Sandra Kay McCormick gained her wings and flew on to be at peace on October 30, 2021 in Fort Worth, Texas. She blessed this earth and her parents, James and Hazel Ferguson on May 1, 1943.
Sandra was born in Indianapolis, Indiana and later moved with her family to Columbus, Ohio. She married William Harmon Floyd; and to that union had two sons. Later, she made her forever home in Texas; and joined hands with Ernest McCormick.
Sandra’s story was filled with broken pieces and major comebacks. She was real, imperfect, compassionate, strong, feisty, beautiful, and selfless with a bit of sass, lots of soul, and an adventurous spirit. With her whole heart she was incredibly proud of her Native American heritage; as well as her Pentecostal Christian upbringing. Sandra enjoyed fishing, music (most especially hymns), old westerns, and camping. She was the very best Grandma. May remembrance of her qualities and friendship soften your sadness and cherished memories bring you comfort and surround your grieving hearts.
Sandra’s spirit is carried on by those she loved so beautifully that it occupied her heart and soul: Siblings, Maggie, James, Ginger, Lily, and Becky; two sons, Billy and Jack; four grandchildren, James (D’Lisa) Floyd, Jack Jr., Topanga, and Derek of the United States Marine Corps (an accomplishment in which she was so incredibly proud); daughter-in-law, Cassie Morton; special friend, Betty Harris; as well as a blessing of wonderful nieces and nephews.
Grandma Sandy had a heart full of love for some of the spunkiest, orneriest, most beautiful great grandbabies: Addison, Kimberlyn, Braedyn, Jaycee, and Siris.
Thank you for being a part of her journey.
Those that left her journey too soon and welcomed her home: Her beloved husband, Ernest; her parents, James and Hazel; sisters, Jean, Peggy, Annie, Minti, and Nina; and her precious granddaughter, Tasha.
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