Monica Louise Sandoval

 United States

  • Date Of Birth: August 22, 1995
  • Date Of Death: July 6, 2021
  • Siblings: Bubba (brother), Cody (brother)
  • Resting Place: Broadlawn Memorial Gardens
  • Occupation: Make-Up Artist, CosPlay Artist
  • City: Winder
  • State: Georgia

Monica Louise Sandoval, age 25, of Winder, GA passed away Tuesday, July 6, 2021.

She was preceded in death by her grandmothers, Janet Askew and Margarita Gamboa; grandfathers, Carlos Gamboa and Victor Sandoval, Sr.; and uncle, Manuel Sandoval.

Survived by parents Jeannie and Victor, brothers Bubba and Cody, Papa Jerry (Barbara) Askew, Grandma Chela Sandoval, Uncles Jeff (Christina) Askew, Ernesto (Laura) Gamboa, Victor Sandoval Jr, Omar (Christi) Sandoval, and Aunts: Veronica S. Tyree, Sylvia (Ernie) Cortez, Lorena (Roland) Kroeger as well as many Great Aunts/Uncles, cousins and friends spread throughout the states and abroad.

Monica was born on August 22, 1995, in Hinesville, GA.

During her 12 years of childhood cancer, there were a number of organizations and events that were dear to her. For many years she was a participant in the 46 faces of Rally and a Rally on the Runway Model. She was the Leukemia & Lymphoma Georgia hero, Miss Southeast Relay for Life Georgia, Miss Relay for Life Hall County, CURE supporter, Beads of Courage collector, Camp Sunshine camper, Humerology Atlanta’s biggest fan, and a Songs for Kids friend just to name a few. A special group, Blue Skies Ministry allowed the family to attend beach retreats for many years at Port St. Joe, Florida, and these trips were a slice of Heaven to her each time she attended.

She loved hard and big. Monica was a member of Bethlehem Church where she has served in the children’s program for over ten years. She loved watching over all the little ones. Monica was a talented makeup artist, an incredible artist that loved to draw and paint, as well as a talented seamstress that created from scratch many outfits for herself to wear at COSplay conventions and hospital princess events over the years.

Monica has always loved being a big sister to her brothers Bubba and Cody. They shared a lot of laughs together and created many memories that will never be forgotten. Monica was loved so, so much by Jeannie and Victor and the family will never forget how I love you more than me.

Monica was a member of the class of 2013 at West Hall High School.