In Memory

Sandra Davis (Flohrschutz)

HOLTON- Sandra Flohrschutz, 76, of Holton, KS, formerly of Denison, passed away Wednesday, October 21, 2020 at Holton Community Hospital. She was born May 13, 1944 in Topeka, KS, the daughter of John and Luana (Logan) Davis.

Sandra graduated from Topeka West High School and graduated from Washburn University after 4 years with an Accounting Degree.

Sandra was a stewardess for Pan Am for 10 years and for 5 years she was the Office Manager for B &P Propane and Knotty Pine Oil Company. Sandra also worked for the City of Denison and helped with accounting for several small business in the area.

She was a member of Lakeview Faith Chapel.

Sandra married Barry Flohrschutz on May 19, 1974 in Topeka. They celebrated over 46 years of marriage.

Survivors include her husband, Barry of the home; a son, Willie Flohrschutz (Liz Goebel) of Shawnee, KS; sister, Debbie Harrod of Topeka, KS; 2 brothers, John Davis and Franklin Benge both of Topeka, KS and 3 grandchildren, Seth Dougan, Brayden Goebel-Lyons and Roman Flohrschutz.

She was preceded in death by her father, John Davis; mother, Luana Benge and step-father, Franklin “Speck” Benge.

Memorial Service/ Celebration of Life will be 10:30 a.m., Saturday, November 7, 2020 at the Mercer Funeral Home in Holton. Memorials may be given to the Lakeview Faith Chapel or Heart of Jackson Humane Society c/o Mercer Funeral Home, P.O. Box 270, Holton, KS 66436. 



 
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10/26/20 09:58 AM #1    

Diann R. Edwards (Arbuthnot)

So sorry to hear of Sandy's passing.  She was a friend and classmate when she and I attended Topeka High School.  Many good years were spent together until she transferred to Topeka West.  May you rest in peace Sandy and know you will be loved and missed.


10/26/20 11:41 AM #2    

Roseann Sams (Gish)

I am so sorry to hear of her passing. She was a fun loving lady and I admired her work ethic. We became friends at Capper and that continued through Topeka West. I will miss having lunch with her these last few years. I feel she is in peace now. Rest in heaven, Sandy. 


10/26/20 01:31 PM #3    

Bruce F. McCollom

She was a wonderful person and classmate at Capper, THS & TWHS! May she rest in peace.

Bruce McCollom


10/26/20 04:09 PM #4    

Kathlyn Hogue (Parker-Rodriguez)

SSandy Waas so much fun! I will miss her being on tis earth. My thoughts and prayers go toall her family and friends. The earth is diminished by her absence. Peace, Sandy.


10/27/20 11:22 AM #5    

Bill Reed

I'll miss Sandy, a quick wit, plain speaking and a nice person.  One time at a Reunion she shared some thoughts with me from her PanAm days - she told me she volunteered for 'rotator flights" into and out of VietNam and she really enjoyed those flights, she said the flight homebound were the best.  sometimes really boisterous for awhile and then things would quiet down and a feeling of peace would come over the soldiers, marines, and airman as they slept in Peace.  She was proud to accompany them home.   she's struggled the last few years with health issues but she's with her Lord, Son and the Holy Spirit.  RIP Sandy  Bill

 


10/27/20 07:32 PM #6    

Rosemary E. McGirr (Smith)

 

Barry, my sincere and deepest sympathy to you and your family in this loss of your lovely Sandy, yes we were class mates at THS. I was widowed in March so yes I have walked in your shoes.. Sandy was special, a good friend in class.. I am still to Grace UM church although not attending at this time in lockdown at home here in Topeka. We had a lot of good times at Grace, I have seen your sister and Bobby in the last few years, God bless you. 

Rosemar McGirr Smith


10/28/20 02:36 PM #7    

John E. (Ted) Pilcher, Jr

Sandy will be missed by many of us, so very sorry to learn of her passing. She had a great wit and was a fuuny and enjoyable person to be with. R.I.P. Sandy.


11/02/20 01:42 PM #8    

Janet (Jan) Constable (Leach)

Sandy was one of my dearest friends in high school.  For those of us who remember we traveled to TWHS for the assembly when Sandy was Queen of Courts.  Of course someone spotted us and reported us.  Some got caught but I did not.  Lol!!  She was loved by many and she loved her friends.  I will miss her very much.  I know she is happy in heaven without any health problems.  This is where she has wanted to be for a long time.


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