Sandra Flener Boren


Obituary Notice

Sandra Flener Boren, age 64 of Little Rock, died Tuesday, May 4, 2004. She was born on March 3, 1940 in Energy, Illinois to Ed and Pauline Flener. She was a graduate of Barnes School of Nursing, but will be remembered most for her over 15 years working as a real estate agent and broker in Fort Smith, Arkansas. "Mimi" as known by her grandchildren, was a devoted mother and grandmother who, without question, most enjoyed spending time with her family. 

She is survived by her husband of 41 years, M.G. "Chick" Boren along with two daughters, Kelly Boren Hogan and husband Bill of Ruston, Louisiana, Kim Boren Moody and husband Jay of Little Rock; four grandchildren, Taylor Christine and Natalie Claire Hogan, and Madison Elise and Hannah Neal Moody. 

There will be a funeral service Thursday, May 6, at 2:00 p.m., at St. James United Methodist Church, Little Rock, officiated by Reverend Guy Whitney. Burial will be Friday, May 7, at 12:00 noon at East Lawn Memorial Garden outside of Herrin, Illinois.  

Memorials in lieu of flowers should be made to St. James United Methodist Church or a church of ones choice.

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  • Debbie Daniel 
    Secretary/Arkansas Senate 
    Little Rock, Arkansas
  • Dearest Kim, Jay, Madison and Hannah, 
    You are in our thoughts and prayers during this time of grief. We will miss her dearly and cannot imagine your sadness. 
    With sympathy and love, Mike, Rachel, Michael and Carter
    Rachel and Mike Smith 
    Little Rock, Arkansas
  • Sandy was a very professional real estate agent and loved her work. She was liked by everyone in Fort Smith and she will be missed very much. She loved her family and talked about her girls all the time. She was a real friend! 
    Hazel B. Evans 
    Retired Realtor 
    Van Buren, Arkansas 
    Email: hazelevans@cox-internet 
  • Sandy what a dear friend who will be missed by all. Devoting many years to real estate in Fort Smith, she helped set the mold for a great REALTOR. She loved talking about her children Kim and Kelly and her wonderful four granddaughters. She loved working with Ruth Whitaker in Little Rock legislature as her aid. What a sad loss for her family, but what a wonderful way to go peacefully in her sleep.
    Karen LeRosen 
    Fort Smith, Arkansas
  • My condolences go out to your family in the loss of your mother. She was a kind and sweet spirit that will be missed. I pray you find hope in the midst of your sorrow and comfort in the midst of your pain. Please know that my thoughts are with you in this most difficult time.
    Sabrina Lewellen Johnson 
    Arkansas State Senate - Attorney/Analyst 
    Little Rock, Arkansas