Stephanie Lynn Roberts

Photo of Stephanie Lynn RobertsStephanie Lynn Roberts passed from this life on April 22, 2012 in Tulsa, OK at the age of 41 years, 5 months and 30 days.  She was born on October 23, 1970 in Tulsa, OK to Paul and Brenda (Miller) Roberts.  Stephanie enjoyed all things musical, especially the guitar and the trombone.

She adored her nieces and nephews and was friends with everyone.  Stephanie never met a stranger.  She loved watching the Chicago Cubs and spending time with her many friends and loving family.  Stephanie is survived by her mother, Brenda Roberts; father, Paul Roberts; brother, Travis Roberts and wife Kimberly; sister, Lakrisha Schubert and husband Robert; nephews, Shawn Schubert, Dalton Schubert and Travis Roberts; nieces, Sylvia Roberts and Abigail Roberts; one godson, Fred brown and numerous other family members and friends.  She was loved by all and will truly be missed.  In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Stephanie’s name to either P.A.W.S in Checotah or the House of Prayer Church in Tulsa.

Visitation will be held from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm on Tuesday, April 24, 2012 at Kennedy-Kennard Funeral Home and a Funeral Service will be held at 11:00 Wednesday at the House of Prayer in Tulsa with interment following at Dick Duck Cemetery in Catoosa. www.kennedycares.com

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  1. Stephanie you will be missed by all! Love & Prayers to you Brenda, Paul, Travis, Lakrisha and everyone else that Stephanie touched in life.

  2. Mary Heath says:

    My daughter lived next door to Stephanie and I got to know her a little. She was a kind and caring person and I am sorry to hear that she will no longer grace this earth with her sweet spirit. She had a good heart and a selflessness about her that not many people have. I know that she is in a better place and that she is watching over all her loved ones and friends. She will be missed!

  3. Gertrude Copley says:

    We will all miss Stephanie, she was and is loved by everyone that knew her. Paul, Brenda, Travis, Kim, Robin, LaKrisha and all those that were “Stephanies’ World” we are thinking of you with love. aunt gertie

  4. Dana Fitzgerald says:

    I am so sorry to hear of Stephanie’s passing. We were friends many years ago but lost contact once I moved to Fla. I am back in Oklahoma now and came across her obituary as I was trying to locate her. My heart and prayers go out to her family and wife. She was a wonderful person who I loved dearly. If someone reads this and they do not mind, will you please email me an let me know how she passed.

    Thank you,
    Dana Fitzgerald
    danki913@aol.com

    • Kendra Shrum says:

      I have known Steph for over 15 years and I hadn’t been able to reach her back in May for almost a month. Then I came across her FB page and began reading the posts in hopes to find out any info of what could possibly be going on. When I read what had happened I broke down. It’s sad that I was never friends with any of her family or any of her other friends, but we had a special bond and she always gave me good advice whether I wanted to hear it or not. I had no idea she was as sick as she was. I kept trying to keep in touch with her the past 6 months and it was so off and on because she was so sick. She finally told me she had a blood infection, but after that I could not get a hold of her for the longest and this is where I wished I would have known her family or someone who I could have contacted to ask about her and what happened.

      Stephie I loved you and still love you. You were close to my heart and I wish you were still here with us to spread you big heart to others, but I know that it was your time to go. If you were in pain I am happy that you have passed and I hope you know how much you were loved.

      Thank you
      Kendra Shrum

      • Kendra Shrum says:

        p.s. my email is kendra(at)imaxcorp.com if anyone has any info that they would mind sharing on what was going on with Steph the past 6 months. I really would like to know.

        Thank you again

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