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Age 34, of Sheraden, tragically passed away on Tuesday, March 7, 2017. Loving mother of Mia McPherson; beloved daughter of John E. and the late Carol Villarreal; also survived by many loving aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Visitation Sunday 4-6 p.m. WM. SLATER & SONS, INC., 301 Virginia Ave., Mt. Washington 15211, (412-381-3345), where a service of remembrance will be held Sunday 6 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to John Villarreal for the benefit of Sarah's daughter, Mia.

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Published in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette from Mar. 11 to Mar. 12, 2017.
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May 25, 2020
We were close friends in first grade through fourth grade and I can't recall a more ideal tale of childhood friendship and beautiful walks home from school together. I can still remember the anticipation of hanging out together, the way that your smile and laughter still color my memories of our imaginations in your grandmother's dining room. There are so many great memories of playing red-rover in the street with you, Kristen Z. and Kim T... I am only now finding out about your passing and I cherish those childhood memories of you being such a wonderful friend.
Josh Brown
March 13, 2017
Never is easy to lose a loved one in death. Please find comfort from God's word.John6: 40
c t
March 12, 2017
You were a beautiful person inside and out. We lost touch the last cpl of tears and I'm sorry for that. Your at peace now Sara I love you
Lori Wojciechowski
March 11, 2017
My condolences to u all.RIP Sarah so sorry babygirl
Vinnie Novak
March 11, 2017
Our prayers are with you and your family.
Margaret Wagner & Family
March 11, 2017
Our prayers are with you. If we can help in any way let us know.
Joe&Melissa Wagner
Family Friend
March 11, 2017
Sarah was the one of the brightest lights one could have the pleasure of knowing. She literally lit up any room she walked into. She would make stangers feel welcome and make friends feel loved. One could not help but to like her, and those that truly knew her as I did, couldn't help but to love her; as she loved us. Words cannot express the pain in my heart for her family, and dearest friends. As tragic as this all of this is, I encourage all who knew her to remember her as she lived, smiled, and loved. Remember the last hug she gave you, and live in that moment. Let her light shine into eternity...
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