Sandra Lillie

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Sandra Rae Lillie, 60, of Houston, Texas, formerly of Hollywood, Florida and Massac County, took her last flight out at 5:50 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2019.

Sandra was born in Paducah, on March 2, 1959. She worked as a flight attendant for Continental Airlines in Houston. She later retired and lived in Hollywood. She was a member of Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Houston.

Sandra received an invitation to the grandest of all parties she could not turn down. Her brothers passed away at a young age along with her nephew and several grandparents she never met. Let the reunion start!

Survivors include her husband, Eduardo Diaz of Calvert, Kentucky; one daughter, Macy Marie Lillie Shaw of Orlando, Florida; her nieces and nephews, Audrey Brown, Tracy Walker, Darrell Lillie and Brent Lillie, all of Metropolis, Brian Lillie of Reidland, Kentucky, Teresa Lillie of Brooklyn, New York, Terry Durham of Dixon, Kentucky and Michael Flamini of Knoxville, Tennessee; many other great-nieces and nephews (In-laws); and two beautiful rescue dogs, Striker of Hollywood and Largo of Key Largo, Florida.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Edgar J. Lillie and Marie Losnegaard Lillie; three brothers, Milton (PG) Lillie, Raymond G. Lillie and Gary V. Lillie; and one nephew, Tony Rae Lillie.

Funeral service was held Saturday at Loftus-McManus Brookport Funeral Home with Pastor Tom "Terrific" Emmerson officiating.

Burial followed at Pell Cemetery. Pallbearers were Brian Lillie, Darrell Lillie, Blake Brown, Ryan Brown, Keaton Walker and Raymond Walker.

In lieu of flowers, Sandra requested memorial contributions be given to Temple Hill Veterans Memorial, c/o Vicki Watson, 3710 Hobbs Rd., Kevil, KY 42053.

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