Sarah A. Chittick

Aug 08, 2018
Sarah Chittick

Rockport — Sarah Ann Chittick, age 34, who most currently resided in Rockport, passed away in Rockport on July 29, 2018, as the result of an inhalant overdose. She was born October 31, 1983, in Danvers, Mass., daughter of Bill and Debra (Rauscher) Chittick.

Sarah was a 2002 Graduate of Ipswich High School. Most recently, she was employed at Hannaford Supermarket in Camden and previously was employed as a licensed massage therapist. She enjoyed volunteering at PAWS., an animal shelter in Camden. Sarah fought a lengthy battle with addiction and had experienced near fatal overdoses in the past. Sarah’s family truly loved her and tried to be as supportive as possible as she struggled with her addictions.

Sarah loved to cook; she loved animals and playing games. In addition to her parents, Debra and Bill Chittick and her husband Robert Hamilton of W. Warwick, R.I., she is survived by brothers Adam Chittick and his wife Amanda, of Lisbon, Conn., Matthew Chittick and his wife, Katie Fichera, of Reading, Mass.; grandfather, Edward Rauscher; aunts, Brenda Dalelio, Rebecca Vogt and her husband Mark, Carol Raimo; uncle, Edward Rauscher and his wife Casey and her nephews, Brady, Cooper, Matthew, and Benjamin. She was predeceased by her grandmother, Barbara Rauscher; grandfather, Robert Chittick and his wife Gloria and grandmother, Betty Chittick.

If you have any loved ones who are fighting addiction, Sarah’s family asks that you do everything possible to be supportive, and guide them to rehabilitation before it is too late.

A visitation for family and friends will be held Friday Aug. 10, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Whittier-Porter funeral home at 6 High St., in Ipswich. A private service will be held on Saturday. In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial contributions in her name be made to PAWS., 123 John St., Camden, ME 04843,

Comments (1)
Posted by: Katie Drinkwater | Aug 09, 2018 07:51

Posted by Dee Urquhart:  I too appreciate your honesty. My heart goes out to Sarah's family. I know Sarah tried to beat this gripping beast called addiction. So sad.

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