Sandra Cardwell Obituary, Death – Sandy L. Carpenter Cardwell passed away on the evening of May 6 at 11:00 p.m. local time in Bowling Green. She was 60 years old. Bowling Green was her permanent home at the time. Sandy was born in Bowling Green to her parents, Mona Nichols Carpenter, who is still living and lives there, and Lindell Carpenter, who has since died away. Sandy’s father has also passed away. Her brothers William Reddick, Joe Reddick, and Chuck Reddick had all left this world before to her passing. Her parents had also gone before her in death at this point.
Sandy attended the St. Joseph Catholic Church and was employed as a member of the customer service staff at the Auto Truck Credit Union. Sandy was well-known for the mouthwatering baked goodies she created. She was a contributor to many organizations’ fund-raising initiatives and engaged in such activities. Baking for other people was her way of showing her devotion for them.
Charles Edward Cardwell, who has been Sandy’s spouse for the last 44 years, is the only one who will remember her. 2 children, Daniel Cardwell T.J., Katherine Gravil, and everyone else from Bowling Green were there. Alyssa Cardwell, Autumn Cardwell, and Charles Gravil are the names of our grandchildren. Eunice McKinney’s sister is among those who have made it through life, along with a large number of nieces, nephews, great nieces, and great nephews.
Both the J.C. Kirby and Son Broadway Chapel and the St. Joseph Catholic Church will be available for viewing on Thursday. The J.C. Kirby and Son Broadway Chapel will be open for visitation from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm, while the St. Joseph Catholic Church will open at 9:00 am. The funeral mass will be held on Friday at noon, and the burial will take place in the Archie Newman Wilson Cemetery after the service.