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Sarah Ann Watkins

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CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. -- Sarah Ann Watkins, 53, regretfully passed away on Monday, Jan. 12, 2004 at her home on Chestnut Hill Road. She was the loving wife of Charles E. Watkins.

Born Saturday, Feb. 18, 1950 in Honolulu, Hawaii she was the daughter of Sarah (Martin) Price of Hoosick Falls and the late Howard Price.

Sarah graduated from Argyle High School and then earned her nursing degree from the McClellan School of Nursing in Cambridge, class of 1969.

For 32 years she was affiliated with Mary McClellan Hospital. The past two years she had worked for Dr. Thomas at the Schuylerville Family Health Center. A wonderful, kind nurse, she touched many lives.

Sarah loved life and loved her family. She was a devoted mother and wife, a wonderful gardener, a talented quilter and woodworker. She enjoyed teaching and listening to music.

A devout member of the Center White Creek Baptist Church, she loved her church and most of all, she loved the Lord.

She was a member of the Peaceful Valley Quilters in Cambridge.

Besides her husband of 34 years and her mother, she is survived by three children, Dean and his wife Chris Watkins of Greenwich, Shane and his wife Heather Watkins of Buskirk and Jennifer and her husband Jonathon Sweenor of Salem; three brothers, Howard, David and Harry Price; a sister, Martha Clark; six grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Rev. Clyde Fobes will conduct the funeral service on Thursday, Jan. 15, 2004 at 1 p.m. at the Center White Creek Baptist Church, 28 Center White Creek Lane. A reception will follow at the church with an opportunity to visit with the family.

Burial will be in the spring at Woodlands Cemetery, Cambridge.

The family requests memorial donations be made to Center White Creek Baptist Church, Eagle Bridge, NY, 12057.

Arrangements are under the direction of Ackley & Ross Funeral Home, Cambridge.
Published in Bennington Banner on Jan. 14, 2004
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