Dr. Sarah Sadler
OBITUARY FROM THE PACIFIC UNION RECORDER
A PUBLICATION OF THE SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH.
COLLEGE PLACE, WASHINGTON, AUGUST 13, 1946
Dr. Sarah Izzabell Sadler was born in Spencer, Indiana, July 23, 1856, and died July 2, 1946 in Seattle, Washington.
Samuel and Catherine Wilson, her parents, accepted the Advent message when she was ten under the labors of Elder S. H. Lane. They moved to Battle Creek, where Sarah received instruction in Christian salesmanship from Elder Froom and then labored faithfully in the colporter field with success.
Her daughter Marie, who survives, accompanied her to Seattle in 1901, where she connected with the Battle Creek Branch Sanitarium, under the management of Dr. Alfred Shryock, as ear, nose and throat specialist, continuing practice till 1921.
Sister Sadler's hip was broken twelve years ago and her regular attendance at the Central church ceased. However, she kept in close touch with the progress of the message, and had an abiding confidence that she would soon see her blessed Redeemer.
Services were conducted in Butterworths Chapel of Memories and she was laid to rest in Lakeview Cemetery.