Sandra Floy HittAge: 67 years1940–2008
- Sandra Floy Hitt
|Birth|| July 3, 1940 29 26|
|Birth of a brother||William Bruce Hitt|
September 21, 1950 (Age 10 years)
|Death of a maternal grandmother||Floy G Langford|
May 17, 1967 (Age 26 years)
|Death of a paternal grandfather||Joel Reuben Hitt|
July 22, 1967 (Age 27 years)
|Death of a brother||William Bruce Hitt|
June 22, 1968 (Age 27 years)
|Death of a paternal grandmother||Elizabeth Margania Robertson|
April 1, 1983 (Age 42 years)
|Death of a mother||Dorothy Marie Maxwell|
March 22, 1991 (Age 50 years)
|Death of a father||Bruce Owen Hitt|
September 12, 1998 (Age 58 years)
|Death|| May 7, 2008 (Age 67 years)|
|Burial|| May 9, 2008 (2 days after death)|
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Bruce Owen Hitt
Birth: September 8, 1910 35 25 — Goss, Marion County, MS, USA
Death: September 12, 1998 — Jackson Hinds MS USA
Dorothy Marie Maxwell
Birth: November 6, 1913 17 24 — Lena, Leake, Mississippi
Death: March 22, 1991 — Jackson, Hinds, Mississippi, USA
William Bruce Hitt
Birth: September 21, 1950 40 36 — Greenville, Washington County, MS, USA
Death: June 22, 1968 — Mississippi, USA
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Obituary Published in the Clarion Ledger on 5/9/2008.
Mascagni, Sandra Hitt
Sandra Hitt Mascagni, 67, passed to Heaven on Tuesday, May 6, 2008, with her long time companion, Bobbie Ivey by her side. Family and friends had been with Sandra throughout the day, each giving testi mony to what a wonderful, giving Christian she was.
Sandra was born July 3, 1940, in Monroe, Louisiana, growing up in Greenville, Mississippi, Sandra stated many times she had an "awesome" childhood, being raised by her parents, Bruce and Dot Hitt. Chi ldhood (life) friends described Sandra as being loyal and faithful, leading her life in such a way that was pleasing to God. Sandra endured cancer seven times during her life, never complaining, throu gh the horrific times which she suffered. She inspired others through her never-ending faith.
Sandra was a very accomplished dancer, having been taught by Frances Hickman throughout her life, an athlete and a great musician. She was Ms. Greenville in 1958, a member of Kappa Delta Sorority at S outhern Miss, a Dixie Darling, marching in the Southern Miss Homecoming games for the past 16 years, captain for two years, member of the Dixie Darling Alumina Association, cheerleader at Greenville H igh, Homecoming maid.
Sandra was very instrumental in the development of young girls at Southern Charm, school of modeling, which she owned, guiding them into various pageants, to include Miss Greenville and Miss Mississip pi.
Sandra is survived by her life companion, Bobbie Ivey of Lake Village, AR; her son, Todd Mascagni of Lena, Mississippi, daughter-in-law, Terry; grandsons, Garrett and Joshua; sister, Chere Stegall o f Jackson; extended family and a host of loving friends, deceased parents, Bruce (Big) Hitt and Dot Hitt, and brother, Bruce Hitt, Jr.
Please remember San for her courage, her Christian values and her love for others.
Visitation was from 5 to 7 p.m. yesterday at Bishop Funeral Home in Lake Village. Funeral services are 10:30 a.m. today at Lakeside United Methodist Church with Rev. Todd-Paul Taulbee officiating. Th e graveside service will be at 3:00 p.m. at Lena Cemetery in Lena, Mississippi. Arrangements are by Bishop Funeral Home of Lake Village.