ForeverMissed
 
Posted by Leah Smiles on May 10, 2021
I have no idea where to begin. Words can’t ever express what Sarah meant to me. I loved her so much. She was such a special girl. Having Sarah as my little sister and partner growing up made me a better person. She was always positive, always forgiving, and never complained even though she faced so many struggles in her life. I felt like it was my job to take care of her, protect her and always keep her safe. Anytime she suffered it ripped me apart because I felt like I wasnt doing my job. The last time I saw Sarah was via google duo and I told her how much I loved her and that all her siblings were on the way to see her. I told her that everything was okay because I knew that even as Sarah laid in that hospital bed she was worried about us, and how we were feeling. I didn’t know it would be the last time I saw her but I knew that she was nearing the end of her life and I begged Jehovah to give her peace. Her strength was unmatched because she relied on Jehovah. She was everything to me, and there will never be a girl as special as her. My heart will forever be in pieces, I never imagined I’d have to live in a world without Sarah. I just want her back so badly. Although I have no idea how to process this level of pain and loss, I will do my best to follow Sarah’s example and hold on tight to Jehovah as I navigate life without my favorite girl. I owe it to her to be there to welcome her back when Jehovah wakes her up, until then I’ll hold on for my Sarah.
Posted by Michelle Pulluaim on May 9, 2021
My precious little Sarah. So much to say. I loved her with more than a siblings love. She truly was the strongest person I knew. I always told her my love for Jehovah and her were "my reasons" for getting through anything. She would look at me so serious and touch my hand and say " ok Michelle", she understood. Then I'd make her laugh. Her spirituality, her love for Jehovah, for me, for others was outstanding. She couldn't walk but she sure didn't stay still. She was so smart, genuinely kind, cool, funny and a pretty good singer. She faced her problems with a strength I will surely adopt. She was truly the best of us. Her struggles just made her more loving, more empathetic. She was just like Abraham, Jehovah's loyal friend. She was my friend. My baby sister, Sarah, the Princess. I'm so proud of her and how she affected people. I can't wait to see and hold and hug her so tight. My heart will be healed as soon as I lay eyes on her again.
Posted by Jennifer Greene on May 6, 2021
My baby sister Sarah, she loved Jehovah and made the Truth her own against all odds, I remember making fried chicken wings together her very first time and she'd dip the chicken in the flour and just thought it was so funny, we talk about all kind of girl gossip, and she Loved my
"free style" songs I got a chance to sing to her one last time, and even though she was sick my little Sarah gave a smile and wiggled her hands to let me know she loved it. I wanted so bad to embrace her and just see her face one last time the Family came rushing booking flights to San Diego that we all ended up on the same flight and it wasn't even planned that way, but its ok all her brothers/sisters & (adriana) (sweetp) (elijah) were there with mom and dad
What's bitter/ sweet is I never had the chance to give her/her "gift" it was a very stylish pink purse, lipgloss, and in Sarahs words
"a little cash"...My Sarah...One day soon I'll hear her say "Hi Jennifer "❤
Love, hugs, & bugs
Posted by Adriana Pulluaim on May 5, 2021
My Sarah means the world to me, she came into my life 18 years ago. She was only 14 years old, but she taught me so much. If you just looked into her eyes, she had a way to communicate, just how she felt. I admired her personality, her strength, her endurance, her patience, her concern for others, her joy, and most of all her relationship with Jehovah. Sarah will always be like my fleshy sister, that I never had. I'm forever grateful that I had a special place in your heart, because that's just what you mean to me, my dear Sarah, my sister and my friend.
Posted by David Pulluaim on May 4, 2021
I could write many, many things about who Sarah was but today I will only note what she meant to me...
I literally remember the day Sarah came home from the hospital 32 years ago. I remember the house we lived in. I remember what we were watching on tv. It’s like everything stopped, though, when mama and daddy got in the house. We were anticipating who this new precious sibling was gonna be. When I finally saw her I immediately knew I loved her. I’ve never stopped loving my baby sister since. And though there has been a brief pause of her life I will never stop loving her. And like so many years ago waiting for my precious Sarah to come home...I eagerly anticipate the day her Heavenly Father brings her back home to all of us when all things will be made new.

