Larkin Mortuary

Sandy Ann Peck Chapple

08/08/1970 - 09/27/2017

  • Share this obituary:

Sandy Ann Peck Chapple, 47, was born August 8th, 1970 to Sylvia Watkins and Dennis Peck. On Wednesday, September 27th, 2017, surrounded by dearly loved ones, she passed away early in the morning. Although the certificate of death says cancer, it was the fact that her body could not keep up with the energy of her jubilant outgoing spirit. With a soul full of love and pure light, God wanted more of what she had around Him and called her home.

Her husband of 22 years, Allen, sons, Bryson, Brennon, Bronson and daughters Brooklyn and Jessica and 2 grandkids, and her sister Christy McBride survives her.

She enjoyed doing multiple projects at one time.  She loved water skiing, hiking, snowboarding, baseball games and being with her family. She was a loyal loving wife, a caring nurturing mother and a highly respected business woman. She would talk your ear off about the good deal she found. She was a computer programmer by profession. She had aspirations of being a search and rescue specialist and was on her way to becoming one when her illness took hold.

While not a political activist, she wants to vocalize her strong opinion for the legalization of cannabis, which undeniably eased her pain and suffering.

Even though her life was cut short she lived a lifetime of experiences, moments and memories.  She will be deeply missed by her family and everyone that knew her.

Funeral services will be Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017.  The viewing will begin at 9am. The service will start at 11am at Larkin Mortuary of Riverton, 3688 W. 12600 S. Interment will follow service at Herriman Cemetery.

Recent Condolences

› Read all
  • Allen and family,

    We were so sorry to hear of your loss. We loved seeing Sandy at the games, each and every time! We will keep cheering in her honor and know that God’s grace is with you and your family as you mourn.

    Blessings and Love,
    Jim and Glenda
    (Parker’s Grandparents)

    — Jim and Glenda Ryser