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Sara Lynn Cox Ferguson

July 30, 1978 — December 7, 2022

On Wednesday, December 7, 2022, an Angel, Sara Lynn Cox Ferguson loving mother, sister, daughter, aunt, and grandmother passed away at age 44 in Chattanooga, TN. She was a dedicated and loving mother to Mathew and Amber Ferguson, Ralphy and Christian Santiago, Alexander and Gabriel Pratts, and grandmother to Roman Ferguson. Sara is also survived by her sister Erin Cox and brother Geoffrey Cox (Ashley), both her parents James Cox and Teresa Norwood (Dale) and former husband Ian Ferguson. Sara attended Summerville Catholic School and Bishop England High School. She is a member of St. Theresa Catholic church where she was Baptized, received her First Penance and First Holy Communion, and Confirmed in the Roman Catholic Church. Sara loved the outdoors. Her favorite times that gave her the most happiness and peace were strolling through nature trails and playing with her children at parks. She worked for many years in retail customer service.


Sara loved everyone. Her eyes glowed with love when she spoke of her children and grandchild. At the mere mention of their names, her face glowed angelically with an unforgettable smile. Everyone who met and even spoke to her knew she was an exceptional and loving woman.


A private celebration of life will be held on Sunday, December 11, 2022, in Ladson, SC.


In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to support the needs of Sara’s two youngest children (ages 3 and 7) who will be living with her brother Geoffrey’s family. The family has set up a Go Fund Me page at: https://gofund.me/f3830cfb Geoffrey, his wife Ashley, and their two children have grown their family by two and the entire family appreciates the support.

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