BOBER, Stephanie Lynn Sapak
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Stephanie was born and educated in Midland, Michigan, on January 18, 1952, and died on April 7, 2013. Stephanie and her family left Michigan in 1988 and lived in Georgia until her passing. She thoroughly enjoyed taking part in bingo and also enjoyed her special beagle, Sadie. She leaves behind her husband, David D. Bober and two children: Brian Allen Sapyak (Amber) and Ashley Marie Bober, along with her granddaughter, Kovy Hayden Sapyak. Stephanie was predeceased by her parents Marie Catherine Sapyak and Steven Sapyak and her sister Julie Sapyak. She also leaves behind nieces and nephews and her two sisters: Sue Bass (Hope, Michigan) and Stacey Schossau (Midland, Michigan) and two brothers: Michael Sapyak (Sanford, Michigan) and Steven Sapyak (Midland, Michigan). Many nieces, nephews and in-laws were a part of Stephanie’s life: Donald A. Bober (Corona, California), Arthur H. Bober (Ashburn, Virginia), Lucille E. Bober (Falls Church, Virginia), Aaron T. Bober (Freeland, Michigan), Jeffrey J. Bober (Jacksonville, North Carolina), and Patrick C. Bober, and Michael G. Bober from Marietta, Georgia. Visitation will begin at 10 o’clock followed by a Memorial Service on Thursday, April 11th, at Woodstock Funeral Home in Woodstock, Georgia. Afterwards, a luncheon hosted by EagleCrest Church will be held for friends and family at an address to be announced. In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that donations be made to The Emphysema Foundation at www.emphyse mafoundation.org. Woodstock Funeral Home 8855 Main Street, Woodstock, GA 30188 – 770-926-3107. An online guest book is available online at

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