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Ann Lucille Sepper
August 2, 1937 ~ May 1, 2023 (age 85) 85 Years Old
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Ann Lucille Nordstrom Sepper, at the age of 85, joined her husband in Heaven on May 1, 2023.
She was born on August 2, 1937, to the late Catherine (Baker) Nordstrom Sandberg and Morris D. Nordstrom, DDS in Norwalk, Connecticut. Ann was a 1957 graduate of Endicott College in Beverly, Massachusetts. She married Duane A. Sepper on January 2, 1965 in Norwalk, Connecticut, and together with their son, moved to Florida in 1969, where she had her second child, a daughter. She had a long, successful career as a medical transcriptionist. Ann was a loving and devoted wife and mother and was always a happy and positive person, bringing joy to her family and friends. She loved spending her time at the beach and had a great affection for her pets and, especially later in her life, enjoyed reading, bird-watching, and caring for her plants. She treasured her friends and was dedicated to staying in touch with them throughout her life.
She is survived by her son, Scott D. Sepper and his wife Debbie Callahan Sepper of Verona Island, Maine, her daughter Dana L. Knapp and her husband David M. Knapp of Burnet, Texas, her brother John D. Nordstrom and his wife Louise J. Nordstrom of Fort Myers, Florida, her three grandchildren, Raynor James Sepper, Kristy Marie Sepper, and Miranda Paige Knapp, as well as her two nephews, Christopher J. Nordstrom and Andrew C. Nordstrom. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations are suggested to the ASPCA.
An excerpt from The Sandpiper by Ann N. Sepper-
“Hurrying, scurrying, playing tag with the sea, their footprints in the sand in an instant washed away by the on-marching tides that ever be.”