Sara Shadley. Sara Bear. Skittles.
Though she was known by many names, she was my daughter. My first born child. She was known and loved by many, many people.
She sadly passed away Thursday, June 29th around 5:43am in a terrible car accident, while on her way to work as a caregiver.
Though that is a job I personally could never take on, endure and excell at - it was perfect for her. She was the most kind and caring soul I have ever had the pleasure of knowing.
She WAS love, embodied.
The lord took her home that day, but her light shines brighter than a thousand suns, and her love has been felt all over the country. As cliche as it sounds, she truly was a shining star.
I didn't want it to come to this, and I am truly having a hard time writing this, but her fiance and I need your help in laying her to rest.
Everything helps, no matter how large or small a donation - a phone call, stopping by - everything.
I hate asking for money, especially in a time like this; Where we truly learn that money is meaningless without love and support, but We honestly need your help.
Those of you that know me (Aaron Brown, Saras Father) have heard me say this a lot as of late:
Love each other. Please. Love each other. What is life without love?
Thank you for everything, Sara. I love you.
Thank you for taking the time to read this, even if you do not donate. Know that she had love for you.
- Aaron Brown, and Chris Mayo.
- Miguel Alatorre
- Jennifer Allen
- Kelly Snellings
- Ian Pritchett
- Paul & Andee Hobbs
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