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Sarae Embree

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Sarae Embree was instantly killed with her older sister Ashley in a tragic accident on Saturday when the UTV she was riding in was struck by a truck (3-19-2022). Sarae lived the majority of her life in Pequot Lakes with her parent’s Brent and Katie and sister Ashley and her brother Carter. Sarae’s addition to the Embree family via her home country of Guatemala made this a fantastic five! Her spunk was clear from the get-go and became a staple of her existence. From her smile to her infectious personality, Sarae was a true gift from God that rounded out her family in all the right ways. Even though her driver’s license had her at 16 years old, she was beyond her years and cherished her moments of “adulting.” She was independent and adventurous which had her leading her friends and family on all sorts of wild excursions. Sarae saw people in all their blessed humanness and loved every bit of them, no matter their oddities. To be a friend of Sarae was to be blessed by one of God’s greatest lovers of people. She loved her friend’s deeply and completely wishing for them to experience the love and grace of Jesus as she had over and over again. Jesus was her Lord and Savior who she lived for every day. Her aspirations had her headed towards the U of M and then on to M.I.T. to become a leader in the Biochemical Engineering world so that she could meet the needs of others in the world. Love whoever you meet. Love with wild abandon. Love like Sarae loved. Visitation will be Monday March 28, 2022 from 5:00-7:00 pm with funeral services on Tuesday March 29, 2022 at 1:00 pm at Timberwood Church in Nisswa. In lieu of flowers the family is accepting donations for a future memorial foundation.

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