In Memory

Dee Dee Sadler - Class Of 1972



 
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04/05/09 06:59 PM #1    

Priscilla Mitts (Dietterich) (1971)

I remember how sweet and cute Dee Dee was. Her father owned the gas station were we got our gas. We all loved to go there and hang out. What a great family. It's just to sad she is not here to share in this fun.

04/08/09 11:58 AM #2    

Jean Williams (Murphy) (1972)

I recall going to Danny Jelley's end of the year party in 9th grade. None of the guys would dance, so Dee Dee and I had a great time dancing together.

I am sorry to hear that you aren't here. I hope you had fun up until the last second and lived life to the fullest!

05/28/09 10:31 AM #3    

Betsy Evans (Donahue) (1972)

Dee Dee was one of those people who lit up a room. I still remember her smile, hearing her laugh, and her dimples! She had an ageless beauty both inside and out. I was very shocked and sad to hear of Dee Dee's death and know her family misses her more than they can express.

04/23/11 01:26 PM #4    

Honey Flanagan (Flanagan) (1972)

Dee Dee and I were best friends in 6th grade.  We spent the night at each other's house every weekend. She was the cutest, sweetest friend I had ever had.  Our mothers were both short (like us) and both had a laugh that could be heard across
Chattanooga.  They were both chaperones for our big 6th grade trip to Lake Winnepesaukah.  We were so worried that they would be so loud and embarrass us!  They were loud, but we still had a great time.  She even got a kiss in the Boat Chute!  Rest in Peace, dear friend.


07/13/11 04:26 PM #5    

Myra Worsham (Martin) (1972)

DeeDee and I were friends from school and church.  I knew her brother Gary from Baylor and worked with him several summers at Play Camp.  Her sister Lisa was a sweetie too.  Loved her mom and dad.  I was so sorry to hear of her death.


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