Sandy Cera dies of cancer |

Sandy Cera dies of cancer

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SUMMIT COUNTY – Long-time local Sandy Cera died Wednesday after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. She was 51.

According to her husband Steve Sikorski, Cera worked for Summit County’s ambulance service for 18 years, and they’ve lived in the community since 1987.

“She was made for Summit County,” Sikorski said. “She was just so happy when she got that job.”

Both Cera and Sikorski are originally from Stevens Point, Wisc., and Cera’s memorial service will be held in Wisconsin next Wednesday.

Cera was a huge Packers fan: “You’d cut her and she’d bleed cheese,” her husband said. Oct. 16 would have been the couple’s 25th anniversary. Cera was born Nov. 30, 1957.

Always an animal lover, Cera’s wishes were that donations be made to the League for Animals and People of Summit (LAPS). Mail the League for Animals and People of the Summit at P.O. Box 2512, Frisco, CO 80443.

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