Sara Lyn Pierce Dailey
Sara Lyn Pierce Dailey, 40, of Little Rock, died Saturday at Baptist Health.
Survivors: mother, Sharon Gail Johnson; father, Mickey Pierce; son, Joshua
Scott of California; two sisters, one brother; grandmothers, Dorothy Johnson and
A memorial service was held at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 17, 2005 at
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 600 S. Rodney Parham, in Little
Cremation arrangements by Ruebel Funeral Home. www.ruebelfuneralhome.com.
- Mickey and family, I'm so sorry for your loss. Sara and I worked together
at Maybelline, several years ago. We hit it off instantly. I lost contact
when she moved away. I've asked about her several times and hoped we could
get together. I will miss her and our friendship. Please let me know when
the memorial is, and if I can do anything for the family. You are in my
prayers. God Bless You.
- Tracy Evans
- Sara touched my life and gave me a friendship with her spirit that will
neither fade with time nor age. Her outlook on life in general will forever
temper my thoughts. She was a person who will be missed often but will
remain forever in my heart. May she forever rest in the beauty of God's
Little Rock, Arkansas
- Sara, I have so many wonderful memories of you from our childhood! I
cannot believe that you are gone. I will miss you and I thank you for those
memories. Gail and Aunt Dorothy I am so very, very sorry for your loss. I
love you and you will be in my prayers. May God give you comfort. Love,
- Gail, Mickey, Aunt Dorothy, Michael and Amanda.... I cannot imagine the
loss you feel. My heart breaks for you. The only comfort now is the
knowledge that Sara is safe in the arms of our Lord. As I write this I am
reminded that Sara is my namesake.... she was all that we hoped she would
be..... beautiful on the outside and so precious on the inside. She was our
sunshine. I will forever see that beautiful smile, the twinkle in the eye,
the love in the heart, and that fun little wink she gave me the last time I
saw her. I am so proud to carry her name..... I will love her forever. My
heart, my love and my prayers are with you.
Sara Ann Murphy
- Sara was with us for just a few months but found a special place in each
of our hearts. The sunshine she brought to the office is gone but we have
not forgotten. We miss you Sara.
Your Co-workers - Horton Drywall
- Even though I knew Sara only a short time, I consider her my friend. I
will miss working with and talking to her and will also miss seeing her
beautiful smile. My thoughts are with her family and friends.
- Edith Mae Lanham
Little Rock, Arkansas