Sara cared tremendously about her appearance and the way she dressed. She took pride in being a Jewish daughter, a Bat Melech. She always dressed and acted appropriately in public.
She was extremely sensitive to other people's feelings. When she heard of a death, she would cry for hours, even if she didn't know the person who died very well.
After she married Ami, Yediot Acharonot took the time to put out a full smear campaign. From that moment, in public, she was no longer the quiet learned girl who had once been Rav Meir Kahane's secretary...she was "Ami' the Mass Murderer's Wife".
Even last week, on the news, she was "Ami's Wife".
Sara will be missed. But it will be a greater tragedy if those of us who knew her allow her to go on being remembered merely as "Ami's Wife".
Sara was a great person, who like the rest of us from America, was a survivor of the silent Holocaust. She was also a strong person, who made difficult choices and lived with them everyday.
Sara had a beautiful smile and a warm voice. That is the only way she should be remembered.