SARA CALLAWAY

June 28, 1938 - Feb 7, 2013 BETHANY Sara Elaine Callaway was born in Marion, Ohio, on June 28, 1938, and passed away at Integris Hospice House, Oklahoma City, on February 7, 2013. Sara Elaine was my wife, teacher, and my friend. Sara was a graduate of Ohio State University, with a degree in Education. She also had a Master's Degree in Special Education from Central State University, Edmond, OK. Sara Elaine taught education in the state of Ohio, and she won many awards, including the "Outstanding Teacher Award" in Ohio, as well as being listed in the Who's Who as a teacher in Ohio. When Sara Elaine first came to Oklahoma City, she worked at the Edmond Sun as a Proofreader. She later started as a Special Education Teacher for the Oklahoma City Schools. In 1991-1992, Sara won "Outstanding Faculty Representative" in OKC Public Schools. Sara Elaine was a Christian and Teacher. She would reach out to those in need, both young and old. She also would reach out to those who had dementia, which ultimately took her own life, as well. Sara was preceded in death by both of her parents, Jim and Ruth (Allen) Fry; and her beloved granddaughter, Jennifer Munholland. Sara is survived by her husband, Quinn Callaway, III; her daughter, Carolyn Munholland, of Edmond, OK; her son, Tom White, of Colorado Springs, CO; her grandchildren, Justin White, Meagan White, and Taylor Munholland; her stepson, Kevin Callaway, of Las Vegas, NV; and a special thanks goes to Kim Bauer, her stepdaughter, who gave much of her time in her life to Sara Elaine. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, February 16, 2013, at Vondel Smith North Colonial Chapel, with officiating by Pastor Keith Cressman, of St. Mark's United Methodist Church, Bethany, OK. Sara's ashes will be placed at All Souls' Episcopal Church, OKC, OK. Love You Elaine. Your husband, Quinn Callaway, III. God Bless You.

Funeral Home

Vondel L. Smith & Son Mortuary North Colonial Chapel
13125 North MacArthur Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73142
(405) 720-1439

Published in The Oklahoman on Feb. 14, 2013