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Veronica Sepulveda

July 22, 1969 — September 6, 2023

Veronica Sepulveda - A Life of Compassion and Love

Veronica Sepulveda, a beloved mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, and friend, passed away on September 6, 2023, leaving behind a legacy of kindness and warmth. Born on July 22, 1969, in New York, Veronica embraced every moment of her life with an unwavering dedication to helping others. She touched the lives of many as a Certified Nursing Assistant for many years, providing care and support.

Throughout her career as a healthcare professional, Veronica displayed unparalleled empathy and compassion. She skillfully assisted the elderly with their daily activities while simultaneously engaging in meaningful interactions that brightened their days. Her years spent nurturing others were a true testament to her selflessness and dedication to making a difference.

Beyond her career accomplishments, Veronica found immense joy in her role as a grandmother. She loved spending quality time with her grandchildren and creating memories that will forever be cherished. Cooking was one of her passions, and she delighted in preparing delicious meals for her loved ones. Her kitchen was always filled with laughter and the comforting aroma of her culinary creations.

Veronica's loving nature shone through in every aspect of her life. Known for her incredible work ethic and kindheartedness, she had an innate ability to make those around her feel at ease. Her warm smile could instantly brighten any room she entered. Veronica possessed a delightful sense of humor that brought endless joy and laughter to those fortunate enough to know her.

Family was at the center of Veronica's world; she treasured every moment spent alongside them.  She leaves behind Carlos Sepulveda (father), Felicita Matos (mother), Juan Alberto Placensia Jimenez (husband), Alex Adorno (son), Yasmeen Adorno (daughter), Melissa Rivera (daughter), Yuliana Adorno (grandchild), Yadiel Adorno (grandchild), Jexzel Adorno (grandchild), Martha Sepulveda (sister) Shelia Matos (sister). Veronica's remarkable spirit will continue to live on in the hearts of her surviving family members and friends.

To celebrate Veronica's life, a viewing will be held on September 10, 2023, from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Funeraria Luz De Paz in Bridgeport, CT. It is during this time that family and friends can come together to honor her memory and find solace in each other's presence.

Veronica Sepulvada touched the lives of countless individuals with her unyielding compassion, gentle nature, and radiant smile. Her legacy of love and kindness will endure through the memories shared by all who were fortunate enough to have known her. She will forever hold a special place in our hearts, reminding us to approach life with empathy and to cherish the moments we have with our loved ones.

As we bid farewell to Veronica, let us reflect on how she brightened our lives and carry forward her legacy of compassion. Though she may no longer be physically present, her spirit will continue to guide and inspire us all. Rest in peace, dear Veronica, knowing that your life made an everlasting impact on those who had the privilege of knowing you.

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Sunday, September 10, 2023

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