Sarah Ashley Langford

 

Edwin Burke Isbell
Sarah Ashley Langford

Sarah Ashley Langford, 29, of Amarillo, Texas passed away on December 31, 2021.

 
A service will be held at 1:00 p.m., Thursday, January 6, 2022, at The Church at Quail Creek. A visitation will be held at Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home on Wednesday, January 5, 2022, from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.
 
She was preceded in death by her Oma, Eva Satour.
 
She is survived by her husband, Scott Langford; son, Truett Langford; father, Ronald Satour; mother, Michelle Shields; brothers, Justin and Bryant Benitez; grandparents, Brian and Sharon Shields; Opa, Raynard Satour; along with many aunts, uncles, and cousins.
 
Sarah Langford was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona where she graduated from Sahuaro High School in 2011. Friends and family remember her being a positive influence on their lives; someone they could laugh with and rely on.
 
Sarah spent her summer after high school graduation as a camp counselor where her childhood dreams of becoming a teacher were strengthened; she fostered young kids’ desire to learn and explore the world around them while inspiring those around her to do the same.
 
Soon after high school graduation, Sarah moved to Plainview, Texas to attend Wayland Baptist University, which she had been anticipating attending since middle school. While it wasn’t in her nature to break the rules, she joined a group of girls to explore the once-abandoned Hilton Hotel in Downtown Plainview. While they’re at the hotel she met her husband, Scott. Their friendship blossomed into something special. Date nights were often spent at the First Baptist Church of Plainview, cooking meals for each other and their friends. They married on October 12, 2013.
 
After having graduated from Wayland Baptist University with a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies in 2015, she began working for Amarillo Independent School District at Oak Dale Elementary. Her passion for teaching was evident to everyone around her. She often led projects and special committees, ensuring that each student was given a space to learn and grow in ways that were meaningful to them. She loved creating games to share with other teachers and kids as well.
 
Sarah was a natural when it came to crafting and DIY projects. She found ways to decorate not only her house but also the classroom in ways that kept students engaged.
 
Most of all Sarah loved her family. Her ability to connect family together is what ultimately led many of them to move to Amarillo from Arizona. Family get-togethers often included a game or puzzle that everyone could be a part of. Sarah and Scott become parents on April 27, 2019, to their son, Truett. She welcomed every aspect of motherhood, embracing all the challenges of being a mom while also battling cancer with strength and grace.
 
She remained active in her church community no matter where she was living. It was evident in her life that she loved Jesus and radiated His positivity even through the adverse times.
 
Sarah never hesitated to help others and she never let fear dictate her actions. When her brother needed a kidney, she volunteered her own, despite her fears. She chose to remain positive during her fight with cancer and often said, “I don’t have a choice”.
 
Sarah Langford ultimately won the victory over metastatic breast cancer on the evening of Friday, December 31, 2021. Her family finds joy in knowing that she is at home with the Lord, dancing, and rejoicing by His side, free from the pain of metastatic breast cancer.

 

26 Replies to “Sarah Ashley Langford”

    1. So sorry for your loss. Praying for God’s peace and comfort. Go rest high on that mountain Sarah your work on earth is done.

  1. I am so blessed to have had the pleasure of caring for you and yours is God’s Devine Order of things. You touched my spirit in a special way. My only hope is to see you again when I pass through those pearly gates. Then shall I too have the victory❣️ Rest In Peace “Sweet Sarah. Rest In Peace🙏🏾❤️🙏🏾

  2. Love you so much and i miss you mrs, Langford you were my fav kindergarten and 2nd grade teacher i will never forget you im so sorry ily💖💖😥

  3. I am so very sorry to learn of Sarah’s passing. Sarah was a good friend of my granddaughter, Kellie Lange, who from the beginning had kept me updated on Sarah’s illness. She has been in my prayers, as well as in so many other’s prayers for healing, but I guess God decided that her time on earth was complete and that it was time to go home. She is at peace now and pain free. Fly high dear Sarah! Until we see you again❤️

    1. I love you sm and I miss you sm ,ily no matter what u have always been there for me and you we’re also my favorite teacher you always made my day in 2nd grade and you we’re my first teacher that’s what even made it more special ilysm no matter what u will always be in my heart ily❤️

  4. I am praying for the family and friends for such a beautiful talented young women, gone too soon. So many were touched by Sarah and her fight which showed the world, to be positive and brave. Thank you for allowing us to know Sarah and her bravery and her love of Christ, & love of teaching. Her story touched my heart just like so many other as well. May God refresh you in his peace in the days ahead.

