Rebecca Lovato

October 6, 1959 ~ September 6, 2020

Service:

Sept. 13, 2020
4:00 PM
260 E. South Temple, SLC UT 84111

It is with great sadness we announce the death of our beloved Rebecca "Becky" Lovato.
She fought the good fight. In as much as it could be on her terms, she decided
it was time for her to leave us. Surrounded by loved ones her passing came on September 6, 2020
in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Her story began on October 6, 1959 when she was born to Julia Aguayo and Isaac Lovato in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Rebecca was a wonderful mother, grandmother, daughter, sister and auntie. She doted on her
family and was happiest spending time with them, seeing their successes and watching them grow.

Rebecca was fortunate enough to have been able to live and work in many places. For a time in
Washington, Kelso, CA., Broken Arrow, OK., and Estacion Consuelo, Chihuahua, Mexico. In every place she
lived she made friends. Not just small time friends. Life long friends. She made a point to
nurture her friendships, stay and touch and made sure they knew they were important,
loved and mattered to her.

Rebecca shared her talents with everyone at one time or another. She could make something from
nothing. A ball of string into the most beautiful crochet work. The most simple doily, hat,
blouse, blanket or baby bootie would certainly have intricate, beautiful and artistic stitching.
If you were ever gifted one of her creations you were sure to know she cared about you and you were
sure to cherish it every time it was used. She could take a piece of fruit you thought was done and
would bake the most delicious bread with it. If she ever shared her banana nut bread with you, you
could taste the love in the bread. Flour and water into the tastiest tortillas or a variety of baked
treats. Rebecca certainly valued those old traditions of creating something with her hands and love.

Rebecca was an avid writer. She took her time with words to make sure that every one that was written
was meaningful. Her favorite way to keep in touch with far away friends was the old fashioned
way with pen and paper. For you "youngins" that meant putting it in an envelope, addressing it, placing
a stamp on the envelope and putting it in that blue mailbox. Her son Jesus would often see the
writings and say "Mom you should really write a book, people would love to buy a book written like that."

During the past few years, Rebecca took an great interest towards her ancestry. Spending countless
hours researching and using her writing talent documenting her family history. Rebecca felt it was good
for her family to know who your are, where you came from and to know how your past impacts you now.

Use this knowledge to improve ourselves and families for the future. Most of all so that her family
could be proud of their heritage.

Rebecca was most proud of her grandchildren. You could often find her at Franny's baseball games, teaching
Jimena a new craft, spending time with Mikey and hearing about Joel's accomplishments.

Rebecca has been reunited in heaven with her father Isaac Lovato, sister Denise Lovato,
brother Joseph (Chepo) Lovato and many others. Rebecca is survived by her son Jesus Lovato (Josefina),
grandchildren Joel Alvarez, Mikey, Franny, Jimena Lovato, godson Carlos Corrales (Yajaira), goddaughters
Christina Corrales and Zina Salcedo. Also survived by her mother Julia Torres, sister Cynthia Acosta,
Ursula Hernandez (Martin),Cathy Hernandez, Michelle Cabral (Heribeto) brother, Richard Lovato (Patricia),
sister Julie Lovato and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews to name.

A celebration of life will be held Sunday September 13, 2020 between 4:00pm - 6:00pm at
Larkin Mortuary 260 E South Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84111.



Guestbook/Condolences

I am so sorry to hear about Becky she was a beautiful person our condolences to all the Lovato family no words can express how your feeling during this difficult time may god bless you all and Julia such a strong woman luv you Phil & Loretta ❤️🙏

- Loretta Castillo
Rebecca was my dear friend . I worked with her at Connexion Point and during that time she became family to me . When life got hard for me she helped me and she encouraged me to always do better for myself and to always know that I can accomplish anything . I always would tell her how much I admired her courage and appreciated all the love she always showed me . She showed me that anything is possible as a female and you can make it through anything . She was a person who I would run to for advise and someone who believed in me. I will forever hold her in my heart . To her family Myself and my family are keeping you in our prayers . Rebecca is now an Angel in heaven just as she was here on earth .

- Inez DeHerrera
Rebecca. as she was called by her father will be missed by all who knew her. now she will be United with him and along with Denise and Joe my she rest in peace.

- dionizio Aguayo
I am going to miss Rebecca. Even though she was in pain she sent love and words of strength to me. Her last message to me said: "Be strong and let you heart take courage, all you who wait for the Lord." (Psalms 31:24)

- Amy Everhart
I will always be grateful for the opportunity to have known Rebecca. She was so easy to be with and enjoyed visiting about the deep and spiritual things that were precious to her. I will remember her with fondness and love. Jean Harvey

- Jean Harvey
We will remember Rebecca's lovely smile, friendship, and love for God. We will miss her. Best regards to her family. The obituary was a beautiful tribute to her life. Dave and Donna Gibson

- Dave and Donna Gibson
Rest in peace Becky, see you on the other side. Prayers to the family may God bless you all.

- Rose Crawford
Rebecca was a wonderful woman that I had the pleasure of meeting when we worked together. She was so sweet and we became great friends. We shared a passion for crafts, specifically cross stitching and would share our work with one another. Although we no longer worked together we remained friends on social media and spoke often. I will truly miss her.

