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J.E. Foust & Son Funeral Directors

523 S Main ST, Grapevine, TX

OBITUARY

Sarah Lacy

March 1, 2002January 8, 2020

SARAH KATHRYN LACY, 17, of Southlake, TX, was taken from us on January 8th, 2020 as a result of a tragic pedestrian car accident. Sarah is the daughter of James and Julie, and the beloved sister of Zach Lacy (15). Sarah was born on March 1st, 2002, in Atlanta, GA and moved with her family to Southlake in 2010.

Sarah was a bright ray of sunshine everywhere she went. She loved Jesus and her relationship with God grew through her many summers at Pine Cove, one of her favorite places. Her light shone through in her passions – her love for theater, music, and art, her love of school, her love of friends and family, and especially her love for her brother.

Sarah had a passion for theater and was heavily involved in the Carroll High School theatre department. Not only did she sing, act, dance, create sets and costumes, but this year, as the president of the thespian troupe, she took great pride leading her troupe mates – she was passionate about the projects they worked on and strove to include everyone in the troupe. We are so proud of her contributions, as over her short life she participated in 25 school and local productions, she was recognized for her playwriting as a finalist in the Circle Theater’s High School Playwriting Project, she was nominated for her work on costume design for a Column Award, and she advanced to the state level for UIL Technical Design. She loved to work with her friends to create beautiful and fun plays.

Sarah loved to sing and loved being part of the Carroll Choir. She had a passion for music and piano and expressed herself through music. We are so proud of how she wanted to serve the program as the equipment manager on the Choir Board this year. She wanted to share her ideas for this year’s Pop Show because she adored choir and wanted it to be beautiful and fun.

Sarah was a bright student and loved to learn from a very early age. She was a voracious reader and excelled in school. She was recognized as a member of the National Honors Society, a National Merit Commended Scholar, a Success Scholar, and recognized as an AP Scholar with Honors. She loved puzzles and games, was fiercely competitive, and had an amazing mind.

Sarah is survived by parents, Julie and James, brother Zach, grandparents, Richard and Sandra Moltz of Roswell, Georgia, Jim and Linda Lacy of Sandy Springs, Georgia, and many aunts, uncles, and cousins. In many ways, she was the best of us, and she leaves a hole in our hearts that cannot be replaced.

Service information: Monday, January 13, 2020 @ 4:30pm 121 Community Church 2701 Ira E Woods Ave, Grapevine, TX 76051

Family requests guests to wear bright colors and converse tennis shoes, as Sarah loved both. In Lieu of flowers, donations can be made to:

- Carroll Theatre Department: https://form.jotform.com/200105015114027 - Pine Cove: https://www.pinecove.com/donate/ - Sarah Lacy Memorial Scholarship Fund: https://www.gofundme.com/f/sarah-lacy-memorial-scholarship?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-3

Services

  • Memorial Service Monday, January 13, 2020
  • Graveside Service Saturday, January 18, 2020

Memories

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Gloria Stobbs

January 19, 2020

Can you tell me where Sarah Lacy is buried? I would like to leave flowers for her! Thank you!

Lindsay Goldapp

January 17, 2020

Sarah was unbelievably talented, humble, and kind. I loved working with her at WCUMC productions. I most remember her in Wizard of Oz, where she got to share the stage with her brother. She danced effortlessly and made the Tin Man her own. She will be missed onstage, offstage, and in all the space in between.

Kathy Smith

January 16, 2020

As a 6 year substitute at CHS, I was so blessed to have Sarah in many of my classes. She was ALWAYS such a sweet, polite and happy girl. She was always respectful as well. She was a true example of Gods love and grace!
May God comfort her family during these difficult days.🌹

Angel Meza

January 14, 2020

Such a tragic thing for a sweet girl, Fly high Sarah Lacy You are and always will be missed.

Kelly Shackelford

January 13, 2020

my favorite memory of Sarah was having the honor to be in choir with her. I will never forget her angelic voice and how she made my morning so enjoyable

Gabby Tadlock

January 12, 2020

When I was in seventh grade, I was in the Dawson Middle School performance of Shrek with Sarah. I absolutely grew to love her sense of humor and how welcoming she was. I loved getting to be in a production with her, as she was so talented and passionate about what she did on stage. I know that she impacted so many people in her life and am so grateful I got to meet such a sweet friend.

Roger (Bailey) Wanek

January 12, 2020

Please accept my deepest condolences for this great loss of a precious and wonderful daughter. The thoughts and prayers of our family at this sorrowful time are with your family. May God’s eternal love comfort our hearts and souls.

Maggie & Jimmy Garcia

January 12, 2020

Our hearts are broken for the loss of your sweet Sarah. We will always remember the many carpool rides with Annie and Sarah singing and talking about the many plays they were in together. Annie loves her so much! Sarah will be dearly missed. We are praying that God gives you peace and comfort knowing that she is singing songs of praise with her savior.

Shirley & Don Yudis

January 12, 2020

Our heart felt sympathy on the loss of Sarah. We have been praying for your faith to guide you through this time. Our love to Julie, Jim and Zach🙏

Mirta Kent

January 12, 2020

May God hold you in the palm of his hand and bring peace to your family

FROM THE FAMILY