Rosetta “Bonnie” Sepich fought through several health issues for a long time before passing away on August 24th, 2021, with her family at her side.
Bonnie is predeceased by her husband Robert “Bob” Sepich. She is survived by her daughter Rose (George) Hall, grandchildren Zack, Molly, and Trent Hall, son Bill (Karrie) Sepich, grandson Will Sepich, brother Mike (Mary) Crook, niece Beth Crook, and nephew Mike Crook, brother Bill (deceased), sister-in-law Caryle Crook, niece Jennifer Crook, and nephew Liam Crook.
Bonnie was born in New York City on May 6th, 1947, to Leo and Rosetta Crook. Bonnie married her soulmate, Bob Sepich in 1969. They were quite the power team and had found a home at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Parish in Tacoma. Bonnie was a devoted mother raising her two children with Bob until his passing in 1987. After Bob’s death, Bonnie took a position at Our Lady Queen of Heaven and later, Visitation Catholic Church. She dedicated her life to helping others as the Office Manager and Outreach Coordinator. Bonnie spent 27 years working for the Catholic Archdiocese. She dedicated her life to loving her family, raising her children as well as grandchildren to be kind, gentle, and loving humans. She was always helping others, and doing the Lord’s work, leading by example. Bonnie had the kindest heart, compassionate ear and lived the gospel. Everyone who knew her was a better person from having had her in their life. The family wishes to extend heartfelt gratitude to her entire MultiCare Healthcare team, the Parkland DaVita Dialysis staff, her Nephrologist, Dr. Neil Hannigan, and his staff.
A viewing will be held at Edwards Memorial, 11020 S. Tacoma Way Lakewood, WA 98499, Wednesday, September 1st. Rosary and Slideshow 4:30-5 pm followed by viewing 5-7 pm.
Funeral Mass will be September 3rd at 11:30 am at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Catholic Church 14601 A St S, Tacoma, WA 98444
Burial Following mass (approximate time 1:30 pm) at Calvary Cemetery 5212 S 70th St, Tacoma, WA 98467
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