- Cori Wilcox
My dearest sister I can’t believe you left you once told me that we are going to grow old and be like that move you and Cathy enjoyed the golden girls we had fun watching the laverne and Shirley thoughts of our childhood memories has ran so fast like a shooting star then as I left your side I asked my self if are going to be okay and now I see that Our Father had this beautiful plan for you my sister Rebecca # five you have had a wonderful life I am going to miss you our talks our drives like you said driving Miss Daisy we laughed so hard at times we got a headache the most of all I will miss dearly is you beautiful things you made me the food you made but when I make my cookies and cakes 🎂 you are definitely going to be etched in my heart like sisters Denise she had a beautiful talent that still weighs heavy on my mind she was one of my big sisters and now you and brother joe can celebrate your entering the kingdom of heaven I hope as I live my life that you will give me signs of your presence . May you now be free from all this pain and and shine on Mom who is grieving your loss as well she has had her share of her children loss Mother will all have you in her heart I know you always said some quotas that never left me and I will miss you tender love you give each and every soul that come into your life Rebecca Lovato 10-6-1959 9-6-2020

- Ursulita Lovato Hernandez
Sorry for your lost 🙏

- Lisa Gallegos
So sorry for your lost 🙏 to the family!my condolences

- Lisa Gallegos
We will remember Rebecca's lovely smile, friendship, and love for God. We will miss her. Best regards to her family. The obituary was a beautiful tribute to her life. Dave and Donna Gibson

- Dave and Donna Gibson
May God bless her family and bring them comfort. I will miss Rebecca and her wonderful stories. Each time I sat with her, she mez-morized me with her storytelling. There was something about how she talked that I would be spellbound by her. She was such a beauty inside and out. I am honored to have been one of her friends. We didn't get to spend a lot of time together, but I will treasure those times. She co-produced a beautiful and spectacular documentary about one of Utah's Latina artist.

- Brandy Farmer
So sorry for your lost my Condolences to the family!

- Lisa Gallegos
We are so sorry for your lost may god bless each and everyone of use at this time and always.

- Lazalde laura &Geronimo
Me deepest condolences to the Lovato Family. Becky was my cousin and she will be missed by a lot of people who loved her. May She Rest In Peace

- Alice Janet Fouts
I was deeply saddened when I watched the video Rebecca shared in the hospital. To see her suffering and expressing her love for everyone made me cry. When I heard of her passing, my thoughts immediately were of her sisters, Jesus, Chepina, and mother. My heart ached for you all. She was so kind and loving. You're all in my prayers. She took serious pride and care of all those she loved. She touched my heart in such a beautiful way. A genuine person. Deepest condolences.

- Maxine Isabel Lucero
Becky my friend my sister. We grew up together and had great times. As we got older we still stayed in touch. Always remembered my birthday and yes a card was mailed every year. I even got your graduation card and picture. To my family I love you all and always will. Becky I love you so will miss you as much. Fly with the angels I know you got the golden wings. Your little sister Laura

- Laura Dell Medina
Lovato family, I am sorry for your loss. I will miss her ability to reach out and be caring to me at all times. I only have memories of her being loving and kind to me and making me feel welcome. I have great memories of amazing conversations with her. Much love to you all.

- Leah Lobato
My condolences to her Family To Aunt Julia and to all of Rebeccas siblings. May she Rest In Peace. God be with all of the Family. I Love Each and everyone of you

- Roberta Davison
I met Rebecca back in the 70’s when mama Lovato would take a bunch of us to the YWCA after school. I reconnected with her a few years ago through Facebook. She sure had a way with words, when you were talking with her she always made you feel special and at the end would say she loved you. She was one in a million,, I will miss her so much!! Lovato family thanks so much for the childhood memories my condolences to you all. Jesus you were her pride and joy she was so proud of you!! Rest In Peace my dear friend, until we meet again-Bella

- Bella Gautney-Steele
So sorry for loss of a beautiful person. God has her know she is healthy and laughing with her dad and brother. May God bless you all at hard painful time of your life. My prayers are lord I'm asking you to put your loving arms around her family and take them from the pain . Confront them lord in jesus name amen.

- Joe and Kathy Villagrana
To the Lovato Family I am so sorry to hear of Becky's passing may you find peace knowing she is no longer in pain. May God Bless your family at this time. Heaven has gained another beautiful Angel. Prayers ti your family. Sara Williams family friend

- Sara Williams
Eye will miss your physical presence very much. Thank you for always being a beautiful light on my journey. My Facebook won’t be the same without all your outpouring of LOVE for myself and my family. You made sure to celebrate all of our accomplishments. Eye LOVE you Beautiful Being

- LaToy
I remember you so bright was your light. You were friends with my girls the Stevens. I am glad to hear you lived a full and rewarding life. I feel sorrow for the emptiness your leaving so soon has caused your loved ones. may God bless and keep you and bless your family as well. Bonnie Hartley aka Batchelder.

- Bonadel Hartley
Rest in Peace my friend - love you ❤️

- Rebecca Delgado
I'm sorry to hear about your loss may she rest in peace it was nice knowing her

- Sandy Castillo
Tristes en la tierra pero gozosos en el cielo pues a ganado una gran persona

- Lopez Dominguez Family