In memory of
Sally Kaye Brock Fawcett
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In memory of
Sally Kaye Brock Fawcett
Sally Kaye Brock Fawcett Sally Fawcett passed away suddenly but peacefully at Sarasota Memorial Hospital on Saturday, February 6th 2021 with her immediate family by her side. She was born in Rumford, Maine, the eldest of three children of Norman and Rae Brock, who are predeceased. She is survived by her husband Reg, son Ted (Elaine), daughter Rhea (Tom), granddaughters Scarlett, Madeline, and Stella, sister Susan Gordon (Ken), and brother Bill Brock, as well as nieces and cousins in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Maine. Sally graduated from Edward Little High School in Auburn, Maine, in 1961, and Boston University (BU), on an academic scholarship, in 1965. While at BU, she was homecoming queen and the Miss Massachusetts College Queen, appearing on the Ed Sullivan Show. Sally married her husband Reg and they have been together for more than 55 years, moving from Providence to Barrington, RI, to Vestal and Pittsford, NY. Upon Reg's retirement, they moved to Sarasota, FL and have been residents of the Sanderling Club since 1998. Early in her career she was an elementary school teacher, and after her children were born, she became a very active and involved mother. Community activities included town advisory committees, school boards, the preservation of historic farms in Pittsford, and supporting Hospice of Rochester. In Sarasota, she was a quiet advocate of veterans, and honored their service by attending funerals for those who had no family support. Sally took up golf at Monroe Golf Club in Pittsford and continued her enjoyment of the game at Laurel Oak Country Club in Sarasota. She was a fixture at the Sanderling cabanas, and loved her four-legged friends. Sally was passionate about being a mother and grandmother. She was an avid reader. She embraced learning, meeting new people, and was always up for an adventure (big or small). She had an infectious smile and a loud, boisterous laugh. Those who knew Sally describe her as full of life, intelligent, independent, strong-minded, resilient, and endlessly fun-loving. She was well loved and will be deeply missed by many.
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5750 Swift Road
Sarasota, FL 34231
In memory of
Sally Kaye Brock Fawcett
Sally Kaye Brock Fawcett Sally Fawcett passed away suddenly but peacefully at Sarasota Memorial Hospital on Saturday, February 6th 2021 with her immediate family by her side. She was born in Rumford, Maine, the eldest of three children of Norman and Rae Brock, who are predeceased. She is survived by her husband Reg, son Ted (Elaine), daughter Rhea (Tom), granddaughters Scarlett, Madeline, and Stella, sister Susan Gordon (Ken), and brother Bill Brock, as well as nieces and cousins in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Maine. Sally graduated from Edward Little High School in Auburn, Maine, in 1961, and Boston University (BU), on an academic scholarship, in 1965. While at BU, she was homecoming queen and the Miss Massachusetts College Queen, appearing on the Ed Sullivan Show. Sally married her husband Reg and they have been together for more than 55 years, moving from Providence to Barrington, RI, to Vestal and Pittsford, NY. Upon Reg's retirement, they moved to Sarasota, FL and have been residents of the Sanderling Club since 1998. Early in her career she was an elementary school teacher, and after her children were born, she became a very active and involved mother. Community activities included town advisory committees, school boards, the preservation of historic farms in Pittsford, and supporting Hospice of Rochester. In Sarasota, she was a quiet advocate of veterans, and honored their service by attending funerals for those who had no family support. Sally took up golf at Monroe Golf Club in Pittsford and continued her enjoyment of the game at Laurel Oak Country Club in Sarasota. She was a fixture at the Sanderling cabanas, and loved her four-legged friends. Sally was passionate about being a mother and grandmother. She was an avid reader. She embraced learning, meeting new people, and was always up for an adventure (big or small). She had an infectious smile and a loud, boisterous laugh. Those who knew Sally describe her as full of life, intelligent, independent, strong-minded, resilient, and endlessly fun-loving. She was well loved and will be deeply missed by many.
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Services Provided By
Jennings Funeral Home & Crematory
5750 Swift Road
Sarasota, FL 34231
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