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Sara Sneen


Sara Sneen, 54, of Lutz, Florida passed away peacefully on Sunday, November 3rd, 3:11 pm with her husband Jonathan by her side.
Sara Sneen was born February 16th, 1965 in Bangor, Maine to the late Peter Morency and Patricia Ricker.  Sara married the love of her life on January 17, 2004 on the beach in Lake Tahoe, NV and they shared 15 amazing years of marriage.
Sara graduated from Lyman High School in Longwood, FL. She earned her Bachelors Degree in Business from Phoenix University while working full-time.  Sara served as BOMA Orlando, FL President in 2004-2005.  Sara has served her community through Real Estate Lives and Metropolitan Ministries for the last 10 years. Sara and her husband Jonathan have been members of Grace Family Church since 2008. Sara was employed by Avison Young as Director of Property Management for the state of Florida.
Sara has impacted hundreds of lives through her tireless commitment to those that were in need of her inspiration.  Sara was raised to stand up for herself and others; be strong, independent and caring; have a good work ethic; and enjoy life. Her infectious smile, and laughter brought cheer and joy to those around her.  Sara’s presence will be missed by many.  Visitation will be held at Grace Family Church at 5101 Van Dyke Rd, Lutz, Florida 33558 beginning at 10 a.m. on Friday, November 8, 2019. Celebration of Life Service will begin at 10:30 a.m.
In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Feed Tampa Bay or Grace Family Church/Local Outreach in memory of Sara Sneen.

 

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  • Matt DeNoble says:

    Sara was everything her clients could have asked for in a property manager, but more importantly, a wonderful person. She took a genuine interest in the lives of those she worked with and I’ll always fondly remember catching up with her on our property calls and site visits and hearing all about her recent adventures or what race she was running next.

    Sara will be dearly missed.

  • Toni says:

    You will be missed. Beautiful person from the inside out. So so sorry for your loss Jonathan. I know you made her very happy and her best years were with you!!!❤️🙏🏼😢

  • Eduardo Ballesteros says:

    Sara was a person I admired enormously. She had a genuine concern for others and dedication to help. We had the opportunity to work together in many projects, including many events for charities she supported. Her professionalism & work ethics will remain as an example for all of us who knew her.

    We will miss you 🙏

  • Jan Chaffee says:

    Sara was such a remarkable human being and her love for Christ and her gift for comforting others that attended our Real Estate Lives REBuilders Luncheon Meetings was incredible. It was as though she knew each one’s heart in the room and fed it with her sweet kindness. We will miss Sara at Real Estate Lives but know she is pain free and Free at last.

  • Mike Vullis says:

    Sara always looked at the bright side of things. No matter how much everyone would overreact she would take the issue in stride and just deal. We will miss her leadership and her friendship. I was blessed to work with her.

  • April Lopes says:

    It is so hard to believe you are gone. Gone, but not forgotten. Your body is renewed and your soul is with our Savior. We love you, Sara.

  • Lisa Metts says:

    Sara was always smiling and a positive person during races. I meet her through running. You will be missed by many. RIP my sweet friend.

  • della Riccardi says:

    I cant believe I wont get to see your smiling face again :( you were always so giving ! I will never forget you ran for my brother when he passed away 26.2 with us at Disney ! I will always run for you & my Brother !! RIP sweet Sara xx

  • Cindy Mirabelli says:

    Jonathan – I’m truly sorry for your loss. So very difficult. I only met Sara personally one time – but worked with her remotely for about 2 years. Any time I had an issue or needed any guidance – she was right there, always happy to help me. You could hear the commitment and ‘happy to help’ in her voice and emails. She is a co-worker that will be missed by me and many others. Rest in Peace Sara.

  • Greg Dieckhaus says:

    Very sorry for your loss, Jon. Cathy and I didn’t know Sara. But we offer to you and Sara’s family our best wishes. Godspeed and RIP to Sara.

  • Michele Humphrey says:

    I’ve known Sara a long time. My friendship with Sara was very special to me. She always showed love, kindness, was supportive, and encouraging to all those around her. She was a loving wife, daughter, godmother, mentor, friend, and believer in our Lord. When we were together we always laughed and had so much fun drinking good coffee, running oh so many road races, travelling together, and just spending time together talking and catching up. Sara was the sister I always wanted and I’m so honored and blessed to have known her and to have been a part of her life. I will truly miss my best friend. I love you forever Sara.

  • Bonnie and Roland Sanches says:

    Dear Jon,
    So sorry to hear about your wife. We wish we could be there but I have appointment with my Cardiologist, I have been real sick since the last time we saw you. If there is anything we can do to help you please call, even if it’s just to talk.

  • Diane Stram says:

    I had the pleasure of working with Sara when she had her first date with Jonathan. She was so excited that Monday and we teased her that this might be “the one”. As everyone knows that story has a happy ending.

    She was a beautiful person, inside and out, and I am glad to call her my friend.

    Jonathan, you made her happy and you both were blessed to have found each other.

  • Diane Stram says:

    I found this message that Sara left when another beautiful person went home to the lord.

    Sara Sneen

    June 8, 2010

    Memories in the Heart

    Feel no guilt in laughter, she knows how much you care
    Feel no sorrow in a smile that she’s not here to share
    You cannot grieve forever, she would not want you to
    She’d hope that you can carry on, the way you always do
    So talk about the good times and the ways you showed you cared
    The days you spent together, all the happiness you shared
    Let memories surround you.

    A word someone may say
    Will suddenly recapture a time, an hour, a day
    That brings her back as clearly as though she were still here
    And fills you with the feelings that she is always near
    For if you keep these moments, you will never be apart
    And she will live forever locked safe within your heart

  • Corey Middleton says:

    I attended my first REL meeting in 2009 thinking to myself, what am I here for. Sara allowed me to fall apart & be comfortable as a male doing so. Her smile lit up a room & her faith in Jesus Christ was so strong. The Bible says, in EVERYTHING give thanks. So I thank the Lord for sharing her with us & for him strategically placing her in my life at a much needed time. May the joy of the Lord be a comfort to her family & friends at this time 🙏

  • Patty Shortino says:

    Having just learned of Sara’s passing I want to let you know how sorry we are for your loss. I know we are only neighbors but if there is anything we can do to help you we will. Praying God gives you the strength you need🙏🙏🙏