Ashli Renee Sawyer

Ashli Renee Sawyer, 35, of Williamston, wife of Jason Sawyer, passed away on Tuesday, October 26, 2021.

Born in Plymouth, MA, she was the daughter of Robin & Donnie Roach and Donald Pollard.

In addition to her husband and parents, Ashli is survived by her children, Joshua Dutton, Chaeli Sawyer, Jayce Sawyer, Journi Sawyer, and Elli Sawyer; and her brothers, Chad Pollard and Peter Roach.

A Memorial Service will be held on Wednesday, November 3, 2021 at 3:00 pm in the Cannon-Byrd Funeral Home Chapel.

Condolences to the family of Ashli Renee Sawyer

  • Deepest sympathy for Jay,kids,and Mom. You have prayers from my family to yours. Rest easy Ashlei

  • Thelma Ballew
    3 months ago

    Donnie & Family
    Sad to hear of your daughter’s passing. Prayers go out that God will comfort you, through this sad time.
    Love, Thelma & Kirby

  • Wilton L Fowler
    3 months ago

    I wish to offer my sincere condolences to all family members and friends of Ashli. I enjoyed working with her when she was at Cannon, she was so full of life and energy. Please know you all are in Joan and my prayers during this time.
    Wilton Fowler

  • Rhonda Arnold
    3 months ago

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family and children.
    Joshua it is my prayer that the Lord will comfort you during this time. I am so sorry to hear of your loss.

  • Ray Brown
    2 months ago

    Donnie, and Robin, I send my heartfelt sadness to you both, as well at the rest of the family. No one can express this till the have lost child, no matter the age the hurt is huge. I can feel the loss that you are now feeling. My GOD’S loving arms surround you and comfort you during the weeks and months ahead If there is anything that I can do, let me know. I will continu to hav all of you in my prayers. Your friend in Christ. Ray

  • I met Ashli when I needed a friend the most…She never failed me as a friend, and someone to be here for me to talk to. Ashli had a happy, bright, energetic personality, her smile could light up the room. I will forever be thankful that I had the opportunity to meet her, and forever sad that she’s gone.

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