Sara Mae Case Grim

Sara Mae Case Grim

Sara Mae Case Grim, 86, beloved wife of Donald Keely Grim (deceased), of Boyertown, passed away on Tuesday, May 21, 2024 after a short illness.

Born in Upper Dublin, PA, she was the daughter of the late George E Case and Margaret (Umstead) Case.

Sara was a 1956 graduate of Upper Dublin High School.  She was a 3 sport varsity athlete that included, field hockey, basketball, and softball and was awarded the trophy for the Best Female Athlete.  Sara was a school secretary initially at Upper Dublin and then Pottsgrove School Districts.  She left the workforce to devote her time to raise her 3 children.  When she returned to the workforce, she spent the remainder of her career as the secretary for the Athletic Department for Boyertown School District.

Sara was an active member of First Presbyterian Church in Pottstown and served in many rolls including Sunday School Teacher, Youth Group Leader, Prime Timers Leader, and Deacon.  For many years, she coordinated the Community Meals program at her church through the Pottstown Cluster of Churches.  She was also involved with Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts, serving in various roles.

Surviving are two sons, Donald Keely Grim, II, husband of Barbara, Keith Case Grim, husband of Katie, one daughter, Kelly (Grim) Caras, wife of John; one granddaughter, Katie; and five grandsons, Kasey, Keely, Kolby, Kaiden, and Kooper; two sisters, Anna (Case) Chilton, wife of Charles Chilton (deceased), and Mary Jane (Case) Fry, wife of Robert Fry.

She was predeceased by one brother, George Case, and one sister, Mildred (Case) Meyer, wife of Fred Meyer (deceased.)

Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral service on Tuesday June 4, 2024 at 11:00 AM at the First Presbyterian Church of Pottstown, 750 N. Evans Street, Pottstown, PA.  There will be a viewing from 9:00-10:45 prior to the service as well as a viewing on Monday evening June, 3, 2024 from 7-8:30 at the church.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the First Presbyterian Church of Pottstown are appreciated.

Morrell Funeral Home, Inc. is overseeing the arrangements.

7 Condolences
  1. To our dear friend from the Upper Dublin girls. You were the best friend we could have ever asked for. You were one of Upper Dublin’s best hockey player and best class treasurer . We had years of fun working on our class reunions, Pocono mountains, trips to Florida , our Cruise to Bermuda and all our get-togethers In theses 70 plus years ! We miss you so much ! Love always, Betty Ann, Joan(Cherry), Elaine (Ozzie), Loretta, Joan and our girls in heaven Janet and Ann.

  2. Sending condolences to the entire Grim family. Sara and Don are both part of my memories of growing up in the church. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  3. Kelly, I never met your mom but I always felt a connection to her thru you. She raised a wonderful family. Just as you are doing with your own children. Much Love and caring to you and your family. Sincerely, Terese M.

  4. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I had the opportunity to know Sara and Don for many years. She was a good lady and so was Don. May God Bless

  5. Our hearts are saddened alongside your hearts. We are never ready to say goodbye to our beloved family and yet the hope of heaven brings us an anchor that only God can give. May He pour out His comfort and peace over each of you. Sending our love and prayers. Michael & Celeste & Guifo Family

  6. Keith & Katie Grim,
    My sincere condolences to you and your entire family on the passing of your beloved mother/mother-in-law. Praying you lean on God’s everlasting arm during this difficult time and in time find comfort from memories of you loved one.

    Darrell, Ella, Darius & Erynn Pleasant

  7. I just learned of your loss and am sending condolences to Sara’s family and remembering a talented, witty and kind friend from our Class of ’56 at Upper Dublin High School. Lots of good memories! Rest in Peace!

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