CAMERON - Miss Sara Elizabeth "Sara Bear" Perry, age 6, of Cameron, was born July 5, 2006. She received her angel wings on Sunday, April 21, 2013. Sara was born in Pinehurst. She was a very bright, energetic and independent little girl. Sara was a beautiful child with bright brown eyes. She captured everyone's heart with her sweet, caring and loving nature and loved tea parties, playing with her little cousins, Ryanne, Cody and Kirsten. She enjoyed the outdoors, especially swimming and playing with her animals. Sara always wanted to be a little princess. Sara will be deeply missed by anyone who knew her but we celebrate in knowing she is walking with God with one hand in his and the other touching our hearts. Sara lived in Cameron with her Aunt Caroline and Uncle Ed Baldwin. She is survived by her father, Jeremy Perry and his wife, Billie Jo; her mother, Kristin Monaghan and her husband, Adrian; her aunt, Melissa Bell; her aunt, Caroline Baldwin; her aunt, Kylie Strand; her uncle, Ed Baldwin; her uncle, Kenny Lough; her grandparents, Jim Perry and Lynn Perry and Cheryl and Tom Lough; her great-grandparents, Jane Holden and Jean "GG" Nordstrom; her great-aunt, Cathy Perry; her great-uncle, Tim Perry; her cousins, Cody Bell, Kristin Bell, Ryanne Baldwin and Brady Lough; her half brother, Justin Gelling; and her half sister, Shaylynn Cassidy. Sara also is survived by her many friends and her classmates at Highland Elementary in Harnett County and her Army family. Sara particularly loved her cousin, Alison Fenzl, and aunt, Kathy Perry, who helped her father raise her from infant to age 3. She also deeply loved her Aunt Caroline Baldwin and Uncle Edwin Baldwin, who took custody of her in January 2011 and cared for her until her departure. A memorial service for Sara will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 30, 2013, at Jernigan-Warren Funeral Home, 545 Ramsey St., Fayetteville, followed at 1 p.m. by a graveside service and interment in Lafayette Memorial Park, 2301 Ramsey St., Fayetteville.
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Published in Fayetteville Observer from Apr. 28 to Apr. 29, 2013