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Sara Jane KnepfleKNEPFLE Sara Jane (nee Wetzel) cherished wife of the late John H. Knepfle and beloved mother of 11. The Granny left behind so many loving grandchildren, great and great-great grandchildren at age 92. Relatives and friends of Newtown’s “Ant Bee” will be welcomed at St. Margaret- St. John Church on Murray Ave. during the hour before an 11:00 AM Mass on Saturday, Jan. 30th. Private cemetery services for family immediately following. If desired, memorials may be directed to The Wings of Love, 6928 Jefferson St., Newtown, OH, 45244-3104.
Dear Knepfle family, my sincere sympathy to you. Sara has been in my heart since my family (Renders) moved into the nighborhood 1960. Sara was my second mother as a child and a model of motherhood. My respect is everlasting and I know she still prays for all. Rest in Peace Sara Christie Render Hau
christie hau Oct 1 2016 9:27 AM
I guess mom and I only had one dust up in 47 years around this family. I once stated, " I grew up on beans, cornbread and fried potato's". She told me, "you can't live on that". I said "well I seem to be doing all right". Five years later, she sent me a small article out of the newspaper. It stated the combination of those items produced the same proteins as red meat. She apologized for doubting me. Integrity always. She never failed to send me a hand made birthday card and dollar. She always called me on veterans day and told me how much she appreciated my service. She was truly one of the best of the best and I will miss her always. I love mom. Thanks for being part of my life. Jim Washburn
Jim Washburn Jan 26 2016 3:20 PM
Being around your family are the memories that I have is a child they were all great,,, thank you Sarah for all things that you taught me by your example and sharing your family with me
Shirley Waltz Buschmeier Jan 25 2016 12:32 PM
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Leah Timmers Jan 24 2016 8:46 PM
Thank you mom for all the special times together and the example of love with which you led your life. We know we are your favorites, because you told us so many times. You were such a help to us while our children were young and we were happy to be of help to you and dad as time went by. We were there for each other whether it was to get you out of the broken locked bathroom, pick dad up off the floor or to just spend time together playing cards, dominoes or any other games together (even if you ended up third best). Whose turn is it? Your turn. You are first best now and forever! You won! We love you more than tongue can tell. Carolyn & Jim
Carolyn Thullen Jan 24 2016 4:17 PM