In Memory

Sarah Draney (Mast)

Sarah Draney (Mast)






Salt Lake Tribune, The (UT) - March 22, 2008

Deceased Name: Sarah A. Mast
UT United States


Sarah A. Mast Dingle, Idaho Sarah A. Draney Mast, 56, passed away Monday, March 17, 2008 after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born July 6, 1951 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Vern and Virginia Shaw Draney. Sarah married the love of her life, Martin Mast, in Elko, Nevada on September 9, 1967. She was a wonderful mother to her two children, Abe and Niki. The light of Sarah's life was her granddaughter, Cheyanne. Sarah was happiest when spending time doing things with Cheyanne. Sarah was very talented. She loved to crochet, sew and paint among other things. She loved the outdoors including fishing, gardening and anything she could do with her hands. Sarah was a very hard worker and never complained while doing whatever needed doing. She was willing to help anyone in need because she had a heart of gold. Sarah was loved greatly and will be truly missed by all those who knew her. She was an angel among us. Sarah is survived by her husband, Martin Mast, her son, Abe Mast, her daughter, Niki Mast, one granddaughter, Cheyanne Mast and numerous other family and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, Vern and Virginia Draney, three half-brothers, Ace Draney, Virgil Draney, and Ceril Draney, and a half-sister, Verna Lou. An open house to celebrate Sarah's life and memory will be held Saturday, March 29, 2008 at the Bear Lake Senior Citizen's Center (115 South 5th Street, Montpelier, Idaho, behind the hospital) between the hours of two and six p.m. If you need directions call 208-221-2741.

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02/28/11 10:04 AM #1    

Carol Strebel (Beckstead)

REST IN PEACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Agood friend.

04/10/11 08:02 PM #2    

Jane Brown (Schulze)

I had no idea that Sarah had passed. She was one of my best friends. She, Abe, I and Herb used to hang out together a lot. I was just looking through the class profiles today and decided to look at the "In Memory" page just to see if there was anyone I didn't know about and there was Sarah. I talked to her on the phone about 10 years or so ago. Really wanted to connect with her again but it didn't work out. I feel so bad. Cancer is such a terrible thing.

Love you Sarah!

Jane Brown/Schulze

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