Sarah Ising Indiana Car Accident – I’m Gio, and I’m raising money for the Ising family in memory of their lost daughter Sarah. Sarah had a positive outlook on life and shone light on everyone she encountered. She has always loved volleyball, and as a part of the community that helped mold who she is, it would be wonderful if it could help her family out during this difficult time. Ralph Ising, her father, and her family will get all of the money and donations to support them during this trying time. I would be very grateful for any assistance.
also George, her younger brother. That is the information I have so far learned. One block away from me was Ruth Anne’s family, her grandparents were right next door, and Barry and Becky Wegner were on the opposite side. We played baseball, Ranch, combat, rode our bikes to the outdoor Moorhead pool for swimming lessons, and we were the 9th Street Gang. In the winter, we ice skated on the flooded baseball field. I attended Fairview Nursing School with Ruth Anne, Mary Meyers, and Mary Jane Solien Olson; I later transferred out, but those three went on to become wonderful nurses. Countless memories!
She worked day and night, seven days a week, with owners, finders, and neighborhood shelters to reconnect missing pets with their owners using social media pages, email, and personal phoning. Nobody had more information on lost pets in our neighborhood and elsewhere, including who was looking for them. Numerous success stories were directly attributed to her dedication to the cause, and I am confident that she is still “on the job” wherever she is at present. Vicki was the kind of person that made everyone around her smile, was constantly helpful, and so she naturally provided calm reassurance in trying circumstances. Vicki will always be remembered as a shining example who changed the lives of several animals and humans in our community.