Sandy entered this world in Oklahoma City, OK, on December 11, 1948, and left the world a much better place on March 11, 2022. She was born to Virginia Palmer and Kenneth Lott, both deceased. Between the dates of her birth and her death, she led a remarkable life. Her entire life was devoted to creating beauty and spreading love. Nearly every person she knew, and there were an untold number, became a best friend. Professionally she was an Interior Designer extraordinaire, owning and operating SCI Design, Inc. Her talents were second to none. Commercially, among her accomplishments, she designed offices, including many dental clinics, assisted living centers, the auditorium at Rose State College, churches and even a prison. She beautified a countless number of homes, leaving clients in awe of her work. Quite literally, she could not walk into a room she had not designed without thinking to herself how she could make it better. She was a master at colors, fabrics, creating furniture and design, having to know the effect of light and sound, and intertwine her creations in accordance with all health, fire and safety codes. In addition to the acclaim of her work by her clients, she was also acclaimed by her peers, serving on many boards and commissions of the Association of Interior Designers (ASID), serving two terms as president of the Oklahoma chapter of ASID and a number of years on the National Board of ASID. She was a devout Christian and devoted to her church, St. Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal, where she headed and served on the Design Committee and was a Daughter of the King. She read the Bible daily, and constantly passed on to her husband, family and others bits of scripture that helped them in their daily lives. She faithfully attended Bible Study Fellowship, a multi-year program of Bible study, having taken all the courses. Her outer beauty was surpassed only by her inner beauty. Her grace, warmth, charm, love of people and kindness caused so many people to gravitate toward her, and had nothing but positive effects on all she met, particularly those who knew her best. She had a magical ability to make all who knew her better people. She was Mom or Mummers to her children, Shane Montgomery, Jamie Conerly and DJ Karasek, Sandy to husband Bill and his children, Lisa Matson, Katie Moran and Tricia Spivey, and Meme to all grandchildren, Kailyn Karasek, Ethan Trammell, Harrison Powell, Caroline Powell, Cayman Matson, Jett Matson, Ethan Moran, Ella Moran, Beckett Moran, Sophie Moran, Clare Spivey, Emma Spivey and Sam Spivey, each of whom survive her, and to all the many friends. She is also survived by her brother Bob and his children, April and Maddie, and numerous cousins. Bill has expressed on many particularly recent occasions how honored, blessed and grateful he was to have been her husband. We would be remiss if we failed to mention her love for her animals. She was literally a mother to her Malteses. She left three behind to be raised by Bill. Of course, those of you who knew her best know that her all-time favorite was Blondie. The family is extremely grateful to her oncologist, Dr. Craig Reitz, who went above and beyond the call of duty in attending to and nurturing Sandy and who became a friend as well as her doctor, and his nurse Jen, who took so many phone calls over the last several months and returned every one, and all other nurses and assistants at Mercy Oncology who provided loving care and professional assistance. Though she is missed beyond words, and the hurt will linger for a long time, her family and friends take solace in knowing that she is now without pain and resting in the arms of God. The family requests that if anyone would want to donate in Sandy's name to send flowers to St. Augustine Episcopal Church or make a donation to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. A celebration of Sandy's life will be held at St. Augustine of Canterbury Church on Thursday, March 24, 2022, at 11:00 A.M.