Sarah was born and raised in Junction, Illinois on the banks of Ohio River. She graduated from Equality High School in 1940. She moved to California in the late 1940s before the birth of her first son, Danny in 1947. She remarried in 1950 to Ernest Moore, and had her second son, Gary, in 1952. She spent the next 42 years as a homemaker in Salinas, California, before moving with husband Ernie to Cottonwood, California, to care for her ailing son, Gary, who passed in 1984. Ernie passed on in November, 1992. Sarah had lived with son, Danny, and daughter-in-law, Pat, since 1997 in Placerville, California. She had been active in the area, with the VFW Women's Auxiliary in both Cottonwood and Placerville, and as a volunteer for the Cameron Park Library. In recent years, Sarah had been a dedicated fan of her great-grandchildren's school and sports events, attending almost every game and event the last few years. Her greatest joy was being with her family. She was also a dedicated supporter and fan of grandson Nate's Motocross Career-attending dozens of races over the years. Sarah passed away on Sunday, 28 August 2011 at home with her son while watching her favorite sport-baseball (in this case the Little League World Series Championship game). Although the Alzeimer's had not been kind in the last 15 years Sarah never lost her curiosity, interest and humor about the world around her... -cars, "red cars must be the new thing...there are so many of them! -trafffic, "so much traffic in the other direction, everyone must be coming home from work!" -trees, "the perfect one at Missouri Flat Rd", (a cell tower repeater!) Assuredly, Sarah would wish us all...NO BAD DAYS!