Sarah E. Orn

Sunday Star - - OBITUARIES -

BRENT­WOOD, CALIF. — Sarah El­iz­a­beth Orn (Waldis) passed away on Sept. 21,

2018, in Brent­wood, Calif. She was 96 years old.

Sarah was born in Fed­er­als­burg, Md., on Aug. 22,

1922. Her par­ents were Joseph and Min­nie Scott Waldis. Sarah grad­u­ated from Fed­er­als­burg High School in 1941. She mar­ried Leonard Orn, an en­sign in the U.S. Navy, on April 8, 1944. Leonard was in the Navy and the Air Force for a to­tal of 23 years, so they trav­eled a lot. Pamela was born in Hawthorne, Nev.; Bon­nie and Gary were born in Wash­ing­ton, D.C. They lived in Ed­in­burgh, Scot­land, for one year. In

1952, they set­tled in Cas­tro

Val­ley, in the Bay Area of Cal­i­for­nia, where Sarah lived un­til her death.

Sarah and Leonard di­vorced in 1964. Sarah worked in re­tail at Cap­wells and Macy’s for 22 years. She was an ex­pert in mat­tresses and bed­ding linens. She was also pretty good at bowl­ing. She played in bowl­ing leagues for sev­eral years. She loved go­ing to Fish­er­man’s Wharf in San Fran­cisco for a Crab Louie, and we did that every time we vis­ited.

Sarah is sur­vived by her three chil­dren, Pamela Og­den (Bryan) of Ta­coma, Wash., Bon­nie Bax­ter of Sacra­mento, Calif.,Gary Orn of Brent­wood, Calif.; seven grand­chil­dren, David Og­den (Lisa) of Hills­boro,

Ore., Peter Og­den (Linda) of Sam­mamish, Wash., Laura Og­den of Squamish, B.C., Canada, Tony Ro­driguez (Yulie) of Fol­som, Calif., Julie Wil­liams (Richard) of Cas­tro Val­ley, Calif., Scott Orn (Vanessa) of San Fran­cisco, Calif., Ryan Orn (Effie) of Sacra­mento, Calif.; 15 great-grand­chil­dren; also a sis­ter, Mar­garet Wheat­ley of Fed­er­als­burg, Md.

Sarah was a won­der­ful woman and a lov­ing mother and we will miss her.

A burial ser­vice will be held on Oct. 17, 1 p.m. at Hill­crest Ceme­tery in Fed­er­als­burg, Md., with Pam Bockart of­fi­ci­at­ing.

In lieu of flow­ers, do­na­tions can be made to the Amer­i­can Can­cer So­ci­ety.

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