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Sara Hebner
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Sara Jayne
Hebner (Mitchell)
1964 - 2020
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Obituary for Sara Jayne Hebner (Mitchell)

Sara Jayne  Hebner (Mitchell)
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On Monday, November 2, 2020, Sara Jayne Hebner, loving wife and mother of two, passed away at the age of 56 in St. Louis, MO. Sara was born on March 24, 1964 in Billings, MT to Robert L. Mitchell and Pamela Stone Mitchell. She grew up in Billings and attended Billings Senior High where she graduated summa cum laude and was one of six national merit scholars in the graduating class of 1982. She went on to attend Georgetown University and received her bachelor’s degree in Finance and Chinese in 1987 and was a passionate Hoya basketball fan. During her time at Georgetown, she studied abroad in Taiwan to deepen her knowledge of the Chinese language. In addition to Chinese, Sara studied French and loved to speak in her impeccable, if not slightly dramatic, French accent. On August 22, 1987, she married the love of her life, David A. Hebner and, together, they raised two children, Olivia and Henry. Sara worked as an HR Benefits Consultant at many companies over the years, most recently at Cigna in St. Louis where she made many friends.

Sara loved to sing and was an active participant in the church choirs of Christ Lutheran Church in Charlotte, NC and Reveille Methodist Church in Richmond, VA. As the only member in her immediate family with any talent for singing, her family was always excited to hear her perform. She loved challenging her mind and completed the NYTimes crossword puzzle almost every day. She truly had the answer to everything, from how to make the perfect pumpkin pie to most recently researching and ordering a part to fix her family’s refrigerator door – a part that laughably took three family members to install without her. She became passionate about running, in which she quickly involved her family. Running with her family delighted her and she completed over 15 half marathons and 1 full marathon, with plans to run more.

Perhaps more than anything else, Sara was known for her quick wit, her infectious smile, and her kind and compassionate spirit. Her joy for life, her smile, and her bubbly laugh that could be easily picked out of a crowd will always be remembered. Her enthusiasm for spending a beautiful day outside with friends and discovering a new cocktail was unmatched. Not a person she encountered walked away without a smile on their face. Sara’s last gift to others was to become an organ donor. She saved the lives of those she had never met. A true hero.

Sara was preceded in death by her father, Robert L. Mitchell, her grandparents Robert and Gladys Stone and Roy and Katherine Mitchell and great grandmother, Zella Newton. She is survived by her husband David, her two children, Olivia and Henry, her mother Pamela Stone Gustafson (Wayne), her brother Trevor Mitchell (Beth), and many adoring nephews and nieces.

A visitation will be held on Friday, November 13th, 2020 at Bopp Chapel from 3 o’clock p.m. to 7 o’clock p.m. An invite-only funeral service, due to COVID-19 restrictions, will follow on Saturday, November 14th, 2020 at 2 o’clock p.m. A live stream link will be posted for those who cannot attend in person. Flowers are welcome, and other contributions can be sent to the Brain Aneurysm Foundation in memory of Sara through the following link: https://give.bafound.org/site/TR/Events/General?px=1123774&pg=personal&fr_id=1040.