"She was just such a fun loving, delightful person," Scott said. "She saw the fun in everything. She was a special spirit and she'll be greatly missed."
"She was just down the hall from us," Randa said. "As curlers, we took an interest in was Sandra was doing. We all became good friends.
Mulroney was also a member of teams from Saskatchewan which vied to represent Canada in the Olympics in both 1998 and 2002.
Mulroney was a member of that delegation.
When Saskatoon hosted the Brier again in 2000, Mulroney and Laughren both served as vice presidents.
"Pancake Bay was where Puma Shoes Offers she grew up, about half a mile from our home," Laughren said. "We got into this with another couple a while back because we realized she probably would not survive the cancer and this was where she wanted to be."for curling," Laughren said. "She loved to run. She could run forever. But curling was her passion."
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But she devoted much of her time to curling later in life, becoming one of the most successful players to come from the area.
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Terry Laughren estimates that his wife, Sandra Mulroney, had "thousands of friends."
After living in Saskatoon for several years, the couple maintained a home in Arizona for five.
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That passion helped bring Mulroney and Laughren together.
As the Sault was set to host the event the next year, a delegation from the city visited Saskatoon.
"She even has friends she doesn't know," Laughren said. "They were her fans through curling, people who were drawn to her because of the energy she had.
Terry Scott is vice chair of hosting for the committee bringing the Tournament of Hearts to the Sault in 2010.
Sandra Randa, chair of the 2010 host committee, also worked in the human resources department when Mulroney was hired.
Mulroney, born in Sault Ste. Marie and a graduate of White Pines Collegiate, was an accomplished athlete in several sports and was named the city's female athlete of the year in 1983.
They were married for 14 years. Mulroney is also survived by stepsons Jeremy and Curtis Laughren.
Laughren, a native of Saskatoon, is a former competitive curler himself and was president of the committee overseeing the Labatt Brier national men's championship when it came to his hometown in 1989.
Sault General Hospital when Mulroney joined the staff as an occupational therapist.
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"We even went to watch her in the Scotties, in 1996."
Mulroney helped Saskatchewan reach the finals of the 2002 nationals. Her rink, skipped by Sherry Anderson and rounded out by Kim Hodson and Donna Gignac, lost out to the Team Canada entry skipped by Colleen Jones.
She was one of two female curlers in Canada who qualified through competition to compete in each of the first three Olympic trials. One of her teams was runner up in 2001.
After moving to Saskatoon in 1989, the daughter of Joe and Yvonne Mulroney became a member of the Saskatchewan women's team and represented the province at the Scott Tournament of Hearts national championship in 1996, 2002 and 2004.
"That's how we met, the week of the Brier in Saskatoon," Laughren said.
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