Sarah Anne McVey

  • Born: 24 November 1985
  • Died: 29 September 2018

Sarah was welcomed into the world on Sunday 24th November 1985 to her parents Norman and the late Pat and was the youngest of three, Karen her sister and Matthew her brother. Sarah became stepdaughter to Raymond & Lynne whereby she gained step brother Paul and step sister Stacey. More recently Sarah has become daughter in law to Dot and Paul. Sarah also has 2 nephews, Alister & Noah and her beautiful Nieces Isabelle & Sofia, sister in laws Leanne & Nadia and brother in law Lee. Most importantly Sarah was a mother, she had two sons, Jack ( apple of her eye ) & Harrison ( her double ) Sarah also had two beautiful girls Molly & Casey. Sarah’s world revolved around her children everything she did, she did for them. Sarah grew up in Redvales, bury where she attended St. Peter’s primary school and met her good friend Kirsty and have remained friends for almost 30 years. Sarah then went on to her interesting years at The Derby High school, This is where she met her best friend Beckie who Sarah called a ‘ sister from another mister' or 'Partner in crime ‘ When leaving school Sarah went to Bury college to study Beauty therapy then went onto working in various shops but Sarah didn’t like to stay in the same place long. Whilst working in Pazzaz on Brandlesholme Rd Sarah’s boss then soon become one of Sarah’s closest friends, Emma. After leaving pizzaz Sarah went on to working for oaklee lettings for 8 year. She loved this job and described it as her dream job, probably because she got to shout at people and boss them around, whilst at oaklee Sarah made some amazing friends including her boss Anne who did a lot for her, they spent many weekends out having fun and the colleagues become more like family.  In 2008 Sarah met Nic, it wasn’t long until they were together and living as a couple. In September the following year they had their beautiful little boy, Jack. Sarah and Nic went their separate ways for a while but rekindled their love for each other a few years later. Throughout the years they shared some special times including a few family holidays and made precious memories with the kids along the way.
The happiest memory they made was their Wedding Day earlier this year where Sarah became Mrs Mcvey.
On their Wedding Day Sarah looked as beautiful as ever and Nic become the happiest man on earth with Sarah describing it as the best day of her life and they went on to make a few more memories. Wherever Sarah went she was always sure to make new friends. Her laughter was infectious, if Sarah laughed you would laugh. Today shows just how loved Sarah really was. When sarah was a young girl she was very quiet and timid, so much so she wouldn't say a word and if she did she would whisper. One memory from was when she was 4/5 years old, whilst lining up for assembly holding hands in her pair she shouts from no where "let's get this show on the road" that comment stuck with her throughout her time at primary school and all the teachers would refer to it as "as sarah would say, lets get the show on the road" One thing about Sarah that stands out above everything else was how she always put others before herself, so kind & gentle. In the final days of Sarah's life she was still determined to do as much for herself as possible could with very little complaining, she would be apologising for being a nuisance when she was far from it. Sarah is the strongest most positive person you will ever meet and I'm sure one of her sayings will stay with everyone forever....."it is what it is....what will be will be!!" Sarah really did have a heart of gold. She loved her family and friends very much and will be greatly missed by all who knew her.