In Memory of

Sarah

Barbara

Edwards

(Molloy)

Obituary for Sarah Barbara Edwards (Molloy)

It is with broken hearts that the family of the late SARAH B. EDWARDS of Lawn announces her passing. Sarah passed peacefully away at U.S. Memorial Health Centre on Wednesday, July 6th, 2022 at the age of 93. Leaving to mourn with a lifetime of wonderful memories are her sons, Guy Edwards (Joyce) of Marystown, Phil Edwards (Wanda) of Lawn, and Edgar Edwards (Cathy) of Ottawa; daughters, Nora Stacey (John) of Lawn, Aundriette Shea (John) of Winnipeg, MB, Mercedes Dumoulin (John) of Greenwood, NS and adopted daughter Carol Colleens of Saskatchewan; 19 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; daughter-in-law, Mary Edwards of St. John's; plus a large circle of family and friends.

Sarah was predeceased by her husband Vincent; son Rene; parents, Catherine & Claude Molloy; sisters, Teresita Mcrae (Lloyd), Helen Tarrant (Gus) and Sylvia Foley (Cyril); brothers, Rene Molloy (Madeline), Thomas Molloy (Margaret), and Sylvester Molloy (Violet).

The Edwards Family will be accepting visitors at Holy Name of Jesus Roman Catholic Church, Lawn on Sunday, July 10th from 2pm – 6pm and 7pm – 9pm.

Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Monday July 11th, 2022 at 10:00 am from Holy Name of Jesus Roman Catholic Church, Lawn. Interment will follow at Holy Name of Jesus Roman Catholic Cemetery, Lawn.

Sarah was born in St. Lawrence. She attended Littledale College and became a teacher. Her first teaching position was at Little St. Lawrence all grade school.

Later she moved to Lawn, married, and had a family, and continued to pursue the teaching profession. Many remember her from their school days. Some have shared stories of her as a compassionate person who nurtured them in their pursuit of learning.

She was a woman of faith who organized parish activities such as First Communion and Confirmation events. She liked to be in charge and was a dedicated volunteer with any fundraising activities for her church and the GOLDEN AGE Club. For relaxation she enjoyed bingo and card games. In her private time, she liked to read, watch documentary TV, and follow the world news. Her joys were her grandchildren and a nice cup of tea and a chat.

Thanks to the Burin Peninsula Health Care Centre staff who cared for mom from January to April. Also special thanks to staff of the Blue Crest Home, Grand Bank where she spent most of May. And finally thanks to the staff of the U.S.M.H.C. Long Term Care Unit at St. Lawrence, where she spent the last period of her life.

In Sarah’s memory donations may be made to Holy Name of Jesus Roman Catholic Church, Lawn or flowers gratefully accepted.

Funeral arrangements entrusted to the care of Wiseman’s Funeral Homes – Marystown.
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