Issue #11 – in the real world: Spotlight on Sandy Lee Eadie

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Sometimes patriotism isn’t about fighting in the trenches, sometimes it’s about what is done back at home after the devastation that war brings.Sandy Lee Eadie and her mother Donna Eadie have a very patriotic hobby; they make quilts for veterans.

Sandy is a native Las Vegan and the youngest of three children. She attended Cheyenne High School and enjoyed such extra-curricular activities as woodshop. Sandy works in production at TSI’s Spring Mountain site where she sews and makes cards.

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She is also the part time receptionist and has been with the company for 6 years. Sandy is always smiling and is a friendly person who people like and get along well with. She has been described by her supervisor as extremely helpful and considers Sometimes patriotism isn’t about fighting in the trenches, sometimes it’s about what is done back at home after the devastation that war brings.

Sandy Lee Eadie and her mother Donna Eadie have a very patriotic hobby; they make quilts for veterans.

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Sandy started making quilts at age 21 with her mother Donna who is a school teacher. Together they have been making their special quilts for veterans for a year and a half. She and her mother started making the quilts after seeing a story about a veteran on television that lost a limb. Each quilt takes about six hours to make. The quilts are donated to the veteran’s hospital and hospital personnel decide which veterans will receive the quilts. Sandy says “It makes me feel good inside, because I know that it’s for a good cause.  ’ She also told us that “The veterans are appreciative and are  very honored when they receive a quilt ”

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Kudos to Sandy and her mother for their patriotic contributions to our veterans

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