Sarah K. Baker

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Such a bright light in the darkest of days. Sarah was so unique and happiness radiated from her. So adorable. You will be forever missed Sarah

Posted by: Sabrena King - Westfield, IN   Jun 12, 2018

RIP beautiful, sweet beautiful soul.

Posted by: Adrienne Amiss - Indianapolis, IN - acquaintance   Jun 12, 2018

May you rest sweet Sarah. May God hold you in his arms and bring your family comfort.

Posted by: Sonya Marino - Washington, DC - friend   Jun 12, 2018

I am so sorry for your loss. Sarah was a dear friend through graduate school. Her amazing light, energy and kindness will forever be missed and never forgotten. - Nikki

Posted by: A friend   Jun 12, 2018

I am so sorry. She was such a beautiful and courageous lady.

Posted by: sylvia varnum - houston, TX   Jun 12, 2018

I have been for a lost of words these past few days. Sarah you have shown me how to live life to the fullest, to love unconditionally, and to just be humble and kind. Thank you for all the smiles and positive vibes.
To her family I'm so sorry for loss. Our family will keep you all in our prayers

Posted by: Charity - Janesville, WI   Jun 12, 2018

So sorry for your loss , our prayers are with your family

Posted by: Michael Saltsgaver - Nineveh, IN   Jun 12, 2018

Dan & Becky & family, My prayers and love are with all of you as you try to cope with such a deep loss. God has his arms wrapped around all of you and your daughter safe with him.
Deepest sympathy
Cindy Dienelt

Posted by: Cynthia Dienelt - Fort Wayne, IN   Jun 12, 2018
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Posted by: James Garrity    Jun 12, 2018

Beautiful Sarah...I only knew you from Periscope and YouTube, but you truly inspire me to be better, even with a chronic illness you were able to be positive and I'm now going to try to do the same- this illness is not going to keep defining me! Rest in peace sweet girl♥ Peace, Love and Glove♥ -Amanda Carusone

Posted by: Amanda Carusone - Brookwood, AL   Jun 11, 2018