Sandi Levinson | My strength, My hero

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  1. Like Carol Flammer said, I hope my sons feel the same way about me as you feel about your mom. This is a beautiful tribute to a great lady. Your mom worked for United and my dad worked for TWA, so I totally get the wonderful life you grew up in having free airline tickets anywhere you wanted to go. First class upgrades cost $10 back then and there was always space. Ah…those were the days! But, that shaped me and I can see shaped you into the adventurous and fun person you are today. My folks are both gone now, so I can truly say I feel your pain but you will always carry your mom with you and your kids will too.
    Take Care.

  2. Bev Glore says:

    I just found out today that Sandi passed away. She and I worked together at United and retired at the same time. She had such a sweet spirit, and I always knew she would listen and take my concerns to heart. It was truly a blessing to me to have her as my supervisor.

    I’m sorry for your loss. May the memories you have of her bring comfort to you and your family.

  1. February 10, 2011

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