Sara Harrison CONLEY

Brandon, Florida


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CONLEY, Sara Harrison, 86 of Tampa Fla. On January 30, 2013 after a brief illness went to join her son, William E. "Bill" Conley Jr.; sister, Marian Kellough, and parents, Marion and Edna Mae Harrison, in Heaven. Sara is survived by her loving and dedicated husband of 68 years, William...

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I feel very blessed to have had my amazing grandmother. I will miss looking into her beautiful blue eyes for guidance, support, and wisdom. I will forever cherish all of the wonderful memories together. I miss you and LOVE YOU MAMAW. Watch over all of us.

I am so very sorry for your loss. I know she meant the world to you. I pray that you rememeber the good times and always keep her memory alive for yourself.

Sara touched so many of us. She was a treasured part my childhood, and in later years, I was grateful that she was a dear part of my parents' lives. What a laugh and smile she had! Godspeed, Sara.

At Alexander's 1st Birthday party - 12/08/12

You are so missed already Mamaw. To think it has been over 1 week already seems so surreal. Billy was so blessed to have a Mamaw that traveled with him, taught him things and always took the time to let him know how much you loved him. I was blessed to be welcomed with open arms into your family and to experience all the family holidays and other special occasions with you. Alexander will always have some special photos of you to remember you by! What a lucky boy - watch over him from above....

1971 Tampa airport. This is how I rememeber visiting.

I will miss my Aunt Sara greatly. Her cards, her beautiful smile and warm welcomes when we visited are cherished memories. Love and condolences to all my family. I am so saddened by our loss.

Aunt Sara and Granddad

My most cherished memories of Aunt Sara are spending time with her at Carter Caves and seeing her at my wedding. She always remembered us on birthdays, holidays and special events. We could always count on her sweet greeting cards to lift our spirits. She was a lovely lady and I will miss her deeply. Love you, Uncle Bill!

I was blessed to have had her as a mother in law and in my life for fourty-three years. RIP Mrs "C"

I was honored to have been her Granddaughter; she never made me feel like an 'in-law'. I have learned many valuable lessons from her & Grandfather about Love & Respect, especially in the last 2 weeks that she was with us. I consider it a privilege to be part of the family.