I want to extend to you and your family my deepest sympathy. It is difficult to watch our dear loved ones suffer and die; but soon that will be gone forever. God has promised us that he is going to wipe out all suffering, sickness, and death forever. We find that promise at Revelation 21:4. Along with that hope is the expectation of John 5:28, 29; there we see how those we have lost in death will be resurrected to life, here on earth. I do hope you find comfort in this, as I and many others have.
I had the pleasure of knowing Sara many years ago when I was Mary's roommate and then later in life as she was a patient of mine. It's a small world and Sara will be missed.
My mother was best friends w Sara for many years and some of my earliest childhood memories are of Sara. She was an incredibly unique individual and in retrospect likely planted the seed of my appreciation of character in people. It's been many years since I've seen her but I can still vividly hear her voice and laughter, which I'm sure rings through the ethers as well.
My deepest sympathies to her family & friends.
I enjoyed Sara's great humor and vivacity on the several times I got to see her at reunions for St. Ursula Academy Class of '63. She had a terrific conversation starter: "What would you like to be if you could be anything?" Obviously perfect for reunions. She said that she envisioned herself as a stand up comedian...I couldn't come up with anything so ambitious. She would have been great at it. Maybe in another world...!
Upon reading the surprise annoncement of Sara's death, I was immediately reminded of the spirit and liveliness she added to our 50th class reunion and then the monthly lunches we enjoyed at Bravp. Sara arrived, beaming smile on her face and camera in hand. She added a sense of fun to our gatherings. I wish I had known her better at SUA as I missed out on a person with a different perspective and a great sense of humor.. I was glad that our reumion reintroduce her to so many of us. My prayers include her and her dearest family and friends.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
I was Sara's nursing instructor a "few " years ago and more recently a friend to talk to and laugh with. I realized she was struggling with her health and I know she is at peace now.
Sara aka "Sez and/or Sezzie"
"Unique to all the World"
I was deeply saddened and have been filled with emotion since learning of her passing. I've been awakened in the night with a flood of cherished memories. We met almost 40 years ago (1970) & forged an instant friendship. We shared many interest over the years.......humor was foremost, our love of Cats and all animals, roller coasters, garage & Estate sales, nursing careers, fine dining, sunny beaches, gemstones, Jewelry, art, books, music, nights out dancing, doing figure 8"s in Sara's 1965 era yellow mustang in the snow all the while laughing with pure joy.....so so much laughter shared over years along with the tears that life brings.
Sezzie, I so regret that our lives drifted apart and that I wasn't wasn't by your side to say "goodbye" I will forever cherish your memory!! Love, Lindy
I was sadden to here of Sara's passing. She was a great neighbor to us @ jackman regency.
Sara could make you laugh, and had a positive outlook on life. She will be truly missed. It was a blessing & privilege to know her!
I am very sad to learn of Sara's passing. Sara and my sister, Elvira Bergmann (now Stawski) both graduated from St Ursula. We had been neighbors and my father drove Sara and Elvira to St Ursula daily. Years later, I met Sara as an adult when I worked at Toledo Hospital and she was doing private duty nursing. In 2014, Sara found me on Facebook and when I returned to Ohio, we got together for a fun lunch at the Original Pancake House. We last visited her at Toledo Hospital a year ago. Sara had an amazing memory and told me such wonderful stories and her remembrances of when I was a small child and she and my sister in high school (there's 13 years difference between my sister and I.) Sara, thank you for your friendship, your sprit, your stories. Rest in peace. You are one of the kindest and sincerest people I know. Love always.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.