Sara Kay Robinson-Eppenger, 31, of South Bend, Indiana departed this life on Thursday, June 5, 2014 in Memorial Hospital South Bend after an extended illness. She was born to the union of Darla Kay Greenfield-Robinson and Robert Craig Robinson on August 22, 1982 in Sturgis, Michigan.
Sara wanted to be a veterinarian while growing up. She graduated from Ross-Beatty High School in Cassopolis, Michigan. She became the mother of a son, Michael Alexander Robinson on September 11, 2003. Sara worked at Accra-Pac. She met Terrance Eppenger Sr. in 2007 and they married on March 23, 2010. Terrance and Sara owned Independent Care Providers where she excelled in helping others. Sara loved animals, reading, swimming and gardening with her husband, Terrance.
Sara leaves to cherish her memories her loving husband, Terrance Sr.; a son, Michael Robinson and two stepsons: Terrance Jr. and Kenneth Eppenger, all of South Bend, Indiana; her parents, Darla and Robert of Cassopolis, Michigan; grandmother, Elizabeth Robinson of Union, Michigan; three brothers: her twin, Caleb Robinson, Josh Robinson of Cassopolis, Michigan, and Andre Sr. (Jackie) Moore of South Bend; aunts: Debbie (Robert) Saurman, Carrol Marker, Laurie Ruch and Susan McKay, all of Elkhart, Indiana, Sherry Eppenger, Brenda Johnson, Delores Chambliss, Inez Goss, Lillie M. Barnes, Sheree Eppenger, Diana (Jessie) Winston, Brenda (Lionel) Johnson, Wilhelmina Eppenger, all of South Bend; Sheila (William) Taylor of Phoenix, Arizona; uncles: Eddie Robinson of Cassopolis, Michigan, Alan Lee of Elkhart, Indiana, Alonzo Poindexter, Michael Poindexter and Calvin Poindexter, all of South Bend, David Poindexter of Indianapolis, Indiana and David Coleman of Memphis, Tennessee, and Adolphus Eppenger of Louisville, Kentucky; sister-in-law, Carla Sain of Jackson, Tennessee; nephews: Andre Moore Jr. of South Bend, and Jamaruis Sain of Jackson, Tennessee; her cousin, Alina White of Elkhart, Indiana; a friend who loves her, Christie Plucker of South Bend; along with many other relatives and friends who love Sara. “We love you, Sara Girl.”
A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 21, 2014 in Clark-O’Neal Funeral Home, 2702 Lincoln Way West, South Bend.