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Sanford “Sandy” Samuel Yagendorf, U.S. Air Force (Ret.), 87, of Savannah, Georgia, died Friday evening, February 12, 2021, at Buckingham South.

The funeral service will be held at 3 o’clock, Sunday, February 14, 2021, at the graveside, Bonaventure Cemetery, conducted by Rabbi Avigdor Slatus.

You are invited to view the funeral service of Mr. Yagendorf by clicking here.


Online Condolences

  1. Suzanne Solomon says:

    Baruch Dayan Emet.
    From his relatives in Israel.
    Suzanne, Ian, Tomer, Talya and Gilad Solomon

  2. Monte Alpert says:

    My dear friend Sandy
    Thank you for being my friend for 45 years.
    Your passing has left me so sad and, I’m sorry to say,
    angry that these last few months you lived in so much pain. I hope all is peaceful now.
    I love you and will always miss you.
    I’ll see you later.

  3. Jean Jagendorf says:

    Dear Sandy,
    I will miss your many enthusiasms and the wide breadth of your interests, which were beyond our usual realm of thinking. I honor your multiple accomplishments and I loved your piano playing! I hope that you are now resting in peace, as your family and friends mourn your passing.
    Love, Jean

  4. Tom McLaughlin says:

    Dear Sandy:

    I will miss you greatly but look forward to our eternal reunion in heaven. Thank you for your loyal friendship especially during my times of heartache.

    You’ve earned a loyal cadre of friends and we are all praying for your acceptance into God’s loving embrace.

    As we say in my Catholic religion, “life is changed, but not ended“.

    Your dear friend,


  5. Esther Evans says:

    Dear Sandy
    I will miss our conversations. I hope you are at peace now.
    Your New York relative

  6. Rita Slatus says:

    Dear Sandy,
    Thank you so much for the special privilege and honor of caring for you.
    You won the hearts of so many at Buckingham South.
    We all know that you have a very special place in heaven for all the joy and happiness you brought to so many through your music and compassion for all.
    We all miss you very much.

    May you rest in peace.

  7. Janet Sweeney says:

    Sandy will truly be missed on this earth. His passion for life was evident in his many interests. We will forever remember his piano playing, always with a smile, his collection of smiley faces and light houses, his interest in good food, handwriting analysis, under water treasure hunting, traveling, and his kindness to everyone. He is a treasure and will be loved forever.

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