Missing Sarah on her birthday is no small task in life. She filled our daily lives with questions, answers, commentaries, and laughs. Her activities revolved around helping others or socially being part of her senior groups at the center or church. I know that if anyone wanted to find their way to heaven, that Sarah will show you the way. Bless you,
What a sweetheart. Calm, caring, courageous. We loved her cookouts and being together with her loving and crazy daughter and my little brother. It was our family time; sometimes with my big brother Jim too. My Mom loved her and their lunches. God Bless you dear lady. Seesta
Happy Birthday, Mom. I'm glad I had you as long as I did. I think about all the things you taught me everyday. We had such fun , didn't we! I love you mom.
Sarah was a Great Woman and a devoted Christian . She was a God sent second Grandmother to my daughters. She raised a great loving, and caring daughter.
Judy, your Mom was one of the dearest ladies I've ever met and I loved going over to Sherwood Forrest and the cookouts, singing, and just talking with your sweet , dear mother. God Bless her Sherri your Seesta
I miss my mom more than anyone can imagine. She was my hero and I learned more from her than any other person in my life. She was soft spoken but if you listened carefully had a great sense of humor. I think about you all the time mom. Love, Judy
She was a great woman who supported her family and friends throughout her life, without fail. I will always remember the dinners and barbecues at her house and the time spent playing music, talking, and having fun. God bless you, Sarah! We will all meet again one day.
A candle has been lit in your honor at Christ the King Catholic Church in San Diego. It is burning alongside one for Rusty's dad, Leon James, 92, who died in Arkansas on Friday. We are so comforted by the knowledge of the presence of you there with our Heavenly Father to help welcome him into the loving arms of His Eternal Home. Love you Ma!
Dear sera was a dear friend in the church to me she alway spoke a kind and encoraging word I remmerber helping help pack thing and find people in need of thing before selling her house and moving out west she loved and care about people. She loved the lord and I will look for her in heaven to hear some more storerie of Jesus and his love toward her and how he usedher humble soft auttude to wince people to Jusus Christ
I'll never forget the many dinners that Sarah hosted in her home in Sherwood Forest in Silver Spring, especially, when Judy and Danny would come back east to visit. She was always kind and gracious and there was always music around the house. I will always remember her. God bless you, Sara, Dave
I first met Sarah, my mother-in-law, back in Silver Spring, Maryland, when I began dating her beautiful daughter, Judy Lane. Having her move out and live with us in Ramona was a life-changing event as we became an extended family. She's one of the most gracious, giving, caring and courageous senior women I've ever met. She was active and joyful in life up until her time came in our home. We are so very grateful to our supportive and incredibly helpful neighbors, The Ruiz Family, during our difficult time through hospice care. Sarah's little sister Maxine Bolin came from Arkansas and her niece Susie Erwin came down from Fountain Valley to love and tend to Sarah's needs. We thank all of Sarah's friends, too many to name, who came to visit and say goodbye. If anyone can get into heaven, it's Sarah, due to her unselfish services, community spirit, and Christian spirit. We love you, forever. Danny