Sunnee passed away on May 2, 2021 after a 12 year battle with cancer. Sunnee was born on October 2, 1953 to Alva Harrison Tippetts and Mary Woneighta Bryant Tippetts in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Sunnee is survived by her husband Joseph I. Limb, four children and fifteen grandchildren; Kenneth and Holly – Joshua, Janae and Aaron and David Rawson; Craig and Krista - Brooklyn, Ashton, Owen, and Andalyn; Charlotte and Mike Kahn – Angelina, Austin and Miranda Limb; Brent and Sarah – Harrison, Lolita, Ellie and Jessy. She is also survived by her siblings: Pat Wood, Dee Tippetts, TyNea Sorenson, and Susan Ware. She was preceded in death by her parents Alva and Woneighta Tippetts and her siblings Lloyd, Zoella Essman, and Joel.
Sunnee worked in her teenage years at JCPenney, Rose Park Library, and Tooele Army Depot. After graduating from Cyprus High School in 1972, she moved to Indiana where she made many lifelong friends. While there she worked at Osco Drug Store and in the records department of Home Hospital. She lived in Indiana for two years and when she returned to Salt Lake she married her childhood sweetheart, Joseph I. Limb on August 27, 1974 in the Salt Lake Temple.
Throughout her adult years she has lived in the Historic Marmalade District of Salt Lake City. She has faithfully served in various callings as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 19th Ward of the LDS Salt Lake Stake. Among other callings, she has served as compassionate service leader, visiting teacher coordinator, and activity chairman. She is well known for her passionate service in scouting; where she served for 22 years. There are many boys that love and visit her.
Before her children were in school she provided child care in her home, she then was employed by community action program as a security guard. After 27 years of service, Sunnee retired from the George E. Wahlen Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center where she spent most of that time working in the Medical Records Department.
Sunnee is known for her kind heart and willingness to give. She has made an impact on many lives and is beloved by her family and the countless friends whom she has served and was dedicated to. She will be missed dearly.
Funeral Service will be held at the Salt Lake - 19th Ward Chapel, 225 West 500 North, Salt Lake City; May 8, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. Viewings will be on Friday, May 7, 2021 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM at the same location, and again 1 hour before service 9:45 am – 10:45 am. Her interment will be at Memorial Redwood Mortuary and Cemetery 6500 South Redwood Road, West Jordan, Utah 84123 following the service. To participate in the services from your own home via live stream, please view instructions below.
It is with great appreciation we give thanks to Dr. Glynn Gilcrease III, the Huntsman Cancer Hospital team, and Huntsman Home health who took good care of her for many years.
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Your kind heart and wonderful personality will be missed. You will be in our hearts & minds forever. We will see you again in Heaven one day. It’s sad to see you go but I’m thankful that you aren’t in pain anymore. Thank you for being a wonderful person that was there for so many people.
Sweet Aunt Sunnee.
Everything you would ever expect a gal named Sunnee to be and then multiply it by 100., that is how she is. Every visit we had was special. Our last outing was to get my dad Garments at the Deseret store in Salt lake. She was careful
To get him the comfy kind that would last. We talked about how people were changing and how it was as if this change was not for the good. She told me how her truck had been broken into and that the things that were taken would be of no use to anyone but her. We laughed about