OBITUARY

Roberta Lynn Birthmark

27 June, 19957 January, 2021

Roberta Lynn Birthmark

25, of Indianapolis, passed away on January 7, 2021. Roberta loved music, kids, animals and photography. She was a good cook and loved to dance. She was always willing to help and listen to others. Roberta was a free spirit and very loyal to all those around her. She loved to have fun and spend Sunday dinners with family.

Roberta is survived by her mom and fianc'e; Lisa Birthmark and Brian Hasenour, sisters; Martina (Marcus) Cabell and Anita (Zach) Franklin, aunts; Tina (Rick), Angela and Gale (Warren), cousins; Ashley, Cheri, Warren, Ian, Riley and Gabriel, nieces; Kamaria, Avaya, D'Vyne and Delilah, along with many other family members.

She is proceeded in death by her grandmother; Frances Two Bulls and grandfather; Danny Kinser.

Funeral Services for Roberta will be held on Sunday, January 17, 2021 at 11:00am at Little and Sons Stop Eleven Chapel.

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Services

  • Funeral Service

    Sunday, 17 January , 2021

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Gale Wilson

18 January 2021

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"I am trying to remember you
and
let you go
at
the same time"

I remember when you were little your mom came to Montana for a short while and you didn't like to stay in your bed at night. So you and your sister would tip toe out of your room and cuddle up with me until your mom would come and chase you girls back to bed. Those where good times and I'll always remember the warmth and love in those memories.

Riley Sands

16 January 2021

She was a good cousin. I remember we would always go swimming. Rest In Peace.

Angela Sands

14 January 2021

My first memory of you is holding you in the NICU and praying for you. I used to kiss your hand and face so much when you were a toddler because I wanted you to know how beautiful you were to me. I saw you grow into a girl who was fierce, loyal, and never stopped dreaming. You had a musical soul and were a great dancer. It was amazing watching you at our little parties doing Just Dance. I had to fade back and just let you hit the moves right while I tried to get technical points. You helped me put up my pool and it was a struggle in the heat but you were always there for me. We would laugh so hard with our van conversations and I don’t even remember what half of them were about. I just remember we would be cracking up. Lake Michigan is now going to be forever held as my favorite vacay. You’re not just my niece. You’re my girl. A piece of my heart went with you, leaving behind a breathless space that once held a dream for your unfinished life. I will never be the same. I’m not coming back from this one the same. You were loved, I hope you knew it.

Krystal Morgan

14 January 2021

I remember when we were locked out of your apartment I had to boost her up to the top level and Lisa came outside like “what the heck are you doing” and we were laughing so hard.

Krystal Baker-Walton

14 January 2021

My heartfelt sympathy I send to you and your family. There are no words that can take away the sadness and pain of losing a child. Matthew 5:4 “Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.”
If you need anything please do not hesitate to reach out to me!

sharon baker

14 January 2021

I was so sorry to hear of Roberta''s death. I taught her for 3 years at ISD and was her TOR. We had a lot of fun in class. She was one of my vocabulary Champions! RIP Roberta. You will be missed.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY