Ted Dickey West Funeral Home

7990 President George Bush, Dallas, TX


Sara Cecilia Ferrara

September 21, 1978September 4, 2020

Sara Cecilia Ferrara, passed away suddenly on Friday, September 4, 2020.

Sara was born September 21, 1978 in Helsingborg Sweden. Sara was a like a shooting star in this life! So full of life and energy! Those that were fortunate enough to know her were blessed by her very special kind of joy and happiness. She will be sorely missed. The world is less bright with the passing of Sara and we know and pray that she is resting in eternal peace with the Lord!

Sara is survived by her husband Tom Ferrara, son Anton and daughters Kajsa and Elizabeth.

While Sara’s family grieves her loss, they are choosing to remember Sara in a way that honors her spirit by celebrating her life with a Mass at Prince of Peace Catholic Church at 11:00 AM on Friday, September 18th, 2020 followed immediately by interment in the Columbarium outside of the Church.

Please join us in this celebration of life at Prince of Peace Catholic Community located at 5100 West Plano Parkway Plano, Texas 75093.

If you are unable to attend in person you are welcome to join the virtual ceremony at the following link: Funeral for Sara Ferrara: https://youtu.be/MbjDrUKn670

In lieu of flowers, the family prefers donations to be made in Sara Cecilia Ferrara’s honor to Jesuit College Preparatory School https://www.jesuitdallas.org/giving

Ted Dickey West Funeral Home in Dallas, Texas has charge of arrangements.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Sara Cecilia Ferrara

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Jane Shores

September 18, 2020

I knew Sara first though her children, who I taught in Art class at POP, Anton, Kasja and Elizabeth. Later I became friends with Sara when she became a pre-k teacher assistant and came to help with her class in art. I treasure the times we had together- we always had a good joke going (little girl, medium girl and big girl! ) and shared a lot of laughs. That is how I will remember Sara.

Leah Fleitas

September 18, 2020

Sara’s love for all creatures, big and small, made a profound impact on me. She loved lizards, from the bearded dragon she saved, to countless tadpoles and geckos. Of course, she loved the fury animals, too. She taught kids to love God’s creation...all of it. God bless you all as you mourn and know that you are loved dearly by God.

Rebeca Enunwaonye

September 18, 2020

I remember my Sister from CHRP. She opened up to me and me we helped each other through the wonderful weekend. Her story touched my heart and I loved her so much as my Sister.

My heart breaks for having lost her though I know she is in God’s loving arms.


Mary Ann Jordan

September 17, 2020

I am so sorry to hear of Sara's passing. I remember her speaking in my RCIA class and her children overlapping my kids at POP. She is greatly missed and prayers are with her family.

--Mary A. Jordan

Dawn Wrobel

September 14, 2020

I met Sara in CRHP11 retreat. She was a joy to get to know. When ever I saw Sara she always had a smile on her face. When her daughters would be servicing mass she was so proud of them and you see it on her face. She will be greatly missed.
Her Children will be in my daily prayers.

Donna Walker

September 13, 2020

I met Sara through CRHP 11 at church. She was one of the most beautiful souls I have ever known...so sweet and kind. Even with her busy life, she always had time to smile and listen to others. She will be dearly missed. Prayers going up for Sara and her family.

Laura West

September 13, 2020

My heart is full of sadness! My dear CRHP sister, your faith and kindness were an inspiration to me. What a beautiful person, inside and out. Your faith sharing made a deep impact on me...I was in awe of how you were able to find Jesus and inspire others without having any kind of religion in your childhood. Remembering fondly giggling with you during a retreat planning session. My favorite memory is seeing you in Kroger. I was upset about something and you could tell. You let me cry for a few minutes and offered comfort. Most of the time I feel invisible to the world, but you touched me and I am so grateful. I will think of you often until we meet again!!

Mary Lynn Amoyo

September 13, 2020

I have beautiful memories of Sara from church. I remember when Sara became Catholic at the Easter Vigil. She stood so tall and the light of Christ shone brightly forth from her. I always appreciated her honesty and admired her love of family. My heart goes out to the entire family.


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