The world lost a brave and beloved woman in Sara Singer last Wednesday. Born in and surviving Holocaust Poland, Sara and her family boarded the Exodus 1947 when she was only three years old, landing as refugees in British Mandatory Palestine. Sara immigrated to Minneapolis at thirteen, where she graduated from North High School.
She was never afraid of change, and lived her life to the fullest in Minneapolis, Palm Springs, Las Vegas, and finally, Tarzana, where she spent the last six months enjoying the company of family and friends. Sara carried her confidence and liveliness with her from birth all the way through the end, never fearing to speak her mind or crack a well-needed joke.
She is survived by her two sisters, Esther and Alona, three children, Misty, Corrie, and Charles, her son- and daughter-in-law Dorian and Divine, as well as nine grandchildren, Alexis, Tiffany, Kai, Rio, Yasmine, Jonathan, Storm, Skyy, and Rain. She will be sorely missed. To all that would like to join in celebration of Sara’s life, the memorial will take place at 1500 Sepulveda, Mission Hills, CA on Monday, January 22nd at 3pm.