Following a brief illness, Sara (Sally) Wolfe gently passed away surrounded by her loving family. She lived a long and full life - experiencing this world from before the Great Depression to the Age of Information. Her family moved to Beloit WI when she was in 3rd grade where she met an "entertaining" classmate named Arthur. They married in 1945, living happily until his death 63 years later. She is survived by her three daughters and son's in law: Linda and Barry Lishawa, Sally and Steve Meach, and Laura and Rob Eversole; her grandchildren Brian Lishawa, Shane Lishawa, Matthew Meach, Daniel Meach, Caleb Eversole and Kiley Eversole; her brother Glen Staton; seven great grandchildren, and nieces and nephews. Growing up, Sara took music, dance, gymnastics, and singing lessons - performing locally. She braved the skies with flying lessons at a time when most women didn't do such things. Later, she attended Beloit College, pledged the Tri Delta Sorority, and majored in voice. She remained in college until marrying Arthur in 1945. Sara and Arthur settled in Plainwell, Michigan, in 1956. She valued all critters large and small whether it be the raccoons that ravaged her flower pots or rescuing an unfortunate ant that had fallen into her bath. It's not surprising that Sara had a number of pets she loved and doted on. She also nurtured the local woodland birds and her lady slippers and lupines. She was a competitor when it came to golf, winning a number of club championships. At the age of 82, she beat two of her son's-in-law in a golf match - a humbling experience for them that she quietly relished. She loved card games - especially bridge, and was in numerous groups throughout the years. She and Art gave the greatest gift to their three daughters when they purchased property on Pyramid Point in Leelanau County. There, the family would awaken to the sound of waves and a majestic view of the Manitou Islands. Sara spent hours walking the beach - collecting stones to finish and decorate the cottage she helped build. She and our father would paddle up the lake, later returning with their canoe heaped with driftwood and barely above the water. Though the cottage is long gone after becoming part of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Park, Sara and Art's children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren continue to love their frequent visits to this very special place. Sara will be greatly missed by her family and friends. Cheers to you Mom. We love you very much!