Sarah Elizabeth Moreno

sarah moreno
ARLINGTON -- Sarah Elizabeth Moreno, 47, passed away Thursday, May 16, 2013, in Dallas. Funeral: 3 p.m. Saturday, Wade Family Funeral Home, 4140 W. Pioneer Pkwy., Arlington. Interment: Johnson Station Cemetery, Arlington. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Sarah was born March 7, 1966, in Oklahoma City, Okla., to Billy Robert and Georgia Harp Hendrix. She was a 1984 graduate of Nimitz Senior High School in Irving. A lifelong choir member, she was active in the church choir and later served as president of Bowie High School Choir Boosters for three years. Her work life consisted of 15 years as restaurant manager for Taco Bell and 11 years as warranty team logistics lead with CompuCom systems. Most recently she worked as the office manager for More2Life Church in Irving, where she was also a member. Sarah was interviewed by Channel 11 News in 2005 about her cancer journey and her faith. She collaborated on a video about cancer in the workplace published by in 2005. Survivors: Husband, Joseph George Moreno; daughter, Kathryn Elizabeth Moreno; mother, Georgia Harp Hendrix; father, Billy Robert Hendrix Sr.; brothers, William Conkie and Billy Robert Hendrix Jr.; sisters, Mary Ruth Hendrix and Tammara Moreno; numerous family and friends.

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  1. My wife and are so very sorry for your loss. We will be praying for your family through this difficult time.

  2. I’m still in shock – you were such a fighter, I never doubted you would beat it again this time. I’m going to miss you so very much – love you cuz!

  3. Love to you and your family, will always have great memories of you. Will miss talking with you. Wonderful lady!!

  4. Mr. Moreno and Kathryn,
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Kathryn, your mother must have been an amazing lady because she has raised an amazing daughter and you reflect her spirit and grace. Thinking of you – Love, Mrs. Wilhelm

  5. I am very sorry to hear about the loss of Sarah. I had gotten to take care of her quite a bit over the last year. Sarah was always so down to earth and fun to talk to. I enjoyed my time as her nurse and will keep you and your daughter in my thoughts.

  6. We are so sorry to hear of Sarah’s passing but know she is now in the arms of God. Loved you dearly Sarah and know you will be missed.

  7. I had the privilege of taking care of Mrs. Moreno several times over the last few weeks. After I made my evening rounds, I would go back to her room for “girl talk” as we called it. She always, ALWAYS started the conversation with what was going on with her “baby girl.” From choir trips to Atlanta, prom dresses or her thoughts about her little girl growing up and moving to College Station, there was no doubt you were the center of her universe. Kathryn, she was so very proud of you, and loved you so much. On days when she didn’t fell well her bright blue eyes would come to life when I asked about you. Sarah was an inspiration to all of us, and you all will continuously be in my thoughts and prayers.

  8. I have so many memories to share, Sarah your really were the best sister I could have asked for even with all our ups and downs. I still say you owe me a canopy bed for the one you, ok we broke lol. We always had the best of times when we hung out. Thanks for always being there for me and looking out for me. Oh and I have you covered in the pinky toe thing and I will take care of the fudge too. I Love you so very much, you will never be forgotten

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