Sarah Lindblad
November 22, 2009


Life Legacy

LINDBLAD, Sarah Coyle "Sally," 100, of Sebring, Fla., died November 22, 2009, in Lake Placid, Fla. She was born in Bartow, Fla., daughter of the late, Ernest Franklin and Ella Viola (Pate) Coyle. She was preceded in death by her brother, Charles Coyle; sister, Martha Coyle Young; stepdaughters, Eileen Johnson and Lorraine Countryman; husbands, Frederick W. (Jerry) Long and William Lindblad. She enjoyed life, traveling extensively around the world, enjoyed fishing and hunting in Africa. She was a military wife, sister, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt, teacher and Red Cross volunteer. She moved to Sebring in 1980, from Tacoma, Wash., and was of the Episcopalian Faith. She is survived by her stepson, Bill Lindblad of Portland, Ore.; nieces, Martha (Floyd) Yarbrough of Sebring, Fla., Nancy Williams of Avon Park, Fla. and Myra (Don) Pruitt of St. Louis, Mo.; nephews, Steve (Kathy) Young of Sebring, Randy (Rita) Coyle of Clewiston, Fla. and Wayne (Kathy) Coyle of Lakeland; 31 step- grandchildren; and 59 step- great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. A memorial service will take place at 2 p.m. Sunday, November 29, 2009, at Morris Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Andrew Katsanis . Memorial contributions are requested to American Red Cross. MORRIS FUNERAL CHAPEL, Sebring, FL.


Death: November 22, 2009
Hobbies: life, traveling
extensively around the world,
fishing and hunting
in Africa
Organizations: Red Cross

Survived By

Bill Lindblad, Step-Son
Martha (Floyd) Yarbrough, Niece
Nancy Williams, Niece
Myra (Don) Pruitt, Niece
Steve (Kathy) Young, Nephew
Randy (Rita) Coyle, Nephew
Wayne (Kathy) Coyle, Nephew
31 step- grandchildren
59 step- great-grandchildren
numerous nieces and nephews

Preceded In Death By

Ernest Franklin Coyle , Father
Ella Viola (Pate) Coyle, Mother
Charles Coyle, Brother
Martha Coyle Young, Sister
Eileen Johnson, Step-Daughter
Lorraine Countryman, Step-Daughter
Frederick W. (Jerry) Long, Spouse
William Lindblad, Spouse


12/09/2009 - Kathy Countryman
Grandma Sally was and is a godsend. She was a true friend to me and my children, generous and warm and full of good stories. She will always remain a spiritual helper in mylife.