Sandra Carver Smith was born on April 25th, 1955, to Ella Mae Smith and Tom Earl McClain in Chicago, IL.
Sandra received her education from Douglas Elementary School, Bowen High School and Truman College School of Beauty Culture where she obtained her certificate in advanced cosmetology and then went on to obtain her cosmetology license in 1995. She worked in home care, customer service, and as a cosmetologist. She professed her belief in Christ at a young age and loved the Lord with all her heart.
Sandra married Jeffrey Brian Frimet on October 5th, 1974, but subsequently divorced in 1982. She met the love of her life Tom Pabon in 1985 and they had an amazing love affair until 2004. She then married her sweetheart William Joseph Hutton in Las Vegas, NV on June 25th, 2005, and was married until his death in July 24th, 2010.
Sandra was a proud mother of two daughters, Charlette Frimet-Conrado and Jan Elizabeth Villarubia. She also had a son, Jeffrey Brian Frimet Jr., who preceded her in death when he was a newborn. She and her girls were extremely close and were each other’s best friends. They were the “Three Musketeers”.
Sandra was a devoted mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, and friend. Sandra was a force to be reckoned with. She was a queen in her own right, a Diva, and a beautiful black inspiration to all around her. She was a fighter. She was funny, witty, smart, stubborn, and beautiful on the inside and out. She loved God and prayed for everyone all the time. She endured so many trials and tribulations in life but mastered each battle through her faith in Christ. She loved to travel and dance. She was very artistic and all though she was blind in one eye and deaf in one ear, she never let that hold her back or stop her from living life to the fullest.
Sandra moved from Chicago, IL to Las Vegas, NV to be closer to her daughter Charlette In 2003.
The Lord called her by name and on the afternoon of January 15th, 2022. Sandra Frimet-Hutton departed this life at the age of 66. She was surrounded by her family at the home of her youngest daughter, Jan Villarubia, in North Las Vegas, Nevada.
Cherishing her memory are her loving children Charlette Frimet-Conrado, Jan Elizabeth Villarubia, her son-in-law Carlitos Andreas Villarubia, her grandchildren Tiandra Janaya Meza-Rosado, James Alexander Meza, and Antonio Michael Meza, as well as her great grandchildren Elian Sean Guillermo Rosado, and Enzo Joseph Guillermo Rosado. She is survived by her siblings Violet Ware, Estelle Smith, Teddy Smith, Ronald Larry Smith, Carla Smith, and Chanese Smith, and a host of other family and friends who loved her. Sandra was preceded in death by her mother Ella Mae Smith and her siblings Charlette Smith, William Smith, Perry Smith, Gerald Smith, Loretta Griffin and Laerice McCoy