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Celebrating the life of
Sara Haeseler Jones
Passed away on April 29, 2019
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Islands Chapel
912-898-0900
  • Memorial Service
  • 3:00 p.m. - Saturday, May 04, 2019
  • Trinity Chapel United Methodist Church
  • 911 Butler Ave. (Map)
    Tybee Island, Georgia 31328

  • 912-786-4491

Allen our Prayers are with you and families. The Lord is covering you and giving you his strength during this time . ???? our Love is with also. Mary.

Mary Johnson Myers, Augusta, Ga

I am so sorry to hear about Ms Sara. Tracy and Brad, please know that you and your families are in my thoughts and prayers. May God grant you the peace and comfort you need at this difficult time.

Lori Ragsdale Bonds, Swainsboro , Georgia

Sara will surely be missed. She was such a great person. I loved her no nonsense to the point advice, whether you liked it or not, and her quick wit. She was truly one of a kind and loved all her family. I know she will be looking down with great pride as her grandchildren do great things in life!

Debbie Vanbrackle, Richmond Hill, GA

Sara was one special lady. She was a leader, teacher, mentor, and my friend. She changed the lives of thousands of students and she changed my life too. She taught me how to become a better teacher and a better person. We have known each other for 40 years and there has never really been a dull moment. Oh the stories I could tell. I love her and will miss her. I pray for God’s comfort to the family that I also love so much.

Judy Hendrix, Lyons, GA

Allan, you and Sara were among the first friends we made on Tybee. We have enjoyed exercising, talking football, and volunteering with you. Sara was such a card and always a good friend. She will be missed. We are holding you in our hearts. Lyn & Bill

Randall/Cannon, Tybee Island, GA

Brad and Tracey-your Mom was a great teacher, I always wanted to make her proud. So sorry for your loss. God Bless- '82

Lisa Garcia Strickland, Vidalia, GA

These words once eased my heart, hopefully they will do the same for you. " I will not say sorry for you loss, because you are not lost if you know where your soul will rest" May blessing be upon you and your family. Lee Watkins Walker

Lee Walker, Atlanta , ga

She will be sadly missed on Tybee - always willing to help and contribute time or whatever we needed at church - such a big Georgia fan - loved talking to her about the Dogs! Our thoughts and prayers to Allan an family!

Jackson, Paul and Terry, Tybee Island, , Ga.

Allan and family, My deepest condolences to all of you. Mrs Sara was the sweetest of sweets. As longtime neighbors on Tybee, she was always friendly and inviting. My girls would love to go over and sit with her on the porch and get treats from her. Please know I think of you all often and how special and loving you both were to my family during that time. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time. God Bless Lori Ryan (ward)

Lori Ryan (Ward), Clyo, Ga

What a wonderful experience knowing Allan and Sara these past years. We will miss Sara but will never forget her. She is engrained in our hearts forever! So many good times and sharing our hard times together! It is a huge loss for our group of friends. May we all cherish our memories as she is released to our Maker and know she is in a better place. We love you Sara and Allan??And Sara May you Rest In Peace.

Ron and Carlette Calloway, Tybee Island, GA

What beautiful, fun-filled memories we have with Sara--Cicinnati, 1988, Washington,1993 (Judy's car wouldn't start), numerous visits at Tybee. She was a mentor to many future mentors. Fly high Sara! Eat well and wear elastic waists.

Jimmy and Daphne Jones, Cochran, GA

Allan, Tracy and Brad, I am so sorry to hear of Sara Floyd’s passing. It has been many years since last I saw her which was at my brother, Leslie Jr., and wife, Annette’s 50th wedding anniversary. I was the little cousin who lived next door. I and Ann (Rackley Cline) were in your wedding. There are not many left of the Haeseler family; those of us first cousins left are in Georgia and Texas. My heart goes out to you and know how much you will feel her loss. Sara is forever in our hearts. Sending much love. Cheryl

Cheryl Jenkins Cato, first cousin, Bastrop, Texas

So sad to hear this. She was a wonderful person who took my daughter (Judy) under her wing and made her a very successful teacher. I credit her success to Sarah's mentoring and love. She will be missed by many.

Jean Thorne, Vidalia, GA

Sara Haeseler Jones of Tybee Island, Georgia went to be with her Lord on April 29, 2019.

Mrs. Jones, a native of Sardis, Georgia, was the only child of Samuel Burchardt and Naomi Floyd Haeseler. She was married to Frederick Allan Jones of Raleigh, North Carolina.

She graduated from SGA High School in 1954 and then attended the University of Georgia where she obtained a BS Degree in Business Education. She was a member of the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. Upon completion of college, she taught school in Screven and Burke counties. After relocating to Swainsboro, Georgia, she completed her teaching career at Swainsboro High School where she served as coordinator of the Cooperative Business Education work experience program, Chairperson of the Vocational Education Department, and as advisor of The Future Business Leaders of America. She was a member of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International.

