Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to William J McChesney, Jr. and Susan B McChesney “Sue and Jay,” she was the youngest child of four. She grew up spending summers at the family home in Rensselaerville, New York, and she continued the tradition by taking her children there all through her life. It is a place she held especially close to her heart. She was the first of her family to move out west, where she attended the University of Utah and graduated Magna Cum Laude in French. In 1980 she moved to Midway and found her forever home. Sarah loved that little town and became an integral part of its fabric. Throughout the years she touched countless lives and contributed to the community in so many ways, they are impossible to list. Everyone that knew her, loved her. Sarah had a vibrant spirit and loved to dance. She could be found near the stage at every concert in the park. She relished in time spent outdoors and took a walk or run almost every morning, always with her dogs by her side. She took pride in her garden and particularly loved sunflowers. Nothing made her happier than spending time with her family and friends. She was a natural entertainer and always gathered a circle of love around her. She seemingly did everything with ease, grace and style. Most of all, she lived her life always striving for peace.
She leaves her husband Randall Kutschkau; mother Susan B McChesney; daughter Amanda MacIsaac Riccio (Tony), son Matthew MacIsaac, granddaughter Scotland Sue MacIsaac, brothers Peter McChesney (Kristin), William McChesney III (Cynthia), sister Lea McChesney (Chris Burnett), stepdaughter Kristi Medley (Andrew), stepson Kevin Kutschkau (Kris) and her nieces and nephews. She has joined her father William J McChesney, Jr.
Each morning, Sarah greeted Mt. Timpanogos with an affirmation of gratitude. She believed that the mountain watched over her. Her final wish was to rest there. To honor Sarah as she would have liked, a celebration of her life will be held in the spring or summer, with details to be announced at a later date. In lieu of sending flowers, please plant them in her honor.