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Sabrina Danielle Price DeWitt
Heaven gained a beautiful angel. Our Sabrina finally found peace, and she will be in our hearts forever.
Your Wings Were Ready But Our Hearts Were Not…
With family by her side, Sabrina peacefully passed away on October 16th, 2018 in Idaho Falls, ID. Born November 8, 1981 in Salt Lake City, UT to Rod (Teresa) Price and Sandi Aswegan. She is survived by her parents; her son Ashton DeWitt; as well as her Grandmothers: Mary Olson, Jeanie Bartschi, and Jessie Price; Siblings: Tiffanie (Glen) Jessop, Jacob Price, Cherise (Nate) Burkett; Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces, Nephews; and countless friends whose hearts she touched.
Sabrina’s greatest joy in life was her son Ashton, whom she loved with her whole heart and soul. She was so proud of him and nothing gave her greater pleasure than the time she spent with him. Talking, laughing, taking walks together, playing, snuggling, creating, listening to their favorite songs and then cranking up the volume and singing along, eating nachos, and watching movies.
Sabrina always had an affinity with animals and would have taken in every stray she ever found if we had let her, but children made her heart sing, and she had a very special place in her heart for her precious nieces and nephews, she loved them so much. Sabrina loved music that touched her soul, great booming thunder storms, the natural beauty of the mountains, her dog Shady, and especially her family. No matter where she went, her heart was always with us. She saw and appreciated people for who they truly were, not the labels or stereotypes society tried to place upon them. And she was thankful for the friendships and support she received through Turning Point, so passionate about the good they were able to do for the women and children who needed them.
Sabrina’s gentle loving spirit touched the lives of so many. No matter how little she had she was willing to share it with those that needed it more and though her challenges in life were many, her spirit and determination remained strong.
A memorial service will be held at 12 PM on Saturday, November 3rd, at Joy Lutheran Church, 7051 E. Parker Hills Ct. Parker, Colorado 80138. There will be a gathering with refreshments for family and friends in the Fellowship Hall immediately following the service. In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to Turning Point, PO Box 64, Kemmerer, WY 83101.