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Sara Lee Bosworth
January 8, 1948 ~ October 28, 2023 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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Sara was born on January 8, 1948, in Sicily Island, Louisiana. She graduated from Martin High School, Class of 1966. She later attended the Grambling State University in the education field. She attended Robinson and Louisiana Business College and Business. Sara received her Seminary Certification with Word of Truth Bible College. She was married in 1968 to Mr. Bennie Bosworth, Jr.
She was employed by ITT Pneumotive, Olincraft Paper Mill, and was an Oil Rig offshore cook. She had several part-time jobs doing what she loved: caring for people and kids until she was disabled.
She served as a faithful member under the leadership of the late Bishop Jim D. Moore and Overseer Peggy Moroe at Empire Church/ New Covenant and Bishop Steven L. Glover, Sr., at Perfecting Word as Church Mother before she moved back to Monroe. She also served under Pastor Orlando Freemont, where she was mother of Glory Church and the nursery monitor, faithfully until her passing.
She was preceded in death by both parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo and Fredonia Brown of Wildsville, LA, and Sicily Island, LA, respectively; and siblings, Evelyn Jean Jackson (Charles), Georgia M. Brown, Cathy C. Brown Holmes, and Benny R. Brown.
She was survived by her children, Lederle Reneé Brown of Monroe, LA; Romona Yvette Reed (Robert) of Monroe, LA; Danita Bosworth of Monroe, LA; and Dwight Bosworth of Denham Springs, LA; three bonus children, Jasman Lemon Brown, Sheldon Floyd Wiley, and Elke Harris; two brothers, Elmo Brown, Sr., (Evelyn) of Houston, TX, and Karl Brown of Gulfport, MS; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
Mother to many, Granny to all.
We would like to thank the staff at Northeast Freesius Kidney Hemodialysis Center, St. Francis Primary Clinic, Humana Home Health, and Willis Knighton Critical Care Team for all your medical care.