Sara C. Juszczyk

Sara C. Juszczyk, widowed mother of two, passed away Friday, August 20, 2021.

Sara was born in Kansas City Missouri. She grew up in Raytown, graduating from Raytown High School. She worked with children at a few of the local childcare centers, as well as some elementary schools. Most recently she worked as a waitress, and really enjoyed it up until the pandemic. She lost her husband, Jason in May of 2020, and has done her best to cope while taking care of two young children. She had a new found interest in investment properties, and had been working on plans to begin a career.

Sara loved music, motorcycles, and a good party. Although, she was always the one willingly hanging out with the kiddos at all the parties. She and Jason loved each other deeply, and cared for their children even more. They were hard workers, and also hard players. They loved being around their family and friends so much, they brought them all together as often as they could. Jason loved to grill and play DJ, while Sara enjoyed the company of hosting her family and friends.

Sara leaves behind her two children, Marley, eleven, and Staley, three. She also leaves behind her parents, Steven and Dianna Temple, her sister and brother-in-law Chad and Kristina Ashcraft, Uncle Timothy Temple, Nieces Airiana, Ruby, Oliva, Annabel, nephew Nicolas, as well as many, many friends and family.

There will be a Celebration of Life for Sara on Sunday, September 5th, at 1pm, at The VFW in Raytown. 5904 Crystal Ave. Raytown, Mo 64133. In leu of flowers, the family is asking for guests to bring a side dish or dessert to contribute to the meal if you like. There will be BBQ and beans provided. BYOB, there will be a cash bar, water, and drinks for the children provided as well.


  1. Patsy Brooks on September 5, 2021 at 7:46 am

    Dear Dianna and Steve,
    Garold and I heard of Sara’s passing and our hearts go out to the both of you. I wish there were words that I could say that would comfort you. Just know she is at peace with her soulmate and is happy. God bless you all! And never forget I LYLAS!

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