Sandy Trump Conahan, 1941-2005
Sandy Conahan Trump of Salem, Ore., died surrounded by family members in her home on Oct. 21 after a long fight with lung cancer. She was 64.
She was born in Gilman to Melburn and Nina Trump and attended school in Minturn. She moved from Colorado to Oregon in 1975.
Family members and friends say she was an extraordinary cook and a talented, good-humored and energetic woman who loved life.
She is survived by her mother, Nina Trump of Aumsville, Ore.; children Rick Satterfield and his wife, Darla, of Mill City, Ore., Rusty Satterfield and his wife, Debbie, of Lyons, Ore., Shelly Satterfield of Salem, and Samantha Bruce and her husband, Jamie, of Salem; sisters Melba Easley, Ann Andrews, Jerri Hannah and Ruth Trump; 10 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
A celebration of her life will be held a 5 p.m., today at the community center in Aumsville.
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