Deceased Information

  • DECEASED

    Sara Tauber

  • AGE

    79

  • DATE OF DEATH

    Wednesday, April 13, 2022 (Before Sunset)

  • DATE OF FUNERAL

    Friday, April 15, 2022

  • TIME OF FUNERAL

    10:00 AM

  • PLACE OF FUNERAL

    Graveside

  • FUNERAL STREAM

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  • SHIVA INFORMATION

    Although the onset of Passover Friday evening precludes formally gathering for shiva, the family will be receiving people on Sunday, April 17th from 2 - 5pm at 5042 Hidden Branches Circle, Atlanta, 30338.

  • DONATIONS

  • OBITUARY

    TAUBER, Sara Gross, age 79, of Atlanta died peacefully on  April 13, 2022. She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Allison and Dan Fellner of Atlanta; daughter and son-in-law, Stacy and Brian Krapf of Savannah; grandchildren: Madeline and Eli Fellner, Max Krapf; and sister Paula Vernon of Columbia, South Carolina.

    Sara was a native of Columbia, South Carolina. She loved to dance as a teen in Myrtle Beach, an adult at Johnny’s Hideaway, and, in recent years, during happy hours at the Solana of East Cobb. Sara loved to cook for her friends and family.  She hosted huge Thanksgiving gatherings that were treasured by all who attended, and made chocolate chip cookies by the ton to share with others.  She enjoyed knitting, particularly when she made scarves and blankets to give to those in need. She was resourceful, smart and driven, and built a successful career that she really enjoyed. Sara was a devoted mother, grandmother, and friend, and will be sorely missed. Special thanks for the care provided by Weinstein Hospice, Solana of East Cobb, and her personal caregivers Jocelyn, Fatoumata, and Jazz.

    In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: Alzheimer’s Association  (www.alz.org), or another charity of your choice. Sign on-line guestbook at https://dresslerjewishfunerals.com . Funeral services will be held April 15, 2022 at 10:00 am at Arlington Memorial Park, 201 Mount Vernon Highway NW, Sandy Springs, GA 30328. Arrangements by Dressler's Jewish Funeral Care, Atlanta (770) 451-4999.

GUESTBOOK

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  • The Dressler Family

    May the memories of our loved ones remain for a blessing.

  • Emily and Willie Green

    Dear family, We are so sorry to hear about sweet Sara. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad sad time. We all have wonderful memories, the Greens


  • Ari Lipton and family

    We are so sorry to lose Sara. She was wonderful, warm and caring woman and dear friend to our whole family. I remember many Thanksgiving dinners all together, chaotic and hectic but filled with joy and togetherness. May her memory be a blessing. Sending love to the whole family ??


  • Dan & Candice Gulden

    Dear Stacy and Allison, having known your mom for well over 40 years, through her inclusive Thanksgiving dinners and other times, it was clear how much love she had for her children and grandchildren. She had an innate ability to help others through difficult times. Her being missed by so many is a sign of her impact on others. May the best memories remain a source of comfort. Candice and Dan


  • Bette Krapf

    Saddened to hear of your loss.. We love you Stacy!


  • Greg Krapf

    I am saddened for your loss. I always enjoyed talking to Sarah and interacting with her over the years. Greg


  • LINDA SANDERS

    SARA,DEAR, KNOWING YOU HAS ALWAYS BEEN A TREASURE. OUR HEARTFELT WISHES TO YOU AND YOUR WONDERFUL FAMILY. LINDA AND DAVID SANDERS.


  • BRENNA SERBY

    Sara & I met in late 50’s attending business school. She set me & Alan up on a blind date. We used to reminisce at high holidays at temple Sinai. So sorry for your loss. She was indeed special.


  • Jeannine and Aaron Altmann

    Allison,Stacy and Family, So sorry for the loss of your mom,Sara Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.


  • Barbara and Marty Pollock

    Dear Allison and Stacy and all of your family, We were so sorry to hear of Sara's death. She was a dear sweet person. You were wonderful daughters and she adored you. Thinking of you and all the past memories. Love, Barbara & Marty


  • BEVERLY ZOBLOTSKY

    So sorry to hear of Sara's passing. I have fond memories of playing cards with her in the early 1960's as a newly wed. Always enjoyed seeing her at Temple Sinai.


  • Elaine and Jerry Blumenthal

    Dear Allison, Stacey and family- Sara was a treasured friend for over 50 years. Out lives we’re richer for having known her. We hope, in time, memories will become consoling for you. With love,


  • Shelly Foster

    To Stacy and her entire family I send my prayers for comfort and warm memories of your loved one.


  • Jay Senoff

    I will miss a good friend.


  • Gloria and Bobby Miller

    Stacey, Allison, and family, we were so sorry to hear about your Mom. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. The beautiful memories you have will be with you forever. May she Rest In Peace.


  • Cookie Schaffer

    So very sorry to hear about your Mom. We knit scarves and blankets together at the Benson Center. We laughed a lot at our dropped stitches. May she rest in peace.


  • Linda Sherman

    Stacy and Allison, we are so sad to hear this news. Sara was a great friend, and we miss her already. She adored you both, and we will be thinking of of you.


  • Linda Baron

    Stacy, Allison and families, heartfelt condolences on the passing of Sara. Our families shared some wonderful times years ago and I will always have such fond memories.


  • Linda Miller

    There are no words how sorry for your families loss.Your Mom was a real lady and will always be on your shoulders,May she rest in peace


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