Sarah Beth was always spunky and the life of the party. She always had a smile and affected everyone she met. Her teachers, family, and friends all had so many stories involving her. She loved to take rides, eat snacks, watch movies, and listen to music. She also had so many books, toys, and puzzles that she adored. In her pre-teen years, she was able to take vacations all over the country with her family, and adapted easily to any situation and changed of plans. She liked people to sit next to her and put their arm around her and often gave kisses to people.
Sarah Beth declined in the past two years and doctors had no answers. She took a turn for the worst in early 2018 and it was discovered that she had suffered a subarachnoid hemorrhage that led to a stroke. Sarah Beth was 24 when she passed away on May 11, 2018. We miss her so much; the whole world is different without her.