Remember Sarah Bishop
home remembrance book
camp adams scholarship photo album contact
intro page poetry


Iain More for Iain More and Pam Siler

Cindy Sousa

Bob & Karen Williams
Megan, Tom & Brittany Sesulka
Mindy & Mike Hescock

Alice Williams Jackson

Armon Bud Ketchum

Nicola DeBolt Robertson

Andy Maffei and Ruth Weston

Kyrie’ Thompson

Gina Fleck

Carrie Hanson

Andrew Huddleston

Nancy Cushwa & Peter Teneau

Anne LaVallee

Evie Frost

Isaac Kamola

Brian Griffin

Karl Anderson

Steve Sall

Ken Denniston

Johan Sandberg

Eve Heidtmann
Sarah and Evan

Jonathan Scott Dickson

Amy Leavitt

Jody Houghton

Jennifer Voelker

Wendy Gerlach

Mike and Barb Russell and Family

Cathy Tinker

Justin Gardiner

Heidi Harr

Emilie Shireen Press

Micah Russell

Elise Thatcher


Amanda Deutch

Griff Ocker

Kate Brandy

From the PCTA hikers list

Judy Bishop


Wendy Gerlach

Sarah has been babysitting for me ever since I moved here five years ago. She was basically my only sitter, since it was impossible to find any other sitter who could compare. Sarah had a confidence and poise that made it easy for her to be in charge. There was lots of time left over for her to have a good time with the children—and they did some amazing projects. I’d come home and find they’d written books—once a hard-bound book of poetry—or made monster cards, or produced a movie (we have Sarah as an actress on film). They wrote comic strips, played Monopoly, made a cardboard jungle for the Lego men. She always made my children feel like valuable people that she wanted to spend time with.

For me, Sarah was almost a co-parent. Since I’ve been single all this time, she was one of the few people with whom I could discuss my children—their traits, their development, what issues needed work. I admired and respected her experience and skill in dealing with children and teenagers. I heard her counseling runaways on the phone a couple of times, and heard how her generous intelligence helped the person on the other end of the line.

I felt, and still feel, lucky to have had Sarah spend so much time with me and my children. Her time with us was a gift to our family. I of course hoped that she’d continue to be there. Even with this tragic loss, I appreciate so much what she gave to us over the past five years.

My heart goes out to you in your loss of a daughter who was one of the brightest, finest, kindest people I have been lucky to know. I thank you, as her parents, for the person who provided so much fun, guidance, and support to us. I hope she knew how much she meant to us.

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