Chloe Elizabeth Sanders was called home by our eternal Father on March 15th, 2017, following a courageous five month battle with cancer. Her final days were spent surrounded by loving family and friends that Chloe had touched throughout her short, yet truly memorable life.
While the quantity of time Chloe lived was short, those who were touched by her understand the quality of her existence far exceeds the quantity. Her beautiful smile and mesmerizing blue eyes could melt the hearts of those around her, her high energy and charm was palpable, and her zest for life and loving heart for people infectious. To experience Chloe's love was a true blessing.
Although Chloe's illness adversely affected her in her last five months here on this Earth, she possessed amazing strength, perseverance, and an ability to fight daily against incredible odds. Through her unrelenting courage she showed us how to realize that each day is a blessing and an opportunity to create special memories.
Chloe loved dancing, socializing, traveling, laughing contagiously and staying up late. She was a cheerleader at Lake Travis Middle School, and most loved the camaraderie and friendships that came along with the position. A talented vocalist with a real love and passion of music and the performing arts, Chloe loved concerts as well as singing in the car with family and friends. She made a positive impact in the lives of so many.
With Chloe's passing we remind others that her life is one to be celebrated, and because of her proclamation of faith in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ she is herself eternally rejoicing and celebrating. Although we will miss her every day, especially her charisma, she will forever remain in our hearts until we are reunited again one day.
Chloe is survived by her loving parents, mother Heather Sanders of Austin, Texas and father Joshua Sanders of Austin, Texas; brother Sage Sanders, sister Adelaide Sanders, brother Beau Sanders; maternal grandparents Randy and Madeline Adcock of Austin, Texas; paternal grandparents Steve and Melinda Sanders of Bridge City, Texas; great-grandmother Wenona Sanders of Beaumont, Texas; great-grandmother Anna Lucille Irvin of Burkeville, Texas and many aunts, uncles and cousins.
She was predeceased by her great-grandfather Carl H. Sanders Sr., great-grandfather Henderson C. DuBois, great-grandmother Faye A. DuBois, great-grandfather Athel Perry Sanders, and great-grandmother Ruth Marjorie Sanders.
A memorial service celebrating Chloe's life will be held at Lake Hills Church, 11431 FM2244, Austin, Texas 78738, on Monday, March 20th at 11am.
Flowers can be sent to Lake Hills Church, 11521 FM2244, Austin, Texas 78738. Donations to the Chloe E. Sanders Memorial Scholarship can be made to:
Account #: 1027334