Luis Sepulveda, age 49, has passed away into the peaceful rest of the Lord on March 12, 2021 in his home. Luis was born in Bridgeport to the Maria E. Sepulveda of Bridgeport and the late Jose A. Sepulveda and resided here most of his life. He attended Bridgeport Catholic schools and graduated from Kolbe Cathedral High School class of 1989. He is the beloved husband of Heather Sepulveda of Norwalk, CT. Luis was a very simple man with a heart of gold. His demeanor was not one to require a lot from life, he never stopped giving to those less fortunate season after season. He would make it a point to remove from his closet those items which he realized he did not use or wasn't going to use and made sure he provided it to those in the neighboring homeless shelters who would truly appreciate his gesture of love. He was employed for many years in the Banking industry most recently in the People's Bank branch on Connecticut Avenue, Norwalk, CT. He loved arts, especially cinema and photography. He was a faithful fan of the Comic books. He had a vast collection of pictures and had created a persona named BMF on Instagram where he amassed close to 3000 followers who like himself appreciated the uniqueness of his photos. He would create the look as if the action figures were truly part of a scene in a movie and created a spectacular ambiance as you would browse through the clearly talented work he managed to produce. Luis had a strong affection for the beach and enjoyed traveling to tropical islands. His most precious beaches were found in Puerto Rico, Bahamas and Curacao at times wanting to go 2-3 times a year. On his down time he was an at home contestant of Jeopardy, often times out performing the in studio contestants. Luis could be found napping with his 15 year old fur child Gunner Sepulveda and looked forward to spending quality time with this entire extended family. In his younger years, Luis focused his energy close to his family raising his nieces, and nephews and showing the love and affection to them every day he could until he met his beloved. Truly a life gone too soon, and although Luis has left this earth, his love and selfless persona will never be forgotten.
Friends are invited to attend calling hours on Thursday, March 18, 2021 from 5:30 P.M. until 8:00 P.M. at the Funeraria Luz de Paz, (Peaceful Light Funeral Home),426 E. Washington Avenue, Bridgeport, CT; a mass of christian burial will be held on Friday, March 19, 2021 at 9:00 am as St. Mary's Church, 25 Sherman St. Bridgeport, CT.
Final disposition will be held privately at the convenience of the family.
Meanwhile please sign our online Book of Perpetual memories where you may share your thoughts, memories, prayers, pictures and accomplish so much more but is found only at www.luzdepaz.com
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