Sarah Hochkins, 33, of Marietta, departed her earthly home, bound for her eternal home in glory, Easter Sunday, April 1, 2018.
She was born Jan. 10, 1985, in Lithia Springs, to father, John Thomas Hochkins, and mother, Susan Dragoo Hochkins.
She is preceded in death and welcomed home by grandparents, John and Elizabeth Hochkins, of Northville, Mich.; Aubrey and Bulah Dragoo, of Marietta; uncle, David Hochkins, of Canton; aunt, Connie Kubik, of Plymouth, Mich.; and cousin, Glenn “Sonny” Goetz, of Thrall, Texas.
She is survived by father and mother, John and Susan Hochkins, of Ellijay; sister and brother-in-law, Mary and Jeff Cochran, of Kennesaw; aunts and uncles, Betty Goetz, of Lexington, Texas; Janice Long, of Cartersville; Ethel and Roy Lambert, of Ellijay, Duane and Kay Dragoo, of Royse City, Texas; Robert Dragoo, of Cartersville, Paul Hochkins, of Ellenton, Fla.; companion and sons, Andy Wallace, Nicholas and Logan Wallace, all of Marietta; and special dog, Lady.
Sarah attended Tennessee Tech University on a softball scholarship with a strong bat and great speed in left field. She was a gifted vocalist who enjoyed singing hymns with her family. Sarah was a talented cosmetologist who took personal pride in honing her craft and making people look their absolute best.
Everyone will always remember her sunny personality and smile that made her eyes sparkle. Even though Sarah only spent 33 years with us, she lived life to the fullest and made the most of every day. We will always carry Sarah in our hearts and remember what she taught us about being present in every moment and loving the people near and dear to our hearts.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 8, 2018, at the Logan Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Harden Hopper and Dr. Tom Jordan officiating.
Music was by Marla Bishop, Cartecay Baptist Church Choir and the Cartecay United Methodist Church Choir.
Interment followed in the Little River United Methodist Church Cemetery in Woodstock.
Pallbearers were Greg Lambert, Clifton Lambert, Matt LaStar, Lance LaStar, Casey Goetz and Cary Goetz.
Sarah was buried next to her beloved grandmother, Bulah Dragoo.
Memorial contributions can be made to Gideon’s International Ellijay Camp, P.O. Box 1704, Ellijay, GA 30540 in memory of Ms. Sarah Hochkins.
Condolences can be made at www.loganfuneralhome.com.