Sandra Johnson Head

Sandra Johnson Head, 74, of League City, Texas, entered the gates of Heaven, peacefully, surrounded by family while at her home, on May 6, 2022. She was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother “Gana”, sister, aunt, cousin and friend.

She was born October 17, 1947 to Sidney and Lydia Johnson in Orange, Texas. Sandra graduated from Little Cypress High School in 1965 and earned a degree in Real Estate from Lamar University. Shortly after high school, Sandra married John C. Head and had two daughters, Lisa and Lesleigh.

She spent the first half of her career in Orange working alongside her father in the family business. Sandra held board positions in the Orange real estate community, including being appointed Regional V.P. of Texas Association of Realtors and the Trustee for the Texas Real Estate Commission Political Action Committee.

Sandra and John relocated to the Clear Lake area in 1990 where she spent the next several decades with her REMAX Space Center family. Sandra also enjoyed her years serving on the board for Interfaith Christian Ministries and the time she devoted to their food pantry.

Real estate was her life’s work, but family was her life’s joy.  Sandra loved spending time with her family, especially in Florida and Galveston during the summers.  She was always present in the lives of her loved ones, be it near or far. Sandra’s grandkids loved their “Gana” and appreciated her efforts to always stay connected with them. She loved the beach, the smell of salt air, birdwatching, traveling, baseball and basketball and enjoyed it even more with her family present.

Sandra was a strong woman with a huge heart and always let you know where you stood. She worked hard and loved harder.

Sandra was preceded in death by her parents, Sid and Lydia Johnson and her younger sister, June Alice Johnson. She leaves behind her husband, John C Head of League City, her daughter Lisa Lormand and husband John, her daughter Lesleigh Fuller and husband Nick all from League City, grandchildren Lydia Lormand, Laurel Lormand, Reagan Smith, Chandler Fuller of League City and Kayla Fuller, her sister Sherry Johnson Molina and husband Robert of Webster, Texas, her niece Melanie Karr and nephew Randall Bridges, their families, and other cousins.

A memorial service will be held for Sandra Head on May 17, 2022 at 2:00 pm at Bay Harbour United Methodist Church, located in League City, Texas.


  1. I was so sorry to hear about Sandra. She will be missed by her family and friends. She was a person who always made you feel special. She had such a talent to make you laugh. I always said she could have been a stand up comedian. I truly hope Sandra’s family can relish the time you have had with such a caring individual. Best wishes to the family as you grieve for her.

    Linda Tiger DeBlanc
  2. I am so sorry to hear about Sandra. We met in the beginning of my real estate career at Coldwell Banker. Her mentorship and kindness has stayed with me all these years. We also worked together at RE/MAX Space Center for many years. She made everyone around her feel seen and important. Keeping her family in my prayers.

    Pam Woodworth
  3. I remember working on real estate transactions with Sandra. She was always a joy! I am so sorry to hear of her passing. She will be missed greatly.

    Norman Frenk
  4. I worked with Sandra in the early 2000’s. Such a joyful lady. She will be missed.

    Lisa Adams
  5. So sorry to hear about Sandra’s passing. I am sorry Alvin and I couldn’t get to see
    her and Johnny more often. I remember from years ago family get togethers
    in Orange. You will be missed . Love to all the family and our prayers are
    with you now as you grieve. Know she is with Sid and Lydia and June.

    Carol Johnson, Jeffrey Johnson, Jennifer Johnson and Tyler.

    Carol Johnson
  6. I was so sad to see this about Sandra. She was a wonderful realtor and later an inspiration for me to get my license. She will be greatly missed.

    Kristi Johanson
  7. Sandra was the consummate professional in her work and I learned much from her as a colleague and friend over the years. One could always seek her advice and know it was accurate. Sandra had such an easy way about her but you always knew where she stood on the matter at hand. We will truly miss her but know Heaven has a special place for Sandra.

    Judy and John Rummel
  8. I am so sorry to hear about Sandra’s passing! I can only wish her family my condolences. I know she will be greatly missed.

    Ann Davidson

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