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Jen Kinsey

She was on my very first flight as a flight attendant fresh out of training in 2004. Made the day fun and helped ease my stress! She got me to give my number to a cute passenger in the exit row! Told me to write it on a napkin and wrap the napkin around Biscoff cookies.

Carole Lang

This is the Year I was going to buy American Girl Doll for my granddaughter Olivia. I remember the layover in Chicago Sandy and I had 2 days before Christmas. One of her nieces needed glasses and one other little thing for her doll. Sandy had the whole crew stand in the lines while she retrieved the necessary items. She loved her family so so much. I loved all the stories

Jeanne Linkul

You will be missed Luv you jeanne linkul

Carole Lang

Sandy and I buddy bid for 8 years. We laughed so hard all the time. Sandi and I had our first Apple Martinis together in Chicago and till this day we still can not stand the smell. I have so many precious memories. She had the biggest heart and sweetest soul. She was there for my son Phillip when he was on his death bed. I love you Sandra and will miss you so very much. I know you are with your Mom and Dad as you missed them so much.

Sandra Ozment


Sandra “Sandy” Lynne Ozment, 63, was a loving daughter, sister, beloved aunt, cousin, and friend.

With a heart of gold, she accepted and welcomed everyone for their uniqueness, and lived a life full of fun and laughter with sand between her toes.

She went to be with her Lord and Savior on November 2, 2023 after a lengthy and hard-fought illness that she met daily with a positive attitude and humor.

Born December 19, 1959, in Chattanooga, TN, she was preceded in death by her loving parents, Willa Maye “Angel” Ozment and Frederick M. Ozment, Jr., of Newnan, GA (formerly of Chattanooga, TN), and her fur babies… Cabot, Bella, and Calli.

Sandra lived her dream life at the beaches of Daytona and Fernandina as a flight attendant for 25+ years with Southwest Airlines (formerly AirTran).

Survivors include her sisters Susan Hargis (Dolph), Sherry Cook (Charles), six nieces and four nephews, along with four great nephews and nieces, many loving cousins, and her beloved fur baby, Salty the cat.

A private ceremony will be held later to release her ashes into the sea.


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