It is with great sadness that
NWSOFA-Indivisible Announces the Passing
of our devoted Chapter Co-Lead,
On Wednesday, July 27, 2022, after fighting hard against a serious
illness, Sara left us. Our hearts are broken.
For those of you who knew Sara, you will recall that she lived her life
with a positive outlook in all situations. She continued to exude
positivity up to the end.
Sara dedicated her life to helping others, whether it was through her
work as a social worker, championing climate action, marching for
women’s rights, pursuing gun violence prevention, lobbying our elected
officials on important issues in our communities, state, or nation, or
encouraging people to use their voice by voting, and so much more.
Perhaps her most powerful gift was the way in which she connected
Her warmth, caring manner, and encouragement made
everyone who met her feel special. In Sara’s eyes, everyone was special
and had gifts to give. She helped them see their gifts, as well as helped
them to use their gifts to make a difference. Sara led with a smile and a
laugh, having fun in all she did.
It is in Sara’s spirit that we, as NWSOFA Indivisible, will continue to
move forward. As Sara dedicated her life to helping others, seeking the
positive, we will embody her legacy in all we pursue to continue to
make a difference in our communities, state, and nation.