Victor T. EUBANKS Sr.

News Death Notice

EUBANKS, Victor T. Sr. went home to be with the Lord on January 20, 2013. He was born July 29, 1949 to the late Phillip Eubanks Sr. and Virginia Kennedy Eubanks. He was the fourth child of six children. He attended Dunbar High School in Dayton, Ohio and was a Veteran of the United States Army where he served in the Vietnam War. He was a proud graduate of Central State University, class of 1979. He retired from Digital Concepts Incorporated of Dayton Ohio. He was loved by his family and many, many friends. He was a wonderful provider and protector of his family. All that knew him enjoyed his pure spirit in which he never met a stranger and would not hesitate to reveal who he was and what he felt was the truth. He enjoyed playing the congas and was a percussionist at his church, Restored Life Ministries of Springfield, Ohio. After relocating to South Carolina in 2008, he became a member and percussionist of Covenant Community Church of Indian Trail, North Carolina. He was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Hamilka Eubanks. He is survived by his loving wife, Shari Eubanks; six children, Rollanda Strodes, Shawn (De'Angelia) Huggins, Victor (Kaci) Eubanks Jr., Brandy Mabra, Erica (Lloyd) Moore, and Sparkle Eubanks; 19 wonderful grandchildren; Three sisters, Teala Henderson, Vernondi Eubanks of Dayton Ohio, and Alyce (James) McCampbell of Syracuse, NY; one brother, Phillip (Sadie) Eubanks Jr., of Dayton Ohio. He also leaves two special aunts, Altheda Kennedy Carrie of San Francisco, CA and Eulalia Peeks, of Charleston, WV, and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Special thanks to Dr. George Varghese of Springfield, Ohio and Dr. Nickholson of Rock Hill, South Carolina and the ICU staff of Piedmont Medical Center. Memorial Services will begin at 7:00pm on Friday, January 25, 2013 at Covenant Community Church, 5805 W. Hwy 74, Indian Trail, NC 28079. Pastor John Lofton will officiate. A guest registry is available online at In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to The Kidney Foundation.

Published in Springfield News-Sun on Jan. 24, 2013