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McCarroll, Sara Anne

McCarroll, Sara Anne

November 11, 1960 — February 27, 2019

Sara Anne McCarroll, 58, passed away surrounded by friends and family on February 27, 2019. She was born November 11, 1960 in Wichita, KS, to John and Patricia Holbrook. Along with her parents, Sara was preceded in death by her brother J.W. Holbrook.

Sara will forever be remembered by her two daughters: Megan McCarroll of Smithville, MO and Rachel McCarroll of Ellicott City, MD. She is also survived by her sister, Laura Umstead, and many extended family members and friends.

Sara was an avid crafter and a woman of faith. She met many friends through these passions and was always willing to offer a listening ear and kind words of support. Her legacy will live on through the many lives she touched and her beautiful creations.

Visitation will be at 12PM, with services at 1PM, Saturday, March 9, 2019 at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Road, Kansas City, MO 64138 and will be immediately followed by the interment in the adjoining Memorial Park Cemetery.

Service Information

Visitation will be 12PM, with services at 1PM, Saturday, March 9 at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Rd.; burial in Memorial Park Cemetery.

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We love you and will always be missed.

William Holbrook

Sara, was a beautiful soul. She had a contagious smile. She played an intricate part in my educational life. She tutored me as a stubborn young girl and gave me confidence that has lasted me for years. I still teach some of her tips and tricks of different ways of looking at things to learn. I certainly was blessed to have known her. Until we meet again.

Dawnetta Main

First met Sara at work. We carpooled the year she became pregnant with Rachel. Love both of her daughters! They have grown to be wonderful ladies thanks to Sara.

Phebe Corn

Thank you for everything you’ve taught me and will miss you.

Michael Umstead

Where do I begin. Sara and I met in 7th grade quite by accident when we both were assigned the same milk duty. We decided to both stay and work together. This led to perhaps my longest friendship. We laughed, cried and we shared most every phase of life together. Even when miles were between us, we kept in touch and after years apart we got together and it was just like it had only been yesterday. Sara will always have a spot in my heart.

Luanna Schmitz

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