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OBITUARY

Sara Ann (Goeller) Lomax

April 24, 1933May 11, 2020

Sara Ann (Goeller) Lomax, age 87 passed away on Monday May 11, 2020. Sara was born April 24, 1933 in Wichita, Kansas to Sarah Nothstine-Goeller and Carl G. Goeller.

Sara was a life long resident of Wichita, graduated from East High in 1951 and University of Wichita in 1955. She married Edwin Lomax in 1955. She worked as an office professional for the Wichita Public Schools for 29 years.

Sara is survived by; daughters Melinda Speer, daughter Lesa Lomax; grandchildren Jedediah Speer (Samantha), and Meredith Moore-Johnson (Kisha); great grandchildren Alexandria, Jaiden, Bailey, Evan, Cullen, Finley, and Niko.

Sara was preceded in death by her husband Edwin H. Lomax; father Carl G. Goeller and mother Sarah Nothstine-Goeller; brother Carl G. Goeller Jr.

A private family graveside service for Sara will be held at Lakeview Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Sara's memory may be made to Kansas Humane Society, 3313 N Hillside St, Wichita, Kansas 67219 US, https://www.kshumane.org/donate.html.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.MyLakeviewFuneralHome.com for the Lomax family.

  • FAMILY

  • Carl G. Goeller, Father (deceased)
  • Sarah Nothstine-Goeller, Mother (deceased)
  • Edwin H. Lomax, Husband (deceased)
  • Melinda Speer, Daughter
  • Lesa Lomax, Daughter
  • Carl G. Goeller Jr., Brother (deceased)
  • Jedediah Speer (Samantha), Grandchild
  • Meredith Moore-Johnson (Kisha), Grandchild
  • Alexandria, Great Grandchild
  • Jaiden, Great Grandchild
  • Bailey, Great Grandchild
  • Evan, Great Grandchild
  • Cullen, Great Grandchild
  • Finley, Great Grandchild
  • Niko, Great Grandchild

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Memories

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Meredith Moore-johnson

May 17, 2020

Since I didn’t get my official goodbye- this is it. It’s weird you are gone. You meant so much to so many people within so many circles of your life. You should be proud of yourself. All my life I worked hard to make you proud - you pushed me to be the best that I could be and I thank you for that. I also learned to be a bit more OCD because of you. Lol
Also thank you for loving my wife and son in your own Grandma Lomax way! I wish you could have met him in person. He would have loved you!

I hope you are finally able to play your perfect round of golf and playing with all the smooshed face Pekingese where you are!

I love you!

Nonie Hollowell

May 15, 2020

Sara was an especially kind person. When I joined Sim Park Women’s GC, Sara was always so willing to answer any question I had. I also volunteered at Salvation Army at Sara’s invitation where she kept things well organized for us.
I will miss seeing Sara occasionally on a Friday night at DeFazio’s!

Debbie King

May 15, 2020

I met Sara at one of the many state tournaments we attended. She was always so friendly and fun to be with. I will miss seeing her smiling face. May your treasured memories help you through this time of sorrow.

Patricia Schroeder

May 15, 2020

Sara and I played many rounds of golf together, both at Sim Park and at state tournaments. She was a great member of our state golf association, KWGA, and gave many years of service to that organization. I hope you will get to see the tribute that was in the Central Links Golf association newsletter. (That is the name of our new state organization)
Sara helped me so much when I attempted to take over one of the jobs she had in KWGA. She was a wonderful person and will be missed by many.

Delaine Hartman

May 15, 2020

Sara was a golfing buddy at Sim Park. Always ready to lend a word of encouragement to new people to the game and a great competitor. She was a great volunteer both in the golf world and at the Salvation Army where she directed a crew of us in data input at Christmas time. She will be missed by many.

Jayne Clarke

May 15, 2020

I was the handicap director for Kansas Women’s golf association assuming that role when Sara moved full time into the GHIN Management. That was when I really got to know Sara. She was so helpful and organized!! Such a wonderful mentor and person. I am so sorry for your loss... she will be fondly remembered by many of her golf associates through the years.

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