Sarah Roberta (Jordan) Pratt of Wilmington, passed away at the age of 91 on Saturday, February 6, 2021.
She was the daughter of Lafe and Fannie Warnock Jordan, and step-mother Ellen ‘McAllister Jordan.
On August 17, 1950, she married Meredith W. “Jack” Pratt, who passed away in 1987.
Roberta was a 1947 graduate of Piketon High School in Pike County. She was an avid Cincinnati Reds fan and a faithful viewer of TV game shows. She also loved to play the guitar and sing and was formerly known as “The song bird of Sabina”. She had retired from Allied Technology and had worked at Fosters, Monsanto and local radio stations.
Left to cherish her memory are Roberta’s three sons: Martin (Kristi) Pratt, Victor (Lorey) Pratt, and Stanley (Debbie) Pratt; grandchildren: Megan (Nick) Murphy, Betsy (JD) Brooks, Jordan (Megan) Pratt, Billie Benner, Dee (Benner) McKinney; step-grandchildren: Todd (Marsha) Fentress, Nicole (Steve) Floyd, Chad (Kari) Fentress, Shanin (Russ) Richardson, Erica Self, Tracey Hansford, Ricky Brannon; sister in-law, Gloria Pratt; along with several great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
In addition to her husband, Roberta was preceded in death by daughter, Kristi Lynn (Pratt) Benner; infant daughter, Malia Ann Pratt; sisters: Lois Jordan and Annabelle (Jordan) VanLuhrte; twin brother, Robert Jordan; and brother, Sam Jordan.
A public visitation and funeral service will be on Wednesday February 10, 2021 at the Littleton Funeral Home from 11:00 a.m. until noon when the funeral service will begin. A private graveside committal service for the family will take place immediately following the service in Sabina Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to Wounded Warriors.
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