Sandra Lea Cochran, age 63, of Vilonia, Arkansas passed away on Friday, October 8, 2021. She was born on September 25, 1958 in Vancouver, Canada.
She is preceded in death by her mother; and her grandparents.
Sandra is survived by her husband of 14 years, Bryant Cochran; children Amanda, Tracy, and Kathleen; five grandchildren; and four great grandchildren.
Sandra loved gardening, riding motorcycles, needle work, leather work, and painting.
Arrangements are under the trusted direction of A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas, 72076. 501-982-3400.
She was a joy to work with and will be truly missed.
Sandy, we loved you and were so happy to have you as part of our team. You truly cared for your coworkers and always did your very best to help the office in any way you could. There were so many times you brightened my day with your wit and kindness. We will miss you very much. Bryant, you are in our prayers, as is your family.
SWEET HARD WORKING LADY , REST IN PEACE! YOU WILL BE MISSED!
She was so kind and mindful
YOU WILL BE MISSED . PRAYERS FOR THE FAMILY
My condolences to the family
Sandy was a bright point on a weary work day, always made me laugh and that lightens any load. Smart, compassionate, and witty, and I will miss her so, so much.
Sandy, Rest in Peace you have earned it. Know that my Heart is bigger for having you in my life. I will Miss you and one day we will see each other again, Thank You for being my Friend.
My mom truly was amazing thank u for the kind words
Working with Sandy was truly a blessing. She was always willing to lend a helping hand. I will miss her and want to extend my sympathies to the entire family for your loss.
Thank u so much for such kind words
Rest in Peace Mrs. Sandy.. You’re gentle heart and spirit will be missed.. Praying for you Mr. Bryant..
Mrs. Sandy you was a joy to have around in my life and I appreciate every words of encouragement you would give me every time we would talk and how excited you always were to see me. I wish I got to say goodbye to you. You was a blessing in my life. Thank you for everything. Hope to meet you again to hear your words and stories once more.
Thank u for such kind words about my mom ty do much
I want to thank you all for your beautiful kind words my mom truly was a amazing woman she did so many cool things in life she even drove her own stalk car for a few years. Back in Alberta an British Columbia are all of us kids, grandkids, and great grandkids. My mom was to young and it truly was a gift to have her the 46 years I did, I love you mommy now and forever. 1 thing I will always cherish is the most amazing trip I had from Alberta to Littlerock back in 2011 my mom and daddy were so cool 10 amazing days with the two most amazing people in my life. Some reason when my mom hugged me at the airport good bye its almost like we held each other forever like she knew it would be our last hug. My mom was my took my best friend and I will never forget her beautiful smile her laugh and her love. I love u mom I miss u so much see u on the other side xoxo
From Maple Ridge BC Canada
I’m sorry for your loss.
Sandy you will be missed and prayers to Brian and the Family You were loved by many and friends and yes I’ll see you as well someday.