SANDRA L. “SANDY” DELANCEY has lived in the Pasco area since 1972, and has been a permanent part-time contractor with Skipper & Skipper since 1999. Sandy has been married for more than 30 years. She has a diverse background in the law and elsewhere, which allows her to fill in where required, and also to take charge needed.
Sandy holds a current real estate broker license with a business, D-Land-C Real Estate, a cosmetology license, and she is one of the first females in Florida to obtain, and still maintains, a Florida State Residential Building Contractor license.
At S&S, Sandy fills many roles, but mostly serves in the probate administration division with Jamey. She became a Florida Registered Paralegal in the Summer of 2008, and can be reached at: Sandy@skiplaw.org
SHERRY JOINER has lived in Pasco County most of her life and is a graduate of Gulf High School. She is the youngest of five children, and she planned to continue the family business until joining Skipper & Skipper in October of 2000. The experiences of formerly being self-employed have been invaluable to Sherry as she organizes the day-to-day functions of a busy law firm. In addition to being the “organizer”, she drafts estate planning and real estate documents.
Sherry has been married for more than twenty-five years, and has two children. Her son, who has an advanced post high school degree, is employed with the county school system, and her daughter, likewise, is employed by Pasco County. The family loves the outdoors, camping, hunting, and competition fishing. When not engaged in those outdoor activities, Sherry somehow finds time to be an accomplished seamstress, as well.
Sherry became a Florida Registered Paralegal in the Summer of 2008, and she can be reached at: Sherry@skiplaw.org
JAMEY OSBORNE has been a resident of Florida for more than thirty years and has served the legal community for nearly all of that time. She has an Associates of Science degree in Business Administration from St. Petersburg Community College, and extensive experience in business law and taxation. She joined Skipper & Skipper in 2003 and put that education and those experiences to the test managing the firm’s activities, as well as heading up the probate and trust administration division.
Although she loves her work, music and dancing, her main interests are her family and travel. Her daughter, like mother, values a formal education, and holds a double major Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of South Florida. Jamey’s mother has been a Tampa Bay real estate agent for more than 25 years, specializing in real property located in Pasco County. Jamey’s mom is her best friend and travel partner, as they visit or cruise Alaska, Europe, and beyond. Jamey became a Florida Registered Paralegal in the Summer of 2008, and she can be reached at: Jamey@skiplaw.org
STEPHEN B. SKIPPER is a sixth generation Floridian who has worked at his parents’ law firm since high school. His interests include history, geography, political science, and exotic cars. In high school, he was a page for State Senator Mike Fasano, and in undergraduate school he participated in studies abroad. While a student at the University of Tampa, Stephen was a summer intern for Congressman Gus Bilirakis. He changed his declared major from Business to Government and World Affairs, in which he received a Bachelors degree from the University of Tampa in 2016. You’ll probably be seeing more of Stephen on the political scene after he completes his education.
Currently, Stephen works for S&S remotely from Naples, Florida, where he attends Ave Maria School of Law, on scholarship. Until he becomes a member of The Florida Bar, Stephen will continue as a technology assistant, business and customer service representative for the firm, and he can be reached at: Skipper@skiplaw.org