Sarah P. Stump, 72

Horsewoman, volunteer

March 06, 2007

Sarah P. Stump, a lifelong horsewoman who worked with the physically challenged, died Friday of complications from kidney disease at her Owings Mills home. She was 72.

Sarah Price was born in Baltimore and raised in Owings Mills. She was a 1952 graduate of Garrison Forest School and attended Strayer's Business College.

She worked for several years as a legal secretary for a Baltimore law firm.

Mrs. Stump began riding and showing horses as a youngster. She enjoyed fox hunting and was a member of the Green Spring Valley Hounds and Green Spring Valley Hunt Club. She also raised and showed Welsh ponies.

She was a director of Driving for the Disabled Inc. The organization teaches wheelchair-users to handle pony-driven two-wheeled carts.

She was a member of My Lady's Manor Driving Club and competed in its two-wheeled horse-drawn cart competitions.

Services are private.

Surviving are her husband of 51 years, Dawson Stump, a retired Baltimore insurance executive; and two sons, Dawson Stump Jr. of Owings Mills and Jay Price Stump of Woodstock.

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