Let the memory of Sadnah be with us forever
  • 72 years old
  • Born on August 3, 1939 .
  • Passed away on June 13, 2012 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Sadnah Lembo 72 years old , born on August 3, 1939 and passed away on June 13, 2012. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Gael Ashwood on 1st September 2017
Dear Sadnah, I smile to you daily as I walk past your parting gift of the four directions that now keeps guard beside my doorway...a symbol that you embraced everything no matter what face it showed.. You knew I would favor the old man of the north...strong and wise with eyes searching for the Aurora Borealis...like you who turned all to love and laughter and magic...you, who shared your home and your heart.I shall never forget.
Posted by Dean Lacoe on 3rd August 2016
I love the beautiful piece of art you created that hangs in my bedroom, the drum circle you started that stirred the Senior Center, discovering you had been arrested 17 times— protesting war and nukes. Thanks for all the graces and gift you brought to this world: especially Leslie! What a well-lived life and sweet blessings upon your eternal Soul.
Posted by Leslie Lembo on 13th June 2015
3 years... Lately I can think about you without weeping. I can feel you without grief. I can hear your voice and feel your direction and advice. Why you left so early I still don't understand. I guess you craved your return to Spirit. You were ready to bloom into your new life. As. Much as I miss you,I am proud of your evolution.
Posted by Leslie Lembo on 13th June 2015
3 years... Lately I can think about you without weeping. I can feel you without grief. I can hear your voice and feel your direction and advice. Why you left so early I still don't understand. I guess you craved your return to Spirit. You were ready to bloom into your new life. As. Much as I miss you,I am proud of your evolution.
Posted by Glorianna Buynak on 15th June 2014
Dear Sadnah, I still cherish the fond memories I have of you...a passionate loving friend, artist. Caring about the earth, praying for peace, drumming at the solistice parade...and your big smile and huge heart. Lot's of love to your family and friends....I know you are in good hands!
Posted by Leslie Lembo on 13th June 2014
Two years have passed since you flew away. I am just now able to breathe...I miss you so much and need to believe I will be re united with you again...somewhere...some time... I can feel you with me...urging me not to be sad...urging me to joyful and creative. The landscape of my new life without you in form is foreign to me. I am walking a new land without you in it, I am walking always with you in my heart.
Posted by Deb Amandoli on 13th June 2013
Sadnah.....I think about you so much! Your beauty, love, your smile, your unconditional love for me from the first time I met you - I think I was 5y.....Hope you are singing, dancing, drumming, and entertaining the masses! Love, Debbie, Henry, Dino and Lucas
Posted by Mary Wyman on 13th June 2013
In remembrance of Sadnah It was such a gift to meet and get to know Sadnah- all of her beauty, her aliveness, her creativity, her grace and her thoughtfulness. She gifted us with several lovely paintings that were so representative of her being- full of color and female beauty. Thank you for allowing me to know you Sadnah.
Posted by Dean Lacoe on 13th June 2013
Sadnah, a year has passed so quickly. Time is flying! It reminds me to enjoy my life: right now, like you did; boldly making art, boldly speaking out, laughing easily and often, and loving! The great teacher of Peace Jesus said " my father's mansion has many rooms." Well, wherever you abide now, I trust it is beautiful and loving, as you are.. We Love you.
Posted by Rose Pizzorno on 6th May 2013
Sadnah, your spirit, joy, and beauty touched so many people in so many ways. You opened Guusje to the possibility of birth and you gave me the vision of what it is to live a life fully awake. I look in my garden and see the spirits you left behind to remind me. You are always in my heart and all who you were is carried on in your children.
Posted by Dean Lacoe on 6th May 2013
I felt your Momma when I heard the drums of Mayday. I admire the spirit she brought to life with her activism and her art. And most of all, I appreciate her for calling YOU in!! Thank you Sadnah! May your ongoing adventure continue in the spirit realms.
Posted by Hrieth Pezzi on 3rd May 2013
yes, dear Leslie and family. Lani and I were talking about your mama today; the wonders of her creativity and the largeness of her wing spread upon this land. And here, on the eve of another MayDay, I feel her hovering, hands to the drum, smile radiant, beaming "all is so so well". "All is So Well"! with love for your mama and for you. Hrieth
Posted by Leslie Lembo on 3rd May 2013
This poem was with Sadnah. "You are there when I wake in the morning. You are there at the end of the day. In the scent of you Presence I find you. Guiding my soul each step of the way. Sadnah died like she lived...full of Spirit and connection...and LOVE
Posted by Leslie Lembo on 3rd May 2013
Sadnah was one of kind! She reached for Spirit and laughter in every creative act she pursued. Every morning at dawn,I can feel her freedom and liberation. I miss her so much

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