Nancy Derbort Sabernick, age 87 of Atlanta, Georgia, passed away peacefully on Sunday November 26, 2017 after a brief illness. She was born in Rochester, New York to Irene and Caspar Derbort. She is survived by her three children Katherine (Kathie) Jarmusz of Eustis, Florida, Fred Sabernick of Norcross, and Constance (Connie) Siegler of Atlanta. Services November 30, 2:00 PM, in the Chapel at Shallowford Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, Georgia. In lieu of flowers, at Nancy’s request those wishing may make a contribution to Shallowford Presbyterian in her memory.

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  1. Dear Sabernick family,
    I’d like to express my condolence and deep regrets for your loss at this difficult time and share where I found help when I lost my entire family to this enemy death. I found great comfort and hope in what I read in Jehovah Gods word the Bible at John5:28,29 and at for there it tells us we’ll see our love ones again in the resurrection when Jesus brings them back here on earth and Isaiah25:8 states that this enemy death will be swallowed up forever. With these scriptures and others I’m now able to cope with my loss because now I know I’ll see my love ones again and so can you,. I wanted to share this with you when comfort and hope is needed such as now in hopes this will help you also in some way for this is my purpose in sharing this with you at this time and please know that I do share your grief and ;hope you’ll feel free to let me know if I accomplished my purpose. Hoping to hear from you. Sincerely, GM

  2. Dear Family,
    We are saddened on learning of the passing of your loved one. Death is our enemy, for we were created to live forever. However, God’s purpose for mankind has not changed. Death will be eliminated. (I Corinthians 15:26) Those asleep in death in God’s memory will be awakened by means of a resurrection back to a peaceful earth to live forever. (Isaiah 26:19) In the meantime, may you find comfort from kind deeds and thoughts of others, fond memories, and promises from the Scriptures.

  3. Sorry for your loss it’s always hard when losing a loved one John 5:25 helps us to appreciate that their is hope for the dead and soon we will be reunited with our loved ones again

  4. Revelation 21:4
    And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

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