  5. I was truly blessed to have been able to help care for Sarah in her last days even though she never spoke a word it was quite evident that she had a huge loving heart for her family and her Heavenly Father. She went to be with her Heavenly Father during my shift and just like her family always spoke of she let go of her physical sick body when the family was surrounding her bed laughing reminiscing. Sarah and her family left a profound place in my heart my thoughts and prayers will be with u all🙏🏻💜🌹

    1. I just wanna say i will always miss you you where my favorite teacher i will always remember you im so sorry for her loss

  6. My condolences go out to her family and loved ones – I pray her memory brings joy to everyone who knew her.

  7. Scott, Truett, Ron, and family,
    I am so very sorry for your loss. Praying for a peace that passes all understanding. I never had the privilege of meeting Sarah, but she and Scott were one of my families I was able to call on during the first weeks of the pandemic. Please let me know if I can do anything.

  8. Prayers for your family sweet Sarah . Thank you for being my daughter’s friend . What an amazing impact you had on everyone who knew you . Rest In Peace sweet girl ❤️🙏

  9. Prayers for all of her loved ones. May you rest in peace sweet friend! You will be missed here on earth, but your presence in heaven is a testimony of God’s love & promise to us.

  10. We never met, but you truly impacted people everywhere. We have prayed for you and your loved ones, and cried for all of you. You made so many good memories, everyone who was impacted by you, your love, and your faith will always have such phenomenal memories. God has a very special new angel!

  11. In prayer for you and Truett Scott I met you snd Sarah at Group at Cancer Survivorship Center You both impacted my life and others in your strength hope and sweet humor I fell in love with you both Thank you and Sarah If you need anything we are here for you and Truett I’m so sorry for your loss and know you await a time to join her one day
    San

  12. Even though we only got to have Mrs. Langford for a few months as a teacher after the pandemic, due to her having to transition to online classes, we enjoyed everyday we had with her. My daughter always admired how happy of a person she was.
    My condolences to all the family. ♡

    Message from my daughter “I’ll miss you, your going to be the best teacher in Heaven.”

  13. My sincere condolences to the family. Sarah was such a great person and teacher. I’m blessed to have had the pleasure of working with her.

  14. She was my sons second grade teacher. She was a kind hearted person and dedicated teacher. She will be deeply missed. Prayers to her family and friends during this time.

  15. Sarah, I only know you through your mother – the love and light you brought to this world will be carried by many. My heart is with your family, friends, and all who loved you.

  16. Love lives on forever in each memory and thought,
    Of the special ones who meant so much and the happiness they brought,
    Love lives on forever it will never fade away,
    For in our hearts, our love ones are with us everyday.

    My sincere condolence is with you and your family

  17. My dearest Sara fly high ,you will be missed
    You brought such joy
    Much love
    Your Friend massage therapist
    Linda 🙏🏼👼🏽

    1. Linda, she loved you and spoke of how you made her feel so much better. Thank you for helping to ease her pain.

  18. So very sorry for your loss of sweet, beautiful Sarah! I remember her when I worked at Wayland and vividly remember her when she attended “Koinonia” (new student orientation) that my office hosted. Sarah always had a huge smile on her face every time that I saw her and it was very evident that she loved Jesus! She will be greatly missed! My heart and prayers are with her family and friends!

    1. Scott, my heart breaks for you and Truett. Though I never got to know Sarah, I know if you loved her…she must have been wonderful. And following her Sarah’s Circle on FB, it has been confirmed that she was. I know you will be a great parent for Truett, because you are a fine Christian young man and you will depend on Jesus for guidance. You also will have lots of help from your extended family. I love you dearly and will continue to pray for you and Truett without ceasing. Aunt Juanita

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.