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Sarah Lee Crocker

26 juillet , 195012 juin , 2019

Sarah Lee Crocker, age 68, passed away on June 12, 2019 in Marietta, Georgia. Sarah was born on July 26, 1950 to the late Lee and Aileen Davidson. Sarah was raised in Cartersville, Georgia and graduated high school in 1968. She met Jerry Crocker around 1969 and they married on November 15, 1971. Sarah was always very smart, free spoken and even adventurous. Never holding anything back, she spoke her mind and was always spunky. Early in her life she enjoyed horseback riding and playing some sports such as tennis and softball. Later in years, she enjoyed the times she spent fishing and being with her family. She loved her family and enjoyed the quality time they spent together. Sarah will be remembered as a loving and caring wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. She leaves behind her husband, Jerry Crocker; son, Josh Crocker; daughter, Janie (Gary) Hatch; grandsons, Taylor Ayars and Gary Hatch; and many friends to cherish her memory. A celebration of her life will be held at a later date.

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Kaye Edge

15 juin , 2019

To Sarah's Family. I never personally met Sarah but we were great friends. I worked with Irish Moving & Storage in East Dublin Ga for many years and our insurance was with Quarles Agency. She & I had talked business but had many more friendly conversations. We both loved horses & talked about them a lot. Being FB friends we continued our friendship. She recently answered some questions I had on insurance. I will miss her & will remember you all in my prayers.

Kathi Barry

15 juin , 2019

First I must say to Jerry, Janie and Joshua how sorry I was to see the notice of Sarah's passing. I was fortunate to meet her when we both went to work at American Excel Insurance more than 35 years ago and a few years later at Quarles Agency. She was one of the smartest people I have ever known and she took me under her wing and taught me the ropes and was instrumental in my career as an insurance adjuster. On top of that, we became good friends. As described, she was funny and spunky and just incredibly easy to like. Time took us in separate ways but we spoke on the phone on occasion and I am so happy that I got to spend some time with her a couple of months ago. Fly high dear friend! Love Ya! Kathi Barry

Terri Studdard

15 juin , 2019

I met Sarah when she was in high school. I liked her immediately and she referred to me as the "Little 'Un". I didn't mind....she was only four years older than me. We had reconnected in the past few years and enjoyed spirited chats via private messages online. We even had the opportunity to catch up on the phone just before she retired. I will always fondly remember her and her smile and spunky personality. I will miss her. I pray peace and comfort for her family. Love you, Sarah.

Ann Smith

14 juin , 2019

Sarah has been my steadfast friend, but more like a sister, for 50 years. No matter what, I could always count on Sarah to listen without judgement. She offered great advice and her quick wit is unmatched. Her family was the most important part of her life and she loved them fiercely! We spent many hours riding horses and attending horse events over the years. We actually owned a horse together one time. She got to witness my first attempt at barrel racing and could not stop laughing when the horse went one way and I went another. In the hospital last week, I told her stories about the fun we had, the practical jokes her Dad played on me almost every time I was in their home, and how we discovered that anything is possible after I drove her VW with her Dad's Pontiac key. I miss you Sarah and you will forever be in my heart dear friend.

Jim Lance

14 juin , 2019

Sarah is my cousin. She was like a sister to me when we were growing up. We played together and shared adventures together on our grandparents farm. She loved horses. She was always there when I needed her to talk too. I will miss her dearly. I can see her now in Heaven, chasing Fireflies and playing Hide and Go Seek.

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