Sarah Stone Cordova, born Sarah Mead Stone in Saint Paul, MN, died Tuesday, August 9, 2022 in a hospital in Aurora, CO, at the age of 64. After high school in DePere, Wisconsin, she and her father went to Breckenridge to work for the winter, but found her permanent home and stayed, with her home on Moss Rock Road in Longmont as her anchor. Quoted as saying, “I don’t read in my spare time; spare time is what I have when I’m not reading,” she was truly a lifelong learner. She graduated valedictorian from the University of Colorado in Boulder with a bachelor’s degree in Finance and a master’s in Religious Studies, focusing on astrology. She also studied at Goddard College in Plainfield, VT, The New England Culinary Institute in Montpelier, VT, and the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. Even when not in a class, her reading topics were academically oriented toward physics and history. Her love of art, literature, and nature was only surpassed by her adoration of the Green Bay Packers. She also loved riding on the back of a Harley with the wind blowing through her hair – a symbol of her inspiring free spirit. She rescued countless dogs that needed a home, and had as many as seven at one time under her roof. Sarah is preceded in death by her father, Norman Stone, and survived by her mother, Mary LaMar, and her brothers, Tim Stone, Stewart Stone, and Matt LaMar. She is also survived by her husband, Scott Cordova, her dear close friends that were considered sisters, and her two dogs, Grace and Lilly. Memorial service pending.