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SARA A. HAMMACK

Sara A. Hammack, of Dataw Island, South Carolina and wife of Emory R. “Rod” Hammack, Jr., died Tuesday, February 04, 2020, at Beaufort Memorial Hospital.

A funeral service for Sara will be held 11 o’clock Saturday morning, February 8, 2020, at St. Helena Baptist Church. Burial will be held 1 o’clock Monday afternoon, February 10, 2020, at Hillcrest Memorial Park in Augusta, Georgia.

Online Condolences

  1. Kevin & Betty Ennis says:

    Wishing you peace at this difficult time.

  2. Amel Porter says:

    Sara will miss your lovely friendship, may you Rest In Peace receiving the Lords Blessings.

  3. Ann Collins says:

    I offer my deepest condolences to Sarah’s family at this difficult time. Sarah and I enjoyed many years of friendship, and she will be sorely missed. RIP Sarah. I will miss your calls, your sweet smile, your bubbly personality, shopping, dinners at your beautiful home, and in many other ways too numerous to mention.

  4. Jacqueline Jones says:

    Sara was truly a delight to be around. Always a smile and hello for all that crossed her path. May God give you peace at this difficult time. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

  5. Rose Jordan says:

    So saddened by Sara’s passing; she was such a sweet, classy lady. I knew Sara when she lived in Augusta, but haven’t seen her in years, though I kept up with her through my sister, Ann Collins, who treasured her friendship with Sara. Prayers for her family and friends. See you in Heaven, Sara, where I know you are rejoicing with Jesus and the Angels.

  6. DENISE BERBIGLER says:

    SARA AND HAD SO MUCH FUN WORKING TOGETHER AT SEARS! SHE HAD A WAY OF MAKING YOU LAUGH ALL THE TIME. SHE WILL BE TRULY MISSED BY MANY.
    REST IN PEACE MY DEAR SARAH.

  7. GAIL BUTLER says:

    MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH SARA’S FAMILY.
    SARA AND I CREATED AN INSTANT FRIENDSHIP WHEN WE JOINED SHBC. WE ATTENDED CHURCH MEETINGS TOGETHER,WE PLAYED BRIDGE, WE SHARED FORGOTTEN MEMORIES, BUT LOOKED FORWARD TO SERVING TOGETHER HERE ON ST.HELENA… CANCER CAME QUICKLY AND SEPARATED THOSE PLANS. I AM SO BLESSED TO HAVE CALLED HER MY FRIEND, AND WILL TREASURE OUR TIMES TOGETHER..

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