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Sara Jane (Conner) McConnell

1934 - 2022



Sara Jane McConnell (Sara Jane) was born June 4, 1937, to the union of Jacob and Odessa Conner of Georgetown Kentucky. She is preceded in death by Her parent’s husband Gregory McConnell, brother Jacob D. Conner Jr, Sister Mary Katherine Conner (Ole Tom), and Son Walter M. Bledsoe (Sophia).

Sara accepted Christ at an early age at Zion Baptist church in Georgetown Kentucky where she was also a musician, and Sunday school teacher. She graduated from Ed Davis school and went on...

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Jeff Caldwell

January 28, 2022 1:50 PM

Aunt Sara always treated me like a son. I’ll miss you dearly. Condolences to my family. Love you all. Stay strong, and heal your hearts together.

Helen Roberts

January 28, 2022 8:13 AM

To the family, sorry for your loss. Such lovely and sweet spiritual lady.
Helped me with my singing a lot. She surely be missed.
Helen Roberts

Belinda E. Carter

January 27, 2022 12:20 PM

Extending my condolences and prayers to the entire McConnell/Bledsoe family.  Mama Sara was a true gem.  I have many fond memories of her at Southern Baptist and New Prospect.  I pray that your precious memories will help to lighten your hearts in the days to come.  I will keep each of you in my prayers.  

Angie Brooks

January 24, 2022 6:32 PM

Mother Sara was one of the sweetest people I know. I remember our days at Southern Baptist Church. My sympathy to the family because they have lost a jewel.

Paula Daniel

January 23, 2022 4:41 PM

All of my help comes from the lord. I thank God for a life well lived of my cousin Sara.. Even in her ups and downs she trusted the lord with all of her heart. She was a beautiful  cousin to me. Because of covid I had not seen her for alittle while I thank God for letting me keep in touch with my older cousin who I loved dearly and she loved me dearly. We were able to talk that Monday before she passed. She told me she love me and I told her I loved her and she said happy birthday to me. I will always hold those last words she said to me dearly in my heart..she was so proud of her children for taking excellent care of her. To my cousins thank you for all the love, care you give to your mom. I'm so thankful I was able to care for her in my earlier years when she was in hospital. If we didn't have covid I'd been right there. To her children, grandchildren, and great grandchild, family and friends. God has a beautiful jewel in his hands working with him in heaven. May the lord touch all of us to continue to do his will as my cousin Sara did. What a blessing she crossed all of our paths. Rest well Cousin Sara I love you and will miss you dearly. Hugs

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