Sara LaVonne Albright
October 9, 1979- April 25, 2022
On October 9th, 1979, Sara Albright was brought into the world by parents Ellen and Arthur Albright. Her life was put to the test immediately when doctors told them she had Spina Bifida and would not live very long after birth. Proving them all wrong, Sara lived to the age of 42 and survived 42+ surgeries, all while keeping a smile on her face. Sara attended Azusa Faith Apostolic Church since 2017, it is here where she made the life decision to get baptized in Jesus’ name and surrender her life to the Lord.
Sara is known for her creative mind and fighting spirit. Her passion since she was a young girl was to watch the weather. This passion became reality a few months ago when she got the job as a Storm Chaser for Kendall County. Sara also loved anything that had to do with the kingdom of God. Her happy place was anywhere she could study the Bible and listen to her Christian music.
Sara is survived by Gina Camacho (Sister/ Caregiver), Ismael Camacho (Brother-in-law/ Pastor), Danielle Dixon (Niece), Jessica (Victor) Trevino (Niece), and Brooklyn Trevino (Great- Niece).
Despite what the doctors had predicted for Sara, she was a living testimony, continuously proving her strength and willingness to those around her. Sara is now in a place where there is no pain or suffering, a place where she is no longer bound by a wheelchair but can run freely. She will be missed greatly, but her memory will live forever.
Family will be receiving guests on Sunday, May 1, 2022 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM at Dieterle Memorial Home, 1120 S. Broadway Ave. Montgomery, IL 60538. Funeral service will be held on Monday, May 2, 2022 at 10:00 AM at Dieterle Memorial Home. Interment will follow at River Hills Memorial Park, Batavia, IL.
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