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Sepulveda, Pablo Jr.
Born to eternal life on Tuesday, February 07, 2017, at the age of 47 years. Loved by Sarina and Tracy. Beloved father of John, Jacob and Raymond Sepulveda and step father of Alaina and Vincent. Loving son of Pablo and the late Crecensia. Dear brother of Jerry (Juan) Sepulveda. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Visitation will be held on Monday, February 13, from 3:00 PM until 6:00 PM at the funeral home with a service to follow at 6:00 PM.
If so desired, memorials to the family are appreciated.

Past Comments


I’m sorry for your loss.. May the “peace that surpasses all understanding” give you peace at this difficult time. Philippians 4:6.

David Burkowitz

David Burkowitz


You were the guy in school who could already play the guitar. Why did you need to be in class? I thought as I sat across the room watching you “show off”.

Little did I know at the time how awesome of a person you were and how deeply I’d fall in love with you.

I love you now and forever. You will be greatly missed but never forgotten. We will meet each other again someday in heaven. Until then… <3 <3 <3

Auntie Kitty Wuerl

I am so sorry Sarina to hear your sad news. I just found out about this & I feel so bad for you. Would you mind telling me what /how this happened ? Please call me back, Auntie Kitty (414)233-5234

sarina Sepulveda

I know you don’t think I remember things (granted I do forget a lot), but I do remember March 10 was the day we decided we were going to be together. Since then we’ve had a lot of laughs, love, parties, anniversaries, raised our kids, you stood by me while I got my bachelors degrees and masters degree, I stood by you while you started your music school, through all your bands, your album, we had the world at the tips of our fingers, but in between it all, you just kept getting sicker and sicker. First the diabetic retinopathy, then what seemed like the complete shut down of your body, to the kidney failure and dialysis. I was a match, I was supposed to save you, I was your one in 50,000 match, right in your house. Like everyone said, how perfect is that. I wish we could have gotten to transplant and you would be right next to us. I need you so much. I wasn’t suppose to be a widow, especially before I turn 39. I love you Pablo. I hope you knew that.

David Burkowitz

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