On Tybee, Mrs. Jones was a member of Trinity Chapel United Methodist Church and the American Legion 154 Auxiliary. She volunteered with the Tybee Beautification Association and served as their Treasurer.

Mrs. Jones is survived by her husband of 60 years, Frederick Allan Jones of Tybee Island, Georgia; son, Allan Bradford Jones and his wife, Catherine of Marietta, Georgia; daughter, Tracey Jones Inglesby and her husband, Henry of Richmond Hill, Georgia; grandchildren, Caroline Jones, Will Jones, Jacob Jones, Sarah Elizabeth Inglesby, Phillip Inglesby; and brother-in-law, Robert Jones and his wife, Anne of Blowing Rock, North Carolina.

A memorial service will be held at 3:00 p.m., Saturday, May 4, 2019 at Trinity Chapel United Methodist Church, Tybee Island.

Remembrances: Trinity Chapel United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 1203, Tybee Island, Georgia 31328.

 

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Candle tribute lit by Annette Bailey — Georgia

Allen our Prayers are with you and families. The Lord is covering you and giving you his strength during this time . ???? our Love is with also. Mary.

Mary Johnson Myers, Augusta, Ga

I am so sorry to hear about Ms Sara. Tracy and Brad, please know that you and your families are in my thoughts and prayers. May God grant you the peace and comfort you need at this difficult time.

Lori Ragsdale Bonds, Swainsboro , Georgia

Candle tribute lit by Carol and Chris Mann — Georgia

Candle tribute lit by Vivian Lovett — Georgia

Sara will surely be missed. She was such a great person. I loved her no nonsense to the point advice, whether you liked it or not, and her quick wit. She was truly one of a kind and loved all her family. I know she will be looking down with great pride as her grandchildren do great things in life!

Debbie Vanbrackle, Richmond Hill, GA

Candle tribute lit by Erma Jenkins — Georgia

Sara was one special lady. She was a leader, teacher, mentor, and my friend. She changed the lives of thousands of students and she changed my life too. She taught me how to become a better teacher and a better person. We have known each other for 40 years and there has never really been a dull moment. Oh the stories I could tell. I love her and will miss her. I pray for God’s comfort to the family that I also love so much.

Judy Hendrix, Lyons, GA

Allan, you and Sara were among the first friends we made on Tybee. We have enjoyed exercising, talking football, and volunteering with you. Sara was such a card and always a good friend. She will be missed. We are holding you in our hearts. Lyn & Bill

Randall/Cannon, Tybee Island, GA

Brad and Tracey-your Mom was a great teacher, I always wanted to make her proud. So sorry for your loss. God Bless- '82

Lisa Garcia Strickland, Vidalia, GA

These words once eased my heart, hopefully they will do the same for you. " I will not say sorry for you loss, because you are not lost if you know where your soul will rest" May blessing be upon you and your family. Lee Watkins Walker

Lee Walker, Atlanta , ga

She will be sadly missed on Tybee - always willing to help and contribute time or whatever we needed at church - such a big Georgia fan - loved talking to her about the Dogs! Our thoughts and prayers to Allan an family!

Jackson, Paul and Terry, Tybee Island, , Ga.

Allan and family, My deepest condolences to all of you. Mrs Sara was the sweetest of sweets. As longtime neighbors on Tybee, she was always friendly and inviting. My girls would love to go over and sit with her on the porch and get treats from her. Please know I think of you all often and how special and loving you both were to my family during that time. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time. God Bless Lori Ryan (ward)

Lori Ryan (Ward), Clyo, Ga

What a wonderful experience knowing Allan and Sara these past years. We will miss Sara but will never forget her. She is engrained in our hearts forever! So many good times and sharing our hard times together! It is a huge loss for our group of friends. May we all cherish our memories as she is released to our Maker and know she is in a better place. We love you Sara and Allan??And Sara May you Rest In Peace.

Ron and Carlette Calloway, Tybee Island, GA

What beautiful, fun-filled memories we have with Sara--Cicinnati, 1988, Washington,1993 (Judy's car wouldn't start), numerous visits at Tybee. She was a mentor to many future mentors. Fly high Sara! Eat well and wear elastic waists.

Jimmy and Daphne Jones, Cochran, GA

Allan, Tracy and Brad, I am so sorry to hear of Sara Floyd’s passing. It has been many years since last I saw her which was at my brother, Leslie Jr., and wife, Annette’s 50th wedding anniversary. I was the little cousin who lived next door. I and Ann (Rackley Cline) were in your wedding. There are not many left of the Haeseler family; those of us first cousins left are in Georgia and Texas. My heart goes out to you and know how much you will feel her loss. Sara is forever in our hearts. Sending much love. Cheryl

Cheryl Jenkins Cato, first cousin, Bastrop, Texas

Candle tribute lit by Amy Willett Trussell — Florida

Candle tribute lit by Ann Cline — Georgia

So sad to hear this. She was a wonderful person who took my daughter (Judy) under her wing and made her a very successful teacher. I credit her success to Sarah's mentoring and love. She will be missed by many.

Jean Thorne, Vidalia, GA


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