Sandy & Jimmy Pitts
Sandy - Vocals
Favorite verse - Philippians 4:6
I was born in Duluth, Ga. And raised in Mableton. Graduated from Pebblebrook High School and attended Georgia State University. God is good and I have worked for the same company since 1987.
I was saved on a Sunday night at Bolton Baptist Church in Atlanta when I was 9 years old under the preaching of Rev. Billy Norrell.
I am married to Jimmy Pitts and we
live in Dallas, Ga. We have one daughter, Ashley and had the privilege of raising our niece, Amanda, when her parents went to be with The Lord. Amanda has two sons, Brett and Lucas.
Listening to old albums, camping, reading, roller coasters amend family game nights are things I enjoy.
My Dad, Fred Gragg, played with The Samaritans and they would allow me to sing a song. At 8 years old I became their bass player and learn to sing harmony. My Dad formed The Waymaker's and my childhood was in churches, auditoriums, fairs, TV stations and studios.
God has allowed me to teach Sunday school, work with youth and be a part of local groups throughout the years.
The Original Hinsons, The Happy Goodman Family and the harmony of Wendy Bagwell and the Sunliters continue to inspire me.
In 2014, I filled in with Second Coming several times and in 2015 the opportunity became available on vocals. August, 2015 I became part of Second Coming. I am so excited for this awesome opportunity to worship with so many of God's children and share Jesus with those who need His touch and love.
I was born and raised in LaGrange, Ga., graduated from Troup High School, moved to Marietta, Ga. in 1978 to attend Southern Tech. It was during this time I met the love of my life and best friend, Sandy. We were married a year to the day later.
Favorite verse- Romans 8:28
I accepted The Lord as a teen and He watched over and guided me even when I let Him down.
My hobbies are archery, ( I make my own archery equipment), hunting, fishing and camping.
While traveling with Second Coming I am blessed with their fellowship and I help with unload, set-up, take down and reload. In between, I get to share my Lord with others.