9. They moved to Brookfield in 1966 and Sarah then moved to Hartland in 2006. During World War II, Sarah worked as a riveter on B-24 bombers at the Ford Willow Run factory in Detroit, Michigan. Because she was petite, she would go inside the wings of the bombers and rivet. Sarah was a proud member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Tecumseh, Michigan chapter #51, and had previously been a member of the North Hills Country Club and Blue Mound Country Club. Sarah enjoyed painting, crocheting and ceramics becoming widely recognized for her skills with porcelain. She also loved spending time at her cottage in Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin and her condo in Naples, Florida. She loved music and especially loved her family around her. This love for family was evident with each letter, card or phone call and her three signature words, "Love you much". Over the last few years, as her eyesight failed her, Sarah was unable to exercise her artistic skills but never lost her independent spirit, her curiosity for all things and her love of life supported always by her strong faith in God and her Saviour, Jesus Christ. Sarah is survived by her 5 children, Lynwood (Joanne) Socks of Cedarburg, WI, Beverly (Rodney) Carson of Maquoketa, IA, Ava (Danny) Moon of Pewaukee, WI, Karen (Dale) Lagerman of Pewaukee, WI and Greg (Janet) Socks of Hartland, WI. Sarah was the proud Grandmother of 14 grandchildren, Jolyn (Bob) Pinzl, Verne (Cory) Socks, Julie (Ken) Hunt, Terry (Lois) Moon, Lisa (Jon) Jansen, Shelly Williamson, Suzy (Joe) Olson, Valerie (Michael) Clark, Don (Lenke) Carson, Sally (Scott) Keith, Luke (Sarah) Socks, Kate (David) Reiter, Leah (Frank) Wirtz and Elizabeth (Robert) Mendoza; and 24 great-grandchildren, Joshua, Daniel, Kenny, Megan, Nate, Natalie, Karysa, Christopher, Emma, Kyle, Ben, Lauren, Alex, Nicolas, Megan, Mitchell, Brynn, Ryan, Tyler, Joey, Lily, Jillian, David and Evan; a brother, Alfred Middlebrook, of Cookeville, TN; a sister, Louretta Schell of Tecumseh, MI; a sister-in-law and dear friend, Ann Socks of Dexter, MI; and several nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Laverne on October 17, 2000, brothers, Augustus and Leslie, half-brothers, Walter and Raymond Noffsinger, and a half-sister, Esther Timberman. In lieu of other expressions of sympathy, memorials may be made to the Ohnward Fine Arts Center in Maquoketa or Hospice of Jackson County. The family would like to give special thanks to Lutheran Home Services, caregiver Luann Weber and Heartland Hospice for their loving care during Sarah's last few weeks. Online Condolences may be left at www.CarsonAndSon.com.