On Nov. 5, one of God’s true angels, Sara Elizabeth Besancon, was granted her angel wings and flew home to be with the Lord. Her life began Oct. 31, 1990, and was tragically taken from injuries sustained in a one-car accident.
Sara’s life would seem too short to many, but those touched by her understood that the quality of existence far exceeds the quantity of time in which one lives. She was a very outgoing, beautiful young woman with a strong, yet bubbly, personality. Her infectious smile brought so much joy to those around her. Growing up, living in Alexander, her interests included: spending a lot of time with her mom and four sisters. She, also, enjoyed cheerleading, softball, soccer, basketball, and drawing. Of all the things Sara enjoyed, what she enjoyed the most was spending time with her baby sister, Haleigh.
She attended Bryant High School through 10th grade and moved to Bauxite High School and graduated in June of 2009. In her junior and senior years she attended Pulaski Technical College and completed the medical professions program. Sara was loved by her sisters, Hannah, Raechel, Haleigh and her parents, Jeff and Elizabeth Graves.
Sara was preceded in death by one of her younger sisters, Tamara.
A celebration of Sara’s life was held at 11 a.m. today at Dial and Dudley Funeral Home in Bryant. Pallbearers were Josh Ivy, Jonathon Huber, Jeff Graves, Trey Cossey, Zech Krick and Noah Trip.
Online guestbook: www.dialanddudleyfuneralhome.com .