Sally -Stancil -Obituary

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Sally Stancil

Roswell, Georgia

Aug 29, 1942 – Nov 6, 2017 (Age 75)


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Arrangements under the direction of Roswell Funeral Home, Roswell, GA.

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My Aunt Sally,
"For it is only right for me to feel this way about you all, because I have you in my heart, since both in my imprisonment and in the defense and confirmation of the gospel, you all are partakers of grace with me." Philippians 1:7

Sally, you led your family to faith. You were our spiritual guidance, whether summonsed or by example.

You smiled through pain or grief, and showed these young girls how to find joy in the LORD, whom you always...

A truly inspirational person. We will cherish the special memories we have. I will never forget creating my own thoughts to one of kind poems, making my very own poem book with my sisters and a very special "great" aunt, for more reasons than one. We will miss you but know that heaven rejoices now.


Where do I start? Some of my earliest, and fondest memories are with you. Your positive energy and smile are two of the things I'll always appreciate about you. The nights Lisa, Mary Beth and I would come down to your house, staying up late (9pm) and playing yatzy, progressive rummy or working on poetry books with you will forever be special to me. I am grateful for the time I got with you when I moved back to GA. You always wanted me to know you loved me, no matter...

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.

Will miss her so much
Great friend
Prayer warrior
Great inspiration

Sally was a sincere and honest friend. She was a breath of fresh air! Her passion for Jesus, poetry and encouraging people is what I admire most. I've known Sally for about 17 years and even though I may not have seen her often during the last decade of those years, we could pick up wherever we left off. I'm very thankful that I could see her before she passed away. I will treasure that memory. Live on, Sally! See you again someday :)

Dear sweet Sally, I miss you so much, but am so happy that your journey is now complete. You are with Our Heavenly Father, and with your beloved husband George, and with your parents and siblings, and with so many others who were anxiously awaiting to welcome you. I can only imagine how happy you are, healthy and strong. You touched so many lives, and I am so blessed God brought us together. I will miss our chats. Until we meet again. With all my love, Suzanne