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Sabra Sundt (Jacobs)

Sabra passed away on Dec. 14, 2012, after a year-long and rigorous regime of treatment for a rare head and neck cancer.  She is survived by her husband, Jim Jacobs, who has been her life partner since they met in Europe shortly after high school.  They have been retired for a number of years and have traveled together to many places around the world.  She was lots of fun as an adult, always ready to "play" and joke around.  She will be greatly missed.

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12/15/12 08:00 PM #1    

Dianne McCord (Edwards)

 Sabra will be missed by the "Girlfriends" she traveled to Mexico with in the Winter of 2009.  Her death came to us all as a shock . 

She was my Birthday Sister as we had the same date and location only 2 hours apart.

I will miss her always on my birthday.

Will miss you at the reunion this Summer, who will punch the elevator buttons at the Embassy Suites?

Love you Sabra     


12/16/12 11:49 AM #2    

Betty Hutchinson (Flad)

Sabra was such a stong, yet humble spirit.  She brought laughter, fascinating perspectives and thoughtful reflections to her freinds and acquaintances about a myriad of topics.  Her quest for travel and new adventure was unbridled.  She traveled the world, met many people, experienced unique food and cultures and she left the world a better place because she only took with her memories, leaving everything else behind for others to enjoy.  Sabra, you will be missed and my trips to Mazatlan will never be the same again - your elevator escapades will be with me forever.


Betty Hutchinson Flad

01/14/13 04:43 PM #3    

Connie Cameron

I had the priviledge to connect  or reconnect with Sabra at the West sylvan reunion a few years back, I can't express the joy I felt  in sharing time with her and I am so deeply saddened that Sabra won't be sharing a 50th reunion with us, although I believe she will be with us in spirit.

06/13/13 06:07 PM #4    

Beverly Jean Peterson (Clark)

I was so sad to hear about Sabra's passing. She was my chemistry lab partner and she was so much fun. We would laugh until we cried. She accidentally caught my hair on fire at least twice.  Since her dad was the manager of the Lloyd Center Mall,  she would take little groups of us ice skating there and we would all get in for free. I only was in contact with her a few times after high school. From those few visits I knew she enjoyed her life very much. 

06/20/13 03:14 PM #5    

Suzanne Dunford

Sabra was so kind in high school, had a friendly hello every day.  I looked forward to seeing her, and feel sad that she is gone.  Rest in peace.

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