Sara Dorvilier was born in 1991 and from the United States. She was an Assignment editor with CBS Miami and she passed away at the age of 28 after a battle with breast cancer. Her death was confirmed by Danny Garcia who is a CBS Miami editor Danny Garcia.
The post reads “Such a tragedy. Sara Dorvilier, just 28-years-of-age, has passed away.
Sara worked on the assignment desk at CBS4. She was a true pro and always had a beautiful smile, a great attitude, a good sense of humor, she worked hard and I called her a friend.
She was a good person with a bright future. What a horrible reminder of how tomorrow is not promised. Too sad for words. My condolences to the family.”
Many tributed her on Social media one wrote “Sleep In Paradise My Haitian Queen Life is short. #CBS4 #Journalist #SaraDorvilier passed yesterday at the age of 28 from #breastcancer.”
Sara Dorvilier was born in Miami, FL. She always had a passion to help and motivate others. Growing up in a rough neighborhood pushed her to achieve her goals. She graduated with her Bachelor’s in Multi-Media Studies and pushing a Master in Electronic Media.
She loves writing, reading, and dancing. Her goal is to impact and empower young women across the country through her daily testimony. Additionally, she is the founder of the Classy Sally Mentoring Program and its a non-profit geared to empowering young women to love themselves through health, lifestyle, fashion and ministry! We aim to inspire young women to be their kind of beautiful. 1 timothy 4:12.
In 2014, she started her career as an intern with Miami’s Fox affiliate WSVN. Then, from 2014 until 2016 she worked as a teacher at Florida Atlantic University and then worked as program coordinator and financial coach at Miami Dade College. According to Heavy.com.
SUAY shared a Facebook post and tributed her and they wrote “We at S.U.A.Y. would like to honor the life of our dearest friend Sara Dorvilier. Sara worked on the assignment desk at CBS4 News and was the co-founder of the non-profit organization “Classy Sassy Mentoring Program”.
She was ambitious, full of life, and inspired others to live a life worthy of honor. Sara loved Jesus and wasn’t afraid to show it. She stood as a great role model, businesswoman, and friend. Her taste in fashion, contagious smile and kindred spirit will truly be missed.
Here at S.U.A.Y, we will continue to honor Ms. Dorvilier by influencing others to be their best while embracing who they are and walking in their greatness.
Sara, you will forever be missed and until we meet again rest in God’s loving arms. We extend our condolences and prayers to her family and friends. May God be with you all during this difficult time.”