SARAH De HAVENON-FOWLER
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De HAVENON-FOWLER--

Sarah, of New York City and Amagansett passed away on Friday, October 26, 2018 after a courageous battle with brain cancer. She was 58. Born in New York City, she summered in East Hampton for many years, ultimately living there much of the year. Sarah graduated from the Buxton School in 1978 and from Barnard College in 1982. Several years ago, reflecting her love of design, she founded French Presse Linens, a bedding and home goods store in Amagansett, NY. Sarah was predeceased by her father Gaston de Havenon, mother Anna Lou de Havenon and brother Andre de Havenon. She is survived by her husband, Joseph Fowler, her children Dylan, Aidan and Ethan Fowler; and her siblings, Michael de Havenon, Alexander de Havenon, David Kapell and Rebecca Kapell Leigh. Sarah was a devoted wife and mother as well as a loving friend to many. A deeply spiritual person, she was a teacher of yoga and practiced meditation. A service will be held Saturday, November 3 at 11am at the First Presbyterian Church at 120 Main Street in East Hampton, NY.


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Published in New York Times on Nov. 1, 2018.
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December 25, 2018
Heartfelt sympathy goes out to the family and friends during this most difficult time. I hope that the promise at 1Thessalonians 4:14 will bring you comfort. Knowing that there is a future for the ones we have lost in death can be reassuring.
November 24, 2018
I am so sorry to hear this. Our deepest sympathies from all of the Ditch Witch family. Sarah was always a smiling part of our day.
Lili Adams
November 4, 2018
RIP Sarah ... wishing the entire De Havenon Family my deepest condolences and heart-felt blessings as you embark on your journey of loss, grief and sadness..I know well the pain that accompanies loss I lost my beloved husband Frank Williams 8 years ago.
Hugs, Veronica Garaycochea-Williams
Veronica Garaycochea-Williams
November 3, 2018
Words alone can never diminish the sorrow of your loss, but as days go by, may you find comfort from God and from loving memories. (John 11:21-26)
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