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Old Nov 4, 2011, 8:50 AM   #1
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Default A Tribute to Sarah Joyce Weber...mtnclimber

http://www.tributes.com/show/Sara-J.-Weber-91414789

I had been looking for Sarah for sometime, finally found this link to her death April 26, 2011...we will all miss her and she was always willing to help...she accomplished many things most folks dream about in her 76 years here on earth...may she rest in peace and spend eternity with our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ...

We love you Sarah...we can only hope Bradley is doing well as he was disabled and Sarah was taking care of him...they raised 8 children together best I remember...

Thanks for your kind and helpful guidance Sarah, you have touched many through photography....

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Old Nov 4, 2011, 9:17 AM   #2
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Thanks LTZ for updating the board. Sad news indeed.
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Old Nov 4, 2011, 9:48 AM   #3
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Thanks for passing on the very sad news LTZ.

Sarah will be a great loss to these forums.

Sincere sympathy to her family and her husband Bradley.

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Very sad news. Sarah was a friend to many.

Well spoken Cole.
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I am very sad tor this news!!! Thanks LTZ
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Old Nov 4, 2011, 10:35 AM   #6
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I am deeply saddened & shocked to hear of Sara's passing. I was always so impressed with her contributions here, & the photos of her husband always showed the deep love she had for him.

May she rest in Peace.
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Old Nov 4, 2011, 10:52 AM   #7
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That is an EXTREMELY sad news....... I had thought that her husband's health had started to weigh her down.....

This is very sad. She was a such a dedicated and helpful woman.... The love and care she showed her husband, and the sweet behavior despite redundant questioning and pestering... She has made a mark in a lot of hearts. We were people she might not have known personally and I, for one, can say that I will miss her. She was a mentor to me.... And that is something that will always remind me of her. Every single time I click

May God bless you Sarah Joyce aka mtnclimber

We will always love you.
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Old Nov 4, 2011, 11:09 AM   #8
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I am saddened by this news.

I remember searching through threads a while back when I noticed that Sarah Joyce (a.k.a., mtclimber here at Steve's) stopped posting on all forums she participated in (both here at Steve's and elsewhere) at around the same time in April, and I found a user group she started with a a post from her indicating that her husband's health had deteriorated and that she would be taking a break from posting.

But, I had no idea that she was having issues.

Note that you can still find many of her photos here, as she included many of them from these albums in posts here to try and help others get the most from their cameras:

http://anchorse.smugmug.com/

So, my she rest in peace, as she's gone out of her way to try and help others with their cameras issues. I also hope that her husband Bradley is OK, as it worries me that he is now without his loving wife.
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LTZ470:

I hope you don't mind (just send me a note if you do and I'll move it back), but since mtclimber helped a lot of members here (not just Panasonic users), I moved this thread to our News Discussion Forum, where it will be further up in the list of forums here, where more members here will likely see it, as I'm sure many of our members have been wondering why Sarah hasn't posted and will want to know what happened.

You'll still see a link to the thread from the Panasonic Forum.

Thanks for letting us know about this sad news.
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Thanks Jim...a well deserved Tribute to a true photog in every sense of the meaning...
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