Jennifer Sabo Willcott

  • Born: July 9, 1971
  • Died: March 17, 2019
  • Location: Austin, Texas

Weed-Corley-Fish Funeral Home North

3125 N Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78705

info@wcfish.com
Tel. (512) 452-8811

Tribute & Message From The Family


Jennifer Sabo Willcott of Austin, TX passed peacefully from this Earth on Sunday March 17, 2019. She fought like a warrior against an unknown illness for over a year before losing the battle. She enriched the lives of all that knew her with her love, light and laughter.

She is warmly welcomed to the Universe by her mother Panola Marie Sabo and brother Eric Stephen Sabo. She is survived by her daughter Ursula, sons Jesse and Bentley, and father John 'Jack' Sabo.

Jennifer often said she was a "student of life" who deeply loved her family, friends and culinary delights. A native Texan, she was born in San Antonio and raised in Westlake where she attended Eanes ISD from kindergarten to graduation. She was an avid basketball player in high school and later in club leagues. She excelled at tennis, while her friends failed miserably to match her challenges. She never met a body of water she didn't like and was fearless and at her best in, on or near water.

On March 29th we will celebrate Jennifer's adventurous and beautiful life. This celebration of life will be held at the Star Hill Ranch from 3-7pm, with a memorial service beginning at 4pm.

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation in her name to Odyssey School of Austin; https://www.odysseyschool.com/.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Still find it hard to believe you are gone. I will always remember your smile, positive energy, and generosity. While I cannot be there in person to celebrate your life, I am happy to be able to honor your memory with support of a cause you cared about - The Odyssey School. I know you will be missed by all your friends and family - but your spirit lives on in all the lives you touched.

Posted by Larry Baird - Los Angeles, CA - Friend   March 29, 2019

Candle

My condolences to the family for your loss.

Posted by Stephanie Russell - San Antonio, TX - Acquaintance   March 28, 2019

I'm SO sorry for your family's loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I know Bentley will keep the beautiful music playing in his mom's honor.

Sincerely,
Danny Schmidt

Posted by Danny Schmidt - Austin, TX - Teacher   March 25, 2019

I want to express my gratefulness to you for sending two wonderful kids to SAS! Bentley and Ursula were fun students to work with and I enjoyed their kindness and humility that you helped shape. I hope they are able to pass along the best of you to those they love and call friends. Blessings, Peace and Comfort to all your loved ones! tom costas

Posted by Tom Costas - Austin, TX - Teacher   March 25, 2019

Thoughts and prayers for you and your family John.

Posted by BILLY WILLIAMSON - LIBERTY HILL, TX - Acquaintance   March 25, 2019

My prayers and thoughts go out to your family. Might you find peace and comfort knowing that our Heavenly Father cares about you -Thessalonians 2:16,17.

Posted by Maggie B. - Neighbor   March 22, 2019

Jennifer I don't want to write a novel because I could since I have known you since the very late 70's. Thank you for being who you are...because you are still here and will always be here. This hurts and I know you would want everyone to remember the good times so thank you for...for everything. I have this image from what you wrote me in our 1981-82 Cedar Creek yearbook.

Posted by Doug Richardson - Dripping Springs, TX - Friend   March 22, 2019


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Community Photos

Nicole David, Jen Bristol and Jen Sabo Willcott out on the town after our annual summer swim.
Jennifer I don't want to write a novel because I could since I have known you since the very late 70's. Thank you for being who you are...because you are still here and will always be here. This hurts and I know you would want everyone to remember the good times so thank you for...for everything. I have this image from what you wrote me in our 1981-82 Cedar Creek yearbook.
Jennifer Phillips Beck, Jennifer Sabo Wilcott and Clarissa Hempel McWilliams catching up over lunch!