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Obituary: Sarah Ann Hamilton,

She was beautiful. Sarah Ann Hamilton, 44, passed over to be with her creator on Dec. 14, 2023, in her home, surrounded by loved ones.

Sarah was born to Robert and Lynn Hunt in Tomah, Wisconsin on Aug. 24, 1979, and grew up in Cloquet. She was married to Chad Hamilton on Nov. 24, 2000, and gave birth to her two wonderful children, Alexander and Isabel.

She spent 22 years as a dedicated military spouse who found her passion through Access Consciousness and selflessly gave to her community of people in this world through comfort, kindness, connection, presence and healing. She will be eternally missed, loved, and remembered by everyone who was lucky enough to meet her and experience her love and gratitude.

If you have met and shared in conversation with her, then you know her light burned brilliant and bright for all to see and her words were consistently genuine and comforting. By all accounts, she was a living angel that her body could no longer contain.

Strong always and without judgment, ever, she understood her purpose was to love her family and friends deeply and that being present is the most important offering that we can share with one another. Truly inspirational, she was unapologetically genuine, kind, caring, forgiving, understanding, inspirational, and compassionate towards all souls on earth. Her laughter, smile, and gracefulness were contagious and beautiful to feel. Her energy was positive and calming and her words were disarming. She loved her family fiercely and poured her energy into nurturing the souls of others.

Selflessness was her style and meaningful connection was her passion. A staunch believer that we are all connected through love and our God, that our God is in us, around us, and in everything that we do, and the people we meet are brought into our lives to fulfill both our own purpose and assist in fulfilling the purpose of others.

She understood that life is ultimately about choices and that the choices we make open the doors to different physical and spiritual opportunities to connect. She could be heard asking aloud frequently “How good can things possibly get?”

She loved her family unconditionally and raised Alexander and Isabel into the exceptional and compassionate human beings they are today. She loved all creatures on Earth and was an advocate for the well-being of all souls. In her life, she has an outrageous number of animal rescues credited to her ranging from ducks, lizards, rabbits, squirrels, birds, cats, dogs, and chipmunks, to name a few.

We are all much better off for being graced with her presence and love. Her soul was perfection and as a human being. She was beautiful.

Sarah will be deeply missed by her husband, Chad; son, Alexander; daughter, Isabel; parents, Robert and Lynn Hunt; sisters, Natalie (Chris), Melanie (Wayne); brother, Justin (Joy); parents-in-law, Patrick and Sandra Hamilton; sister-in-law, Keri (Josh) Hedin; several nieces and nephews; and anyone who was lucky enough to have met her.

Visitation will be held 2-4 p.m. Friday, Dec. 22, at Good Hope Church in Cloquet. A service celebrating her life will follow at 4 p.m. and a reception will continue until 6 p.m. at the church. Arrangements by Nelson Funeral Care. To sign an online registry, visit http://www.nelsonfuneralcare.net.

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