Sarah Bernadette Mary Davis (26 Jan 1954 - 13 Feb 2020)

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Location
Basingstoke Crematorium Stockbridge Road Basingstoke RG25 2BA
Date
12th Mar 2020
Time
3.30pm

In loving memory of Sarah Bernadette Mary Davis who sadly passed away on 13th February 2020, aged 66 years.

No flowers please, donations to the dogs trust via the page or on the day if you wish.

Black dress is not essential.

Please join us back at the White Hart hotel in Whitchurch after for refreshments.

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Sarah had a very memorable funeral, with lots of loving family and friends to commemorate her departure. At the end of the service the heavens even opened up to welcome their guest Sarah!

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Kate and David Guest donated £10 in memory of Sarah
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Joanne George donated in memory of Sarah
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Ghillan Kenton donated in memory of Sarah

Sarah was kind, caring and wonderfully creative. She will be missed.

My deepest sympathies.

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Ghillan Kenton wrote

Sending my love. Sarah was kind, caring and wonderfully creative. She will be missed.

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Jacey Bedford donated in memory of Sarah
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Den and Val Sweetlove donated in memory of Sarah

Will miss you Sarah RIP

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Richard & Gerdi George donated in memory of Sarah

We have many nice memories of Sarah but especially of the week she stayed with us in 2006 in our house in Spain. We swam and walked a lot, Sarah, then very fit, did 5000 steps before breakfast and the remaining 5000 steps we walked together. She was very helpful in our garden and we remember her enthusiasm telling us about the garden in Fairfield that she had then re-organized. She did so many artistic and creative things.
We remember a nice day visiting Jennifer’s Studio, with Sarah knitting there followed by lunch all together. That same day we took Sarah over to Sam's house and met Angela for the first time, Aimee and William so happy to see their Grandma!
We remember a place out somewhere in our younger days where Sarah cooked and catered and she made us a lovely lunch. She, together with Angela George, made lovely buttons and she had a passion for weaving too. We enjoyed visiting the National Trust Gardens with Sarah and mother George. That was in the time when Sarah looked after her mother 3 days per week, mother George getting older and not fitter and still living on her own in Markham Ave. She took care of mother George's house amazingly well and also her belongings after mother George had died, making sure everybody received beloved items. The coming time will not be easy for Sarah’s children and grandchildren. We wish you lots of courage for all the moments you will miss your Mum and Grandma

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nick and Ann Ckark donated £20 in memory of Sarah

Val. Such tragic news. So so sorry

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Joan Holloway wrote

Wonderful memories of shared years in Whitchurch and elsewhere, especially all the fun and help from Sarah and Bob when Keith and I were living and married there in 1989. Such a loving, talented, creative person but leaving us with incredible memories of her. See you on 12th March.

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Sarah, March 2009, happy as we remember her.

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moira craig donated in memory of Sarah

we met Sarah in the late 1980s ago through Whitchurch Folk Festival, Wherewell and various other folk events. She was a funny, loving person with time for everyone and wise words for those who needed them. Love to all her family, she will be missed. Love Moira and Malcolm

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Deborah Wheeler donated £10 in memory of Sarah

A privilege to have been able to call her my friend, much love Deb xxx

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Ginny Sampson (white) wrote

Knowing Sarah for most of my life I have had the honour of her kindness and loving personality. Always there for someone who needed her and her words of wisdom. She helped my father Alan come to terms with his illness and he saw in her such beauty and love and a dear friend of us all. She was fond of her knitting and weaving and I have treasured memories of her sat in the sunshine creating many forms of art. She was a great help at dads festival the wail she took any given task and enjoyed it in her cheerful way. I will never forget her smile and her love that she shared rest in peace and enjoy the festivals in the sky.. love always
Ginny Sampson ( Alan White daughter)

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