Sister Sass-Perry Speeches

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We are gathered here today to celebrate the life of Sister Sharae Sass-Perry. It is safe to say that Sister Sass-Perry lived a magnificent life filled with love and laughter. She lived everyday as if it was her last. She never wanted to have a single regret. All of her mistakes and accomplishments made her into a strong and confident woman. She touched many lives and she would truly be missed by her friends and family. Sister Sass-Perry was a well-known leader within her community and she always gave without needing anything in return. When she opened up her community center for at-risked adolescents and teenagers, she never thought it would continue to thrive for 30 plus years. She wanted low-income children know that there are options out…show more content…
The help from those teachers made Sister Sass-Perry’s job a little less stressful because she knew that those teachers saw that the community center was truly helping their students. But she also made the teacher’s lives less stressful because she was giving those children the love and affection that they need in order to thrive in life. While Sister Sass-Perry was growing up, she saw a lot of her family members and friends still have to struggle to make ends meet even while getting assistance from the government. She knew that she had to try to put a stop to people struggling. She went through the city, county, state, and federal level to help improve the lives of low-income families and their children. With Sister Sass-Perry influence in the local government, she helped improve the lives of many within her community and outside her community. As I close here today, I want every last one of you to know that Sister Sharae Sass-Perry does not want a single tear of sadness to be shed here but tears of happiness. She wants everyone to live their life for happiness and helping others. Treat others as you would want to be treated. She also wanted the children in her community to know that they do not have to be a product of their environment unless they strive for
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