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Sarah wanted to roam rain forests, study gorillas and swim in the sea with the dolphins. She could run like the wind as a little girl and loved playing with her sister Kate, her best friend Laura, and her westie dog Dana.

Her friends would tell you that Sarah was a funny girl who sang jazzy little ditties about almost anything, making you laugh all the time.

She was a wonderful artist and enjoyed writing.

Sarah was a whisper of joy to those who knew her -- we feel blessed to have her in our hearts."

Written by Sharon Pope and Rob Weintraub, Sarah's Parents.

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