1928 - 2012, Santa Barbara
03/19/1928 - 05/14/2012
One who truly broke the mold has moved on to other pastures.
From a woman pioneer in the aviation industry in Colorado to the scores of La Colina students in Santa Barbara to the world of horse race tracks and trainers, Sally was an inspiration to all.
A master of sardonic wit, the penultimate hostess, the person you would always want to walk beside you, she will be truly missed by those who knew her. Sally was the personification of confident individualism, while at the same time being a completely devoted wife/partner. It's rare to have each quality without one diminishing the other. Many people pass through our lives and never leave a mark. Sally though, influenced a multitude of people encouraging curiosity and original thought. She gave invaluable and "nifty" perspective to all she came in contact with.
We, her friends, her family and everyone she supported over the years, are all better off having had her in our lives. Remembrances may be made to Visiting Nurses, Right at Home, DAWG or the Humane Society.