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Posted by Leah Smiles on May 10, 2021
I have no idea where to begin. Words can’t ever express what Sarah meant to me. I loved her so much. She was such a special girl. Having Sarah as my little sister and partner growing up made me a better person. She was always positive, always forgiving, and never complained even though she faced so many struggles in her life. I felt like it was my job to take care of her, protect her and always keep her safe. Anytime she suffered it ripped me apart because I felt like I wasnt doing my job. The last time I saw Sarah was via google duo and I told her how much I loved her and that all her siblings were on the way to see her. I told her that everything was okay because I knew that even as Sarah laid in that hospital bed she was worried about us, and how we were feeling. I didn’t know it would be the last time I saw her but I knew that she was nearing the end of her life and I begged Jehovah to give her peace. Her strength was unmatched because she relied on Jehovah. She was everything to me, and there will never be a girl as special as her. My heart will forever be in pieces, I never imagined I’d have to live in a world without Sarah. I just want her back so badly. Although I have no idea how to process this level of pain and loss, I will do my best to follow Sarah’s example and hold on tight to Jehovah as I navigate life without my favorite girl. I owe it to her to be there to welcome her back when Jehovah wakes her up, until then I’ll hold on for my Sarah.
Posted by Michelle Pulluaim on May 9, 2021
My precious little Sarah. So much to say. I loved her with more than a siblings love. She truly was the strongest person I knew. I always told her my love for Jehovah and her were "my reasons" for getting through anything. She would look at me so serious and touch my hand and say " ok Michelle", she understood. Then I'd make her laugh. Her spirituality, her love for Jehovah, for me, for others was outstanding. She couldn't walk but she sure didn't stay still. She was so smart, genuinely kind, cool, funny and a pretty good singer. She faced her problems with a strength I will surely adopt. She was truly the best of us. Her struggles just made her more loving, more empathetic. She was just like Abraham, Jehovah's loyal friend. She was my friend. My baby sister, Sarah, the Princess. I'm so proud of her and how she affected people. I can't wait to see and hold and hug her so tight. My heart will be healed as soon as I lay eyes on her again.
Posted by Jennifer Greene on May 6, 2021
My baby sister Sarah, she loved Jehovah and made the Truth her own against all odds, I remember making fried chicken wings together her very first time and she'd dip the chicken in the flour and just thought it was so funny, we talk about all kind of girl gossip, and she Loved my
"free style" songs I got a chance to sing to her one last time, and even though she was sick my little Sarah gave a smile and wiggled her hands to let me know she loved it. I wanted so bad to embrace her and just see her face one last time the Family came rushing booking flights to San Diego that we all ended up on the same flight and it wasn't even planned that way, but its ok all her brothers/sisters & (adriana) (sweetp) (elijah) were there with mom and dad
What's bitter/ sweet is I never had the chance to give her/her "gift" it was a very stylish pink purse, lipgloss, and in Sarahs words
"a little cash"...My Sarah...One day soon I'll hear her say "Hi Jennifer "❤
Love, hugs, & bugs
her Life
Sarah is survived by her parents, Edward C. Pulluaim and Leota Y. Pulluaim. Her siblings and  in-laws, Cecil and Susan Pulluaim and Family, Edward and Shyann Pulluaim, Jennifer and Steven Greene, David and Adriana Pulluaim, Michelle Pulluaim, Daniel Pulluaim, and
Leah Pulluaim. Nieces and nephews,
Leota Brown, Elijah Walker, Naomi Pulluaim,
Shiloh Pulluaim, Trenity Smith,
Quintez Pulluaim, LaMiracle Pulluaim, Shy'Lynne Pulluaim, and Alivia Pulluaim,
and a hosts of uncles, aunts, cousins, and many spiritual brothers and sisters.

