Friends and family have shared their relationship to show their support.
How do you know Dora Mae (Flagg) Sandlin?
We are sorry for your loss.
Help others honor Dora Mae's memory.
Coping with Grief
We would like to offer our sincere support to anyone coping with grief. Enter
your email below for our complimentary daily grief messages. Messages run for up to one year and you
can stop at any time. Your email will not be used for any other purpose.
Dora Mae (Flagg) Sandlin
December 12, 1936 ~ July 4, 2022 (age 85) 85 Years Old
1 Tree, Flower, or Condolence has been shared with support of Dora Mae's family - View on Tribute Wall
Servant of God, well done; rest from thy love employ; The battles fought, the victory won, enter into thy
Masters joy. EVANGELIST DORA MAE FLAGG SANDLIN on December 12, 1936, in Pahokee, Florida the joy of life of Dora Mae
Flagg-Sandlin was given to the late Willie Flagg and Willie B. McNeil-Flagg. She attended Rosenwald Elementary
School in Pahokee. Florida.
EVANGELIST FLAGG-SANDLIN was united in holy matrimony to the late Deacon Leo Sandlin Jr. on March 4, 1956.
They were blessed with eight children. She received the Lord as her personal savior at a very early age. She joined.
Greater Faith on 13th Street Church of God in Ft. Pierce, Florida under the leadership of the late Bishop Lafleur.
She was also a member of Full Gospel Church of Deliverance where Bishop John Taylor is the pastor.
EVANGELIST FLAGG-SANDLIN later moved to Ft. Worth, Texas in 1995 she joined Lighthouse Church of God where
the late Pastor Alvin Dexter Sandlin was Pastor. Later she became a member serving on the Mothers Board of
Greater Love Chapel Church of God in Christ under the leadership of Bishop Jimmy W. Glenn Sr. until her
EVANGELIST FLAGG-SANDLIN was employed for over 25 years at Tree Sweet Company she was also in the
healthcare field. She was also the proud owner of Dora's Hats & Fashion
On Monday, July 4, 2022, the angels of the Lord summoned EVANGELIST DORA MAE FLAGG-SANDLIN to a better
place where pain and suffering shall be no more.
EVANGELIST FLAGG-SANDLIN was preceded in death by her Parents: Willie Flagg and Willie B. McNeil-Flagg:
Husband: Deacon Leo Sandlin Jr.; Brothers: James Willie Flagg, Charles Flagg, Roosevelt Flagg, Eugene Flagg
and Albert Flagg; Sisters: Beulah Flagg-Bryant, Glady Flagg-Lee, Betty Flagg-Younger and Willie Mae Flagg;
Sons: Samuel Sandlin and Alvin Dexter Sandlin
Left to cherish her memories and hold them close to their hearts are: Sons: Lawrence F. Sandlin Kenneth
(Janice) Sandlin, Rubin L. (Sharon) Sandlin, Leo A Sandlin III and Quannezz D. Sandlin; Daughters:
Deandra D. Sandlin and Jennifer Hall; Daughters-in-law: Francis Sandlin and Montrice Sandlin; Brother:
Jimmy (Mary) Flagg; Grandchildren: Laveda Harper Lawrence, Sandlin Jr., Devon Sandlin, Samuel
Sandlin Jr, Amanda Sandlin, Chauncey Sandlimn, Shawn Mackey, Adrian Sandlin, Francis Smith, Becky
Sandlin, Robert Adderly, Ronnie Adderly, Zanobia Adderly, Lovie Sandlin, Aaron Sandlin, Amber
Sandlin, Hannah Sandlin, Omar Hall, Imani Hall, Rubin Sandlin Jr., Ryan Sandlin, Ethan Sandin, TJ
Sandlin, and Julia Brown; 38 Great Grandchildren; a host of Great-great Grandchildren, Godchildren:
Joyce Ingram, Harris Freeman, Cynthia White, Lisa Sandlin, and Renee Noble; Special Son and
Daughter: Minister Kenny Woulard and Prophetess Carolyn Woulard; and a host of nieces, nephews,
great nieces, great nephews, cousins, family and friends that will truly miss her.