Sarah Ferro


Sarah Ferro


Sarah Ferro

Sarah Ferro earned her angel’s wings on July 28, 2019. She was born on Dec. 31, 1958, in Manheim, Pennsylvania. She was one of four sisters raised by her single dad.

Sarah was a free spirit who left home at age 17 and lived a life of adventure that brought her to Billings, where she met and married her soul mate, Larry Ferro, on Sept. 2, 1993.

Sarah touched many lives and made many friends while working in the restaurant business in Billings. Among her favorite jobs was working as the banquet manager at Bruno’s, but she truly excelled as the owner of Paula’s Edibles, where she let her creativity blossom. She enjoyed every aspect of her 12 years at Paula’s Edibles, making chocolate specialties and espresso coffee drinks. MS forced her to retire. She enjoyed her retirement, spending time on the deck with friends, her beautiful flowers, having her smokes and tequila.

Sarah is survived by her husband, Larry; her mother; her stepsons, Peter (Jodie) Ferro and their sons Landon and Parker, Paul (Gina) Ferro and their sons Tyler, Ryan and Dylan; two great-grandchildren, Aubrey and Isaiah; her sisters Cathy (John), Kris (Larry), Lynne; stepbrother Patrick; and many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her father and stepmother and her stepson, Isaac Ferro.

We will miss Sarah’s quick wit, the twinkle in her eye, her laughter and her loving ways.

Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 1, at Calvary Cemetery.

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7 thoughts on “Sarah Ferro”

  1. The Queen of Everything. The Mom to Everyone.
    I was blessed to know Sarah for the last 20 years as a friend, a daughter, and as her right hand and “feet” at Paula’s Edibles – “the place where everyone knows your name”. I have many memories the two of us shared together (some not open to the public) that I will cherish forever. Being able to focus on the common denominator in all of our stories and memories, made the last few days ever bittersweet – her quick witted sense of humor and her heart of gold will forever be missed. Sarah taught me how to be a successful independent woman, to take the risks, to follow my heart’s advice, to enjoy the finer taste, the finer drink and most of all to be of service to all.
    I want to thank all of you who were the “rocks” for her and Larry the past few months and especially these last few days: Smelly Mel, Carlin – the sista from anotha, Smoothie Jane, The Berry’s Dan and Kay, her bestie Candida, Zack Attack, Tiffie – I will let you share all of your nicknames, the brothers and fam, all of the Bella Terra staff, Hospice, and the many others who played a role.
    Mama Sarah, you earned your wings. I will forever miss you here on earth. Please watch over all of us as we “buck the $%*@ up” and ride through this journey. Until next time… you are beloved!

  2. DawnaLynn Wells

    Larry and family: I am so sorry for your loss and Sarah’s illness. She was always a positive smiling force when our paths crossed. I hope your emperors bring you joy and each day is a little easier.

    Take care,
    DawnaLynn Wells

  3. I was sorry to see Sarah’s obituary in today’s paper. I really liked her and her sense of humor. She ran a great coffee shop and I loved sitting outside reading a book and giving her crap. She returned fire with adroit verbal responses and a big smile. She was a sweetheart and I feel your loss.

  4. Larry-I am so sorry to hear lof your loss. Sarah was an amazing woman. I loved getting to know her and was always impressed with her cheerfulness and courage as she faced all the challenges with her M.S.

  5. Con M. "Mike" McClurg

    Larry and family, I was just heartbroken when I realized that Sarah was gone. I know that you will feel her loss for a very long time . Her sparky wit and dancing eyes will be forever in my memory. Mike

  6. Larry, Pat and I were so sorry to hear about Sarah, for as long as we knew her she was the kindest person we knew, would always be there for everyone, she will be missed

  7. Larry heartfelt condolences at the loss of your sweet wife, I know she was your soul partner and I’m so sorry for your loss. Ruth Stahl

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