Sandi is a native-born Texan, transplanted to Utah in 1979, via Southern California. Her family includes three grown sons, three cats, two “grand dogs” and one “grand cat.” She is well-known as a fantastic cook and has a green thumb envied by many. Her home resembles a tropical jungle and she happily shares starts with anyone who asks.
While her boys were growing up she was involved with the PTA, directed school plays, and served on the Community Council for George Washington High School and Ogden City School District. She was constantly instilling the flame of higher education and planning a better future for her kids.
Once her children graduated, she went back to school at Ogden-Weber Technical College and graduated as a member of the National Technical Honor Society. During her clinical training, she worked at the Seager Memorial Clinic at the Ogden Rescue Mission, helping to provide medical services to the underprivileged and homeless. She was lucky enough to be included on a committee initiated in part, by the Utah Surgical Society, in the planning stages of a study of homeless diabetics. She proudly achieved the title, Certified Medical Assistant (American Association of Medical Assistants). Her clinical background gives her a unique perspective on the health concerns and needs of our wonderful clients.
Sandi is active in her local church, which offers many programs for people in need, and volunteers in their community outreach special events.
Sandi enjoys helping our clients dealing with any kind of insurance, but she holds a special place in her heart for the elderly.