Sarah J. Collard
Born November 20, 1978
Sarah J. Collard was born on November 20, 1978 in San Diego, CA.
- All services for Sarah will be held in California
Sarah J. Collard
August 2, 2018
Dearest family of Sarah Jean Collard, I will forever keep you all in my prayers. How does anyone ever recover from such a loss? We recover only with our faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. I am blessed to call Sarah's family my close friends. Yasmin, Bob, Rachel, Stan, Juliet, Kevin & Cassie, Jasmine and family, We know Sarah loved the Lord Jesus and is now with Him in Heaven. She believed and trusted Jesus as her Lord and Savior. May the Lord comfort each of you now and forever. I am so thankful I was able to meet Sarah and witness her endless love and support of her family. I'm so grateful to attend the heart warming memorial service you provided in Sarah's memory. The service was so touching as we learned so many remarkable things about your precious Sarah! Sending you hugs and prayers until we are all reunited with the Lord. Much love, Teresa Hewitt
May 3, 2018
We talked several time a week on-line. We were a group of patiots and Bot ( Sarah) was so precious to us. We talked of politics, family, and country and we cared about each other and how we were doing. We all will miss her so..... she was so sassy and smart. The photo is a symbol of how meme makers show respect for those who have left us.
April 5, 2018
My dear friend I cant tell you how much im going to miss you!! Your an amzing person and i will never forget you. You lit up my day everytime i saw you Made me smile and laugh and now i will cry for the worlds loss of a bright star. My prayers go to your family as i know your shoes could never be filled. I hope you are at peace my heart will hold our friendship forever.
April 2, 2018
Hi Jasmine and Bob--
I just wanted you to know that Rod and I are thinking of you and praying for your whole family. There just aren't words to help; but there is Jesus. You will stay in our hearts.
March 31, 2018
My memories of Sarah are many as a baby and a young girl. I would love to share with you how beautiful and special they are and will always be. When I was teaching Sunday school classes at Cathedral of the Valley Four Square gosple church in Escondido. I had the privilege to teach the 3rd graders of whom Sarah was a student. During the class Sarah would always help me with my lessons by writing verses on the board and she would always do it with a smile and with a Joy. She would also help me with the games we would play after each lesson. I always looked forward to playing the games because she would alway help. What a blessing she was to me during those times. There was a different time with Sarah when Bob Yas and the Girls ask me to go with them on vacation to Yosemite in June of 1987. I had an old truck and Bob and Yas let the girls take turns riding with me to Yosemite. During my time with Sarah we where rocking out to Wayne Watson and Water Colored Ponies on the stereo and talking about everything under the sun. At that time Sarah started talking and I remember she talked for 15 minutes straight because she was so excited with going to Yosemite. I remember thinking to myself. When do you get so smart. I was amazed at all things she knew and she was so happy we were going on vacation. What an amazing time. What I wish to share is that I believe that this was a golden time with her and a precious moment I will never forget and will always treasure in my heart. Know that she is and well always be special to me.
Beth Brusherd Broberg
March 31, 2018
Sarah was a great friend from my childhood. We were a group of four who were inseparable during middle school. We haven’t been in touch a whole lot since then, but she was an important part of my childhood. I was saddened to hear of her loss, but glad that I know where she is. Thanks for your friendship, girlfriend! My prayers for your family.
March 31, 2018
WE are deeply saddened by the news of SARAH COLLARD .Please accept our deepest condolences for your families loss. May you be comforted by the outpouring of love surrounding you. Words cannot even begin to express our sorrow. May your hearts and soul find peace and comfort. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. LOVE CARLOS & NANCY SOTO FAMILY.
Henrietta Andrea Marino
March 30, 2018
In Memory of Beloved Sarah,
I was so fortunate to have known Sarah all here life . From the time she was a baby on until
adulthood, I'm so deeply saddened by this great loss. Sarah was such a delight growing up
and as an adult was a kind and a generous soul. I never did get a chance to thank her for that
beautiful gift she sent me this last Christmas....
When my own daughter Cristina passed away Sarah was the one that stepped up to the plate
and helped me so much making and designing all the memory murals. Sarah was a huge blessing to me. When Sarah walked in a room people would notice her immediately she
was truly one in a million. Sarah will be forever treasured and deeply loved.
Until we meet again
Your Aunt Henri
Rhoda Noel Curry
March 26, 2018
My brother Bob and his wife Yasmine lost their baby of the family Sarah Collard Stojanovich in Boston Massachusetts around 8:00pm last night she left behind two beautiful daughters Juliet and Jasmine a beautiful granddaughter and her rock and husband of 22 years Stan Stojanovich plus two dozen Aunt's, Uncles, Niece 's and Nephews please pray for the family for God's hands to hold them and heal the pain our broken hearts fill at this time REST IN PARADISE Sarah Collard you will never be forgotten and I will take care of your Mother and Dad.
Dan Curry - March 16, 2018
March 25, 2018
On the 15th of March, Sarah Collard my wife and best friend passed away in Boston, Massachusetts. Sarah and I have been married for 22 years, and together we have two children Juliet and Jasmine. Our family moved to Boston in June of 2016 when I was assigned to the Army ROTC program at Boston University. Sarah has always left a profound impact on everyone she’s ever known, there is just something about her that draws people in. Sarah loved to dance; Sarah and I would spend warm nights together dancing to country music under the stars smiling and holding each other close. Sarah loved her family and especially our children who she would drop everything, at any time, to share her love, time, and warmth. Sarah had a compassionate heart and offered empathy and sympathy in equal measure, she could tell at a glance or in just one word when someone was troubled or suffering. I haven’t known for a long time where I leave off and Sarah begins, Sarah meant everything to me. What I do know is that I would give up the rest of my days only to have her home just one more day, but I know she is safe at home with our Eternal Father, living on in His light.