OBITUARY

Sara Louise Eiszner

December 25, 1989November 6, 2021
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Sara Louise Eiszner, 31, died unexpectedly on November 6 at her home in Indianapolis.

Sara was born December 25, 1989 in Indianapolis and spent her life here. She attended North Central High School and IUPUI. Sara was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, where she served as an acolyte and as a chorister with Trinity Choir. She travelled to England with the choir in 2002 and 2005 and sang in the cathedrals of Winchester, Chichester, Bristol and Durham. Sara also played the cello and was active in local arts, including North Central’s King’s Court Singers and Descants. More than anything she enjoyed music, and was a huge supporter of aspiring musicians and artists. She loved travel, drawing, photography and writing. She was a great lover of animals and a firm advocate for social justice.

Sara is survived by her parents, John and Cheryl Eiszner, sister Julia Eiszner, maternal grandmother, Maryann Sherman, uncle Rodney Sherman (Susan Spier), aunt Laura Newman, aunt Janice Adkins, aunt Lorraine (Bruce) Alden, her cousins Eric Alden, Melissa (Jon) Scott, Grant Sherman, Adam Adkins (Sarah Scott), Rider Adkins (Kaleigh Byrd), Olivia Adkins, and her beloved cat Jerry.

A funeral service will be held at Trinity Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, on Wednesday, November 17 at 4:00 PM. Masks are required for this service. Non-vaccinated or high-risk individuals are respectfully encouraged to attend via live stream instead of in person.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Sara’s memory to the Humane Society of Indianapolis, or to the choral department of North Central High School.

  • FAMILY

  • John William Eiszner, Father
  • Cheryl Eiszner, Mother
  • Julia Eiszner, Sister

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Wednesday, November 17, 2021

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Mr Blair Karsch

November 20, 2021

I am so sorry............... Mr Blair/////

Kitty O’Donnell

November 16, 2021

I remember Sara as a delightful young lady with a beautiful voice, and lovely smile. Her enjoyment of music was very evident. I am terribly sorry and send my deepest sympathies to her family.

Kitty O’Donnell ( Retired from North Central)

Joan Nowak

November 15, 2021

We met dear Sara recently and she was a delightful young women. We were so happy to meet her during a visit to her parents. Deepest sympathy and regards.

Love
Joan and Ray

Silvia Adloff

November 12, 2021

Cheryl, John and Julia.
Our thoughts are with you all. We have come to know Sara as a great young lady. We will remember her and her smile forever.
Silvia, Birgit and Andreas

Nancy Adams

November 11, 2021

Cheryl and John, my heart breaks for you. I remember that Christmas Eve so well! Sara will forever be All Saints' "choir baby", a beautiful gift on that most holy night. I pray that you may feel the love that surrounds you, and surrounds dear Sara, now and forever. Sending you virtual hugs and asking God to hold you tightly in His love.

Diantha Daniels

November 10, 2021

She was such a beautiful spirit, Cheryl, John, and Julia. Yes, music. That's what I think of when I think of Sara. When her death was announced this past Sunday, several friends in the choir at All Saints Episcopal, Indianapolis, shared the memory of the Christmas Eve service in 1989, Cheryl, when you were choir director there, and headed straight to the hospital after the service was over to bring her into the world! A sweet memory, and one I didn't know about before then. May she rest and be at peace. Sending much love, Diantha

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Sara's High School Graduation Portrait

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12-25-1989

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12-25-1990

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Sara's High School Graduation Portrait

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12-25-1989

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12-25-1990

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