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Sabrina Lynn Chu

September 17, 1970March 2, 2020

Sabrina Lynn Chu was born on September 17, 1970 and passed away on March 2, 2020.


  • Memorial Visitation Saturday, March 7, 2020


Sabrina Lynn Chu

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Dawnmarie Moran

March 7, 2020

When you needed me the most, I couldn't be there to help you. It crushes my heart that I wasnt with you.
Our lives were not easy. We were torn away from each other at such a young age. I've spent my life wanting so desperately to get my family back in my life and now you're gone. Like you've been snatched away from me again but this time its forever.
I'm going to miss making you laugh until you nearly wet your pants.
I'm going to miss getting packages from you. Always something purple or with butterflies. It felt like it was christmas everytime.
I'm going to miss sending you packages with things I made you or things I knew you'd love. Your reaction to the silliest thing always made my day.
I'm gonna miss how you didnt just like my art, you loved it. You loved it so much that you covered your walls with it and even got your friends in on it too.
I'm going to miss being your little sister the most.
I love you to the moon and back sissy
Always in my heart
Your little sister

Nicki Lemoyne

March 5, 2020

Sabrina Chu, I love you so much and have so many memories I could share! One of my fondest memories from our young years is you and Dawn coming to spend the weekend. Me being the oldest at 7 or 8, my mom decided to take a nap, and we got bored. Well, when my mother woke up we had taken all the condiments from the fridge and finger painted the walls. She could not even get mad at us, just laugh. Boy, she had a blast watching us try to clean those walls.

Sabrina loved her children, grandchildren, family, and friends more than life itself. She may not be present for us to hug, but she will always hug us with the memories we hold in our hearts. Feel no more pain cousin no more pain you can now RIP.

Make sure you give everyone in heaven a big hug from me. In my heart, you will never be gone but my soul waits to see you again. My deepest sympathy to everyone that was touched by your love.

Your cousin,
Nicki (Moran) Lemoyne

Robert Sanborn

March 5, 2020

Sabrina was my niece she will be missed not too many left that I can talk to but I know Sabrina would be very proud of her boys taking care of her
Love her very much
Say Hi to Aunt Marie Grammy Dad and Mom ⭕️❌⭕️❌

Lisa Sanborn

March 5, 2020

Sabrina was a strong woman, strong in so many ways. She did not sit back and let life happen, she was an active person that worked to better her life and she was of course, a fighter!!! She did fight cancer, she did everything she could to fight!!! Sabrina was BRAVE and COURAGEOUS!!!! Although she was in so much pain, she tried to hide it for "our sake". She fought for her son's, grandchildren, family and friends!!!! She had so many friends that supported her, helped her during this fight; friends & family that provided rides to and from her appointments, provided groceries, brought and/or made meals for her, others helped her financially, and many others that came to visit and provide hugs, support, encouragement, love and any thing else she needed!!!!
Sabrina was so full of love, she was an inspiration to many, simply by spreading positivity and love everywhere she went. Everyone that knew her loved her!!! She had a way of making you feel special, always offered her love and support when you were struggling, even though she was struggling too. She put her needs on the back burner to be there for her family and friends! Sabrina will be MISSED!! Her spirit will live on in all of those that knew and loved her!!!! She left this world way too soon!!! RIP Sweet Sabrina!!! I LOVE YOU SO MUCH!!! XOXOXOX
~Your Cousin Lisa