Sarahs Story, Forever written in our hearts.

"To know Sarah is to love Sarah"
 quoted by  Sister Jacqueline Reeves

Sarah was born July 21, 1988 in Kansas City, Missouri to Edward C. Pulluaim and
Leota Y. Pulluaim.
She came into this world fighting. She was born with a birth defect called Spina Bifida which left her unable to walk. From the moment her parents brought her home she was immediately loved and cherished by her big brothers and sisters, and she shared a special relationship with each one of them. Sarah was everyone's favorite. 
She graduated from Sierra Vista High School in Oceanside, California where she worked in the office during her senior year. Sarah loved listening to music, making up songs, singing, dancing, and she loved to joke around. She loved laughing with her brothers and sisters, sometimes at them. Her first pet was a fish she named Abraham, after her favorite Bible story. Sarah was known for her long, beautiful manicured nails. She was such a lady. She loved to be cooked for and enjoyed being cared for on what came to be called  "spa days". Sarah's name meant princess and she knew it. Going to the movies was one of her favorite hobbies. And Sarah loved to travel, and had even collected a passport stamp. Sarah traveled to Aruba, New Orleans, Louisiana, Atlanta Georgia, Washington DC,  Maryland, Virginia, Las Vegas, Nevada, and New York. Cooking shows were one of Sarah's favorite programs to watch on TV, but her absolute favorite programs were videos found at JW.org. Sarah didn't want to go to sleep without a Kingdom song or JW video playing right beside her on her tablet. Her favorite song was an original one called
"Forgive One Another". In spite of her health problems, and frailties she suffered due to her disability, Sarah carried an enormous amount of strength in her small body. If you set next to Sarah, or laid your head on her she'd comfort you by giving you a hug, or rubbing your back and and telling you everything would be "okay ". Even when she wasn't having a good day you could ask Sarah how she was doing and she'd usually respond with "I'm fine". Sarah loved serving Jehovah and set an example for anyone who knew her to put Jehovah first. Nothing made her happier than participating at the meetings by commenting, or giving parts on the Ministry School. She loved to go in field service and enjoyed participating in door to door, cart witnessing, and most recently letter writing. And when in door to door she like to ring the doorbells and leave Bible tracts in the door . For 2021 Sarah participated in the Memorial Bible reading with her mother and three sisters, and also enjoyed watching her sisters prepare the Memorial bread via Zoom. Sarahs family and Christian brothers and sisters meant everything to her. When Sarah prayed she mentioned each of her siblings by name, and often members of the congregation too. And she always told Jehovah that she wanted to get baptized to make Him happy. Sarah understood that there was no better place to be than in Jehovahs organization. And we are confident that she now rests in His memory.

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Shared by Jennifer Greene on May 17, 2021
Memorial Talk : Javan Heard 
Remarks: Jerry Hayes/ 
Time: Saturday May 08, 2021 /3pm ( Central Time)
Shared by Sarah Todd on May 8, 2021
Sarah will forever and always be my girl. I was happy that she was named after me. We were the only two Sarah Pulluaim's two beautiful princesses. She truly was Sarah smile. I love her so much and that little giggle she had. I look forward to running with you in paradise as we see the beauty of Jehovah's creation together. Always in my ❤. Sarah Pulluaim/ Todd auntie Kansas City, Missouri.
Shared by Tia Smith on May 8, 2021
I will forever remember Sarah's sweet smile and her Groover dance.  The bond between the Pulluaim siblings is important and strong. Being the youngest of my siblings I know Sarah enjoyed the entertainment and knowledge from her brothers and sisters,  and the family.  She will forever be my sister in faith and family.  Jehovah will always protect her and that giggle!❤