Sarah Jo Marak
October 27, 1961 – August 27, 2019
Sarah Jo Marak, 57, of Georgetown, Texas, passed away peacefully on August 27, 2019 in the home of her loving daughter, Courtney.
Sarah was born on October 27, 1961 in Georgetown, Texas to Ray Don Southworth and Margie Nell Anderson. She went to Zion Lutheran Church through grade school and graduated from Georgetown High School.
Many years later, she went on to pursue a degree. At 50 years old, she was battling breast cancer and underwent many chemotherapy treatments, all the while working and going to school full time. She earned her degree in medical billing and coding and was employed as a coding specialist with Navitus Health Solutions where she enjoyed helping others. Sarah was a devoted mother and grandmother. Her legacy lives on in her family.
She was preceded in death by her mother Margie Nell Anderson, father Ray Don Southworth and his wife Nelda (Nanny), brother Donnie Southworth, and sister Linda Wimberley.
She is survived by her daughter Courtney Marak and her husband Quincy Wade, son Brian Marak and wife Rikki Trombly, grandchildren, Kayla Wade, Kamden Wade, Lily Marak, and Baylee Marak along with nieces, nephews, friends and family who she loved greatly.
Sarah had a gift of nurturing and enjoyed growing plants. She loved the sun, and whether it was planting or being on the beach, she was happy.
These past few weeks Sarah enjoyed spending her days with Jennifer Dean Sybert, who made sure she had the best loving care.
Sarah was a wonderful woman that was loved, is missed, and will always be cherished.
The family would like to thank Hospice Austin, Nurse Brandy Taylor, for her love and gentle care and the whole hospice team for being so wonderful, compassionate, and supportive.
A Memorial Service to Celebrant Sarah's Life will be held at 10:00 A.M. on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at the Cook-Walden Davis Funeral Home in Georgetown, Texas.
- Memorial Service Celebrating Sarah's Life Saturday, September 7, 2019
Sarah Jo Marak
August 30, 2019
Sarah was a great person with lots of heart, I was lucky to work with her and get to know about her life and family. I had a couple personal visits to her home to help setup a work from home connection and got to meet some of the family during those visits.
She will be missed for sure as she was a person that would like up a room with laughter. My sympathies out to her family during this difficult time.