Sandra DeStefano

Sandra DeStefano

You’d never see Sandy out that she didn’t look great: perfect hair, perfect makeup and dressed to the nines. If she had a weakness it was probably clothes and shoes: you’ can’t keep a girl from shopping. With all she had Sandy wouldn’t hesitate to give it away if she thought someone needed it more. Earlier years found her working for Western Union, but when she needed some relaxation, you’d find her out by her pool.
Through friends she’d meet a guy named Ellis. Their first meeting at Prospectors led to a 33 years marriage. The secret to their success was letting Sandy get her way, but truth be told, Ellis didn’t mind. She is survived by her daughter, Trista (Scott) Jarvis and her step-daughters, Rayna (Paul) Biester and Desire DeStefano; and 5 step grandchildren.

Come celebrate 72 great years Thursday 6-8 p.m. and Friday 8-9 a.m. at Daley Life Celebration Studio. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday 10:30 a.m. at Corpus Christi Church, Willingboro. Interment Holy Assumption Cemetery, Roebling.


  1. Jim Milsted says:

    So sorry for your loss Ellis…I just got off the phone with Phil Pyle and he told me the sad news…Sending thoughts and prayers to you and your whole family at this time…Gob Bless.

  2. Dana D Altare says:

    Sandy and I shared many good years at work I had the pleasure of having her at my wedding and I must say she danced all night. I also was able to share with her the wedding of Trista and Scott. There were some rough times together as she suffered terribly over to loss of her grandson Sean. Sandy will be deeply missed by many I especially will cherish the 10 years side by side with her at work. prayers and hugs tobjer family. love Dana

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