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Just after midnight, and by the light of full Blood Moon, Sarah S. Scott, passed away at age 105. That night- and just before Dawn- a Lunar Eclipse turned the Earth pitch black before regaining its glimmer. What a fine farewell for Sarah.
Her life revolved around family. She met and married her husband, Thomas, at Hope Presbyterian Church. They remained members there until retirement, travelling to Philadelphia every Sunday for services. She was a stay -at -home Mom -there for the kids when they came home from school. She loved it when her grandkids visited as they did often, coming from as far as Hawaii and Texas to see GG and Pop-Pop. Every summer some family members managed to gather at the Shore for quality time.
She and Tom square danced for years and were regulars at Mac’s Barn and Bill Johnson’s Barn learning and performing Round dances, Quadrilles and Contras. They travelled to Scotland, Britain, Ireland, Italy, and throughout the US.
Sarah loved to read and sew and did the daily crossword puzzle into her 100’s. She lived at Shannondell for 18 years, was a Volunteer and joined the Sewing Club, sewing and knitting hundreds of hats and scarves for charity. In part due to her early upbringing in Vermont, she was vigorously independent until her last weeks of her life. Her desire to live was based in her faith that God would take her when he we good and ready -and in the meantime, she was to live her best life.
Sadly, she was pre-deceased by her oldest daughter Sandra Jean. Sarah is survived by her son, Thomas J. Scott, IV, her daughter, Robyn Farrelly, seven grandchildren, fifteen great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.
Her family is proud of her example of living life simply and honestly. She will be dearly missed.
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