Sandra Denise Freeman

June 30, 2021
Sandra Denise Freeman

Sandra “Sandy” Denise Freeman, 57, of Williamsburg, VA passed away on June 30, 2021.
Sandy will be cherished in memory by her husband, Paul Stedman Hooks; sons, Erik Glenn Bugg and Jamie Hooks (Darci); siblings, Jeff, Georgia, Gayle, Allen (Kelly) and Renee; grandchildren, Bretten, Caiden, Josi and Zeri; nieces and nephews, Alicia, Sabrina Denise, Jasen, John, Ben, Cody, Amy, Paige, Cassandra, Tohlig, Brandon, Preston and Kolton and several great nieces and nephews.
Sandy was an Accounts Manager with Williamsburg Ford. She had a great work ethic and was dedicated to many causes. She was a loving wife, mother, sister, auntie and friend. Sandy loved the beach, playing games, watching movies and loved to read.
Sandy and her infectious laugh will be forever missed by all that were blessed with her in their lives.
In lieu of flowers please consider making donations in Sandy’s name to Toys for Tots (Bike-a-thon) or Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.


Purchase Flowers

Subscribe to this Obituary

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Tribute Wall

Please feel free to sign the guestbook or share a memory



Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


  • July 07, 2021
    George Bugg says:
    We shared many laughs and memories in OBX!!!

  • July 08, 2021
    Georgia Peters says:
    I’m am heartbroken from the loss of my sister. I have found comfort in this poem by Anna Williams If you see a sunset, It’s me, smiling from behind it. If I go away far, and you see a star if you find it, I’m inside it. I will miss her always but I will see her in every sunset and star and when I hear the wind I will know she is near.

  • July 20, 2021
    Rhoda Renee Bugg says:
    Sandy was my big sister. I've spent the last few weeks thinking about her everyday. Although I haven't been in her life much through the years- I already miss her. Mostly her laugh!! Out of all of us kids, her laugh was different from the rest of us! She would remind us often that she was the beautiful one (she also let us know that she was Mom's favorite) they're probably sitting together reading a book as I speak!!! I'm sad for myself and the people that love her!! I find comfort and believing that I will see her again one day...