Root, Sarah Rae-Ann

Root, Sarah Rae-Ann Age 21 Sarah Rae-Ann Root of Council Bluffs, passed away January 31, 2016 after injuries she sustained in a traffic collision. She was born in Council Bluffs on May 1, 1994 to Scott B. Root and Michelle R. (Wilson) Root. Sarah graduated from Abraham Lincoln High School with the class of 2012. She had earned a Bachelor's Degree in Investigations from Bellevue University the very day before she died. Sarah is survived by her mother, Michelle Root; father, Scott Root (Marilyn); brother, Scott Root (Cori Shaw); grandparents, Sharon Wilson and Jim Wilson (Joyce); a host of other family and friends. VISITATION will begin at 2pm on Saturday with a CELEBRATION OF HER LIFE that will start at 3pm at the Hoy-Kilnoski Funeral Home. The family will direct memorials. HOY - KILNOSKI FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY 1221 N. 16th St., Council Bluffs IA 51501 712-256-9988 www.hoyfuneral.com

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Donna Bell

I am so so sorry for your lost. I never knew Sarah but I knew of her. When she came and picked up her cap and gown from Bellevue University I had the pleasure of meeting and talking with her. She came into the room with the biggest personality as if to say I did it and I am here to get my recognition. She had such a glow and a wonderful big beautiful smile that was contagious and it was just wonderful and it is etched into my mind. Even though I didn't know her like a friend her passing has really affected me as I love seeing graduates when they come into our establishment to get what they worked so hard for. May God bless your family and give you the solace and comfort you seek and need. You will be in my thoughts and prayers always as Sarah had a profound effect on me even if but for a few minutes!!

CraigRooker

I never knew your daughter, but I used to know the (2) of you Scott and Michelle. We hung out with Mike and Julie Johnson back in the racing days. I never knew what had happened to you until the Trump campaign, but I wanted you to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers and I am so very sorry for your loss and I admire what you have been doing to make meaning out of what happened. GOD bless you both and carry onward and upward. Craig

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