I first met Sara when she came through the Hidden in the Hills studio tour with her daughter Anne and Anne’s husband Steven, my dear friends in Scottsdale. Anne introduced me to her mom as an artist. I got to see Sara’s art when I was invited by Anne to Oregon to see the eclipse. It was easy to see the love, admiration and devotion from her daughters - Anne and Katy. I walked through a beautiful garden with these strong, beautiful, adventurous, and creative women. I won’t forget, nor
do I think she’ll be forgotten by anyone she touched along the way. Love, Joanie
We were so sad to hear about the passing of Sara. She was an amazing lady and always a joy to visit with. Our hearts and prayers are with all of her family...may her spirit always be with you. Rest In Peace, sweet Sara.
Paula Brazeale and Nick Reding
To Sara's family,
I had the pleasure of living across the street, on NW 3rd in Bend, from Sara for five years in the mid 80's. I was saddened to see that she had passed, but thinking of her brought many wonderful memories back . I always enjoyed chatting with her and loved her enthusiasm for life. I was so glad to have met your Mom!
I first met Sara when I was a student at Zane Junior High school in Eureka. her daughter Anne and I were/are good friends. I used to go over to her house after school. Sara was always a gracious host and it was obvious that her children adored her. Later, I had the good fortune to have her as my journalism teacher at Eureka senior High. She was by far my favorite teacher. She was very supportive of my writing and always made me feel special (as she did all her students). Her passion and humor were contagious. She will always hold a very special place in my heart. I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to have known her.