Starks Funeral Parlor Chapel
On the morning of September 28, 2020, the world lost a great humanitarian and beam of encouragement. Our courageous and compassionate mother and grandmother graduated unto that greater status. In his sovereign grace the Most High called our mother into his rest from her labor of love. She lived life on her own terms, she truly marched to her own drum.
Alberta Ann Sepulveda age 73, was born on December 30, 1946, to Epifanio Vasquez Sepulveda and Ancile Jackson, in San Francisco CA. She obtained many certificates of achievement in the arts of humanities and health care, dedicating much of her life as Therapeutic Recreation Director (TRD) in long term care facilities, a labor of love that gave her great joy and satisfaction. Her humanitarian reach extended far and wide throughout her realm of influence. She was selfless and generous in the scatting of alms, the seeds of love, to all those around her. She had a special way of detecting and ministering to the needs of others, as a result she was greatly loved by many and her presence will be greatly missed.
She is preceded in death by her mother, father, her cousin Joseph Sepulveda who was raised as a brother and husband of over 25 years the late Grant Whittaker Jr. Her great legacy lives on in the lives of her 5 daughters, Tonya Davison (George), Paulene Zinnerman (Anthony), Renee Davison, Cindy Reynolds-Timothy (Brett) and Maria Whittaker (Mansour), 20 beloved grand-gems and 30 great-grand-gems.
"Many daughters have done nobly, But you excel them all." Proverbs 31:29
Please join us in a Celebration of Her Life on Tuesday October 6, 2020 at Stark’s Funeral Parlor located at 3651 South 900 East, SLC, UT at 1:00 PM. Her final resting place will be at her family burial site in Fort Lupton CO.