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To those of us who were fortunate enough to have been a part of her life, we know that she touched us in a way that no other possibly could or ever will. As a friend once wrote, she wasn’t known for other athletic prowess; she held no world records for spectacular achievements but she was truly a one-of-a-kind extraordinary person. Sally was beautiful, warm, witty, provocative, mischievous, caring and most of all loving. She loved flowers, parties, and holidays, especially Christmas. Her sense of humour was out of this world – she loved to make you laugh. She was the kind of person anyone could talk to. Setting her own problems aside, she always made you feel better. In her job as Sales Administrator, she was never just a voice on the phone; she really cared about her clients. Although she was unable to have children of her own, she treated her nieces, nephews, and friends’ children like they were hers! She was their “Aunt Sally”. As a sister, daughter, aunt or friend she was always there when you needed her; she was “The Best”.
We were devastated when she passed away, after 30 short years. However, through her selflessness, she gave the gift of life to others. What a comfort that is for us all.