Sandra L. Cook passed away on April 6, 2019 at the age of 73. She is survived by her daughter, Alexandra Poole, son in law Michael Poole, the light of her life Ryan Poole (grandson) as well as sisters Diana Elliot and Jill Anderson, brother in law Eldon Elliot, niece Anna Wilson and her family.
Sandy became a Pan Am flight attendant in 1973 and travelled the world. She loved sharing her collection of stories and experiences from all of the countries she visited and truly got to live out her dreams while flying.
Sandy was loved by all. She had a way of making any situation bright and would almost always bring the house down with laughter. Known to her family as one of the original “Wackettes”, she fit the bill. It was never a dull moment when she was involved and her contagious laughter was infamous.
Sandy will be remembered as a perfectly imperfect, kindhearted, fun, roaring good time of a person who cared for everyone around her. She was a beautiful soul who left this world too soon and we all miss her deeply.
Her celebration of life will be held this Saturday, April 13th at Cure of Ars Catholic Church at 1pm with a memorial dinner following at the home of Judi Moritz, 805 W 133rd Court, Kansas City, Missouri 64145 at 2:30pm.
In lieu of flowers, we are asking for donations in her name to Wayside Waifs as Sandy loved her furry friends! Please visit the link if you wish to donate:
Pan Am BFF ,Fox Island ,Washington
Don’t know where to start. So many awesome memories as we all lives our lives on parallel paths enjoying each other and life! Ups and downs and all over the planet, but always there to help and cheer you on if needed. Sandy really did pull me out of the roaring surf in Hawaii while we all lived there. Thank you Sandy!
Amazing sweet, kind, soul and I still feel you everywhere. Always my BFF and in my heart forever!! RIP my sweet friend. I will see you soon!
Friend ,Olathe ,Kansas
I’m so happy I was able to know her and spend time with her. Sandy was interesting, kind and fun to be around. I loved her Pan Am stories and all the laughs we shared. I loved her voice. We will miss you!
Cousin ,Denver ,Colorado
Sandy was so fun and vivacious! I loved her laugh and appreciated all her positive energy! She will be missed!