Gina Nichole Eberhart, 32, of Poplar Bluff died unexpectedly in a car accident on Saturday September 24th, 2022.
Gina was born on June 29th, 1990, to John Blair Eberhart and Debra Eberhart at Southeast Hospital in Cape Girardeau. Her father preceded her in death.
She loved making memories with her children, swimming and spending time outdoors with her family. One of her greatest passions was going fishing with her grandfather and listening to him talk about God for hours. She was engaged to the love of her life, Kahlil Smith. Gina touched so many lives while she was with us and always encouraged people to do the right thing. She took every opportunity to be a witness of the glory and truth of Jesus Christ. Those who were blessed to truly know her are forever changed and inspired. She showed us what true friendship and family should be. Most will never encounter such a treasure in their lifetime.
She went through many struggles that most will never endure or even understand but she never allowed it to define her. Instead, she grew and blossomed with every fall into a strong, amazing woman. Her loyalty and love were something so rare there are no words to explain her value. She was a dedicated and loving mother above all else, they were her world.
Gina left behind a son, Jerimia Johnson and a daughter Kayanna Johnson, her mother Debra Eberhart, her brother Kyle Eberhart and Three chosen sisters Jennifer Gloria, Dixie Parks and Heather Stone. Also surviving was her grandparents Val and Virginia Williams, her aunt Rhonda Billings and cousin Jessica Billings, and many nieces and nephews. She was loved by so many and will be dearly missed. The world has lost an angel, as we deeply mourn, keep in mind she would want us to celebrate her life and know that she is home.
Visitation will begin Wednesday October 5th at 12PM at Fowler-Sullivan Funeral Home. Services for Gina will be held at Fowler-Sullivan Funeral Home in Poplar Bluff on Wednesday, October 5th at 1 pm and she will be laid to rest at Ash Hill Cemetery in Fisk, MO.
Grace and peace to all in the mighty name of JESUS CHRIST.