Funeral services for Sara Ann Berry will be held  at 11 a.m. Friday, at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness in Ardmore with interment to follow in the Rosehill Cemetery in Ardmore.
Sara Ann was born in Fillmore, to the late William Lamey and Frances (Stevenson) Lamey. Sara passed away on June 30, 2019 at the Integris Baptist Medical Center in Oklahoma City.
Sara attended elementary school in Fillmore and graduated from Tishomingo High School. She later went on to attend Murray State College and then Langston University.
Sara married the love of her life, Robert Berry on Sept. 24, 1956, a union that would last 62 wonderful years. From that union Sara was blessed with two sons and one step-daughter.
Sara was baptized as one of Jehovah’s Witness’ in 1959 in Ada, and she attended the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness in Ardmore where she remained faithful until her death.
During her lifetime Sara fulfilled many roles including a devoted mother and grandmother. Sara was a hard working, talented and active woman and had many hobbies, but her main interest was talking to people about God’s word.
Sara had a long working career, she worked 21 years for Langston University and Oklahoma State University in the Cooperative Extension Work. Sara also worked for Woolsworth, Dollar General, National Seating, and assistant manager for Hancock Fabrics. Sara retired in 2010 after serving eight years at IMTEC Corp.
Sara leaves behind to forever cherish her memory: husband, Robert Berry of the home; son, Oliver Wayne, step-daughter, Drucella Ann, grandsons, Craig Gaines and Robert Gregory Gaines and granddaughters, Nakesia Willis and Shantel.
Sara also leaves behind numerous great and great-great grandchildren, and other family members and friends.
Sara was preceded in death by: parents, William and Francis Lamey, sister, Doris Pickens, son, Robert (Bobby) Berry, III and brother, Tyree Lamey.
Funeral services are under the direction & care of Tishomingo Funeral Home. Online condolences may be made at