I remember Sally well from our days at Dexter high school. She dated my best friend for a short time as we were both a little older than her, one year. She was a brilliant person and involved with many thing in high school. Many years later I was surprised when I meet her at the office of the school superintendent as I had move, like her, back to the area. She was just a wonderful person and friend.
Oh Mom, I miss you so much. I always thought we would have so much more time together. Thank you for doing so much for me, Bill & the kids. I will slowly put my broken heart back together again by remembering all the fun memories you created for all of us on our visits to Maine. I will listen for you in my dreams and in all the the things I do that remind me of you. You are forever in my heart and I hope you have been reunited with our loved ones in heaven. The pain of losing you is great, but I will trust in God to take care of you until we are reunited. I love you mom.
Sally we will miss you . We saw a
Lot of the world together later in life . Our family get togethers over the years for many different reasons will never be forgotten . Africa for ever my cousin . May you rest in peace knowing all that you accomplished in your life . You will be sorely missed . Janet and cousin Steve
Heidi and Sally’s Entire Family,
I have known Sally for years and she was always a special and caring friend. I am very saddened to hear of your loss and will always have great memories of her.
My Mom was so happy to have Sally work with her in the Dexter Hospital Office for a while. Not only was she very efficient but Mom gained a wonderful friend and spoke of her many times.
May God bless each one of you with His peace that surpasses all understanding and may He bring each one of you comfort in the days to come.
Prayerfully, a Friend Always,
I was a high school classmate of Sally. As I think of her life, memories come flooding back: Sally as a cheerleader, Sally as a real brainiac, Sally as a fellow member of the Dexter Methodist Church, Sally as a good friend, Sally at our many pajama parties, Sally’s mom and dad and their cute house on the Dover road, Sally and John at our high school reunions in later years, and the many friendly arguments over Trump and his shenanigans on Facebook, culminating in our de-friending each other. I’m so glad to have been a friend for these many years. Sally will be missed!