was held at Holy Family Catholic Church in Kirkland, Washington

and lead by Father Kurt Nagel.  Following Mass, Sandra was interred at

Mt. Angeles Memorial Park in Port Angeles, Washington.

Funeral services are under the direction of Barton Family Funeral Service.

3 Responses to “Sandra Lou Stewart”

  • Cynthia Barron says:

    Robert and girls,
    Sandra was the most wonderful friend ~ She never forgot about mom, even as her memory failed~ We will miss her~ I think about all the thing’s she and mom shared, those beautiful blue eyes, alway’s with a smile, and a kind word to say~
    Heaven has another angel~ we love you Sandra~

    Cynthia Barron
    Jeanne Masters

  • Sharon Perkins says:

    Dear Robert, and family,
    I am so very sorry to hear of your loss of your dear, Sandra…Deepest sympathy to you all.

    Sharon Perkins
    Redmond Washington

    I helped plan your trip when you visited Europe a few short years ago

  • JoAnn Balmer says:

    Dearest Susan,

    Fred and I are so sorry for your loss. You had a beautiful mother and she certainly loved you kids. Contact us sometime. If you get to Ocean Shores look us up.

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