Kasandra "Sandy" Ann Trahan

January 22, 1974 ~ March 30, 2022

Kasandra “Sandy” Ann Trahan, 48, of Carlyss passed away on Wednesday, March 30, 2022, in Lake Charles.

Sandy was a graduate of Sulphur High School Class of 1992; she earned her Licensed Practical Nursing degree from Sowela Technical Community College. Sandy absolutely loved her career in nursing, she was employed with Urgent Care of Lake Charles. She was a member of Maplewood First Baptist Church. Sandy loved camping, fishing, cooking, entertaining for family and friends, and was an avid Dallas Cowboy fan. Family was most important to Sandy; her grandchildren were her world, and she cherished every moment spent with them.  She will be remembered for her vibrant personality and gift of never meeting a stranger, contagious smile that lit up a room, and being a loving wife, mother, sister, and grandmother.

Left to cherish her memory are her husband, Dave Trahan of Carlyss; two daughters. Brittany Jacobs and her husband Nicholas of Sulphur, and Kristen Bellon of Sulphur; grandchildren, Braylin, Gracelynn, Nash, Amara, and Talia Jacobs, and Scarlett Bellon, with one more on the way; sisters, Kristi Lyons and her husband Kevin of Sulphur; Jennifer Petrikat and husband Chad of Pearland, Texas; brother John Toups, Jr. and husband, Tim of New York; and her stepmother, Gertie Toups.

She was preceded in death by her parents, John Toups, Sr. and Kathy Kelley; and brother, David Toups.

Funeral Services honoring Sandy will be held at 10 AM, Saturday, April 2, 2022, at Johnson & Robison Funeral Home of Sulphur. Reverend Jeremy Blocker will officiate. Visitation will be held at the funeral home 3pm – 8pm on Friday, April 1, 2022, and will resume at 8am- until time of service on Saturday. 

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  1. I remember us walking to school everyday in high school. Omg the memories. Then working together as nurses. You are loved and will be missed greatly. Praying for your family

  2. May blessings and love be cast over your family in this time of grievance. Mrs. B, you taught me and many others how to become trained medical assistants at Unitech Training Academy. You brought in your nursing skills and placed the mark on some of us. You were as vibrant and professional as they come. Thank you for your cheerful attitude and gracefulnesses. You will be missed. 

  3. I will forever remember Sandy with her sweet and tender loving heart and timid smile. She was and always will be loved by all who met her and knew her. Let us pray for healing and comfort for her family and friends. Without a doubt we will meet again and we will enjoy the smile that is temporarily out of sight but never out of mind.

  4. Sandy was an amazing woman. She was always smiling and loving life. Her laugh was infectious. She was such a great friend and coworker. Miss her already. Love you so big Sandy. Fly High beautiful angel.

  5. So very sad to hear of this tragic loss of a beautiful life. I was so happy to see the happiness She and David had for each other. I was looking forward to meeting you on my next trip home.
    Fly high sweet lady.
    Take care of Dave from above.

  6. To the family may God give you the strength to carry you through in your time of need.

    Chaplin Anthony Brown

  7. My heart is so broken. I don't know how to express my love and condolences to Dave. her girls and her siblings. She will be forever missed.

  8. Beautifullest sweetest woman I’ve ever met , I’m breaking to pieces , but it’s forever “SANDY”. Rih your wings  were ready but our hearts were not.
    Class of 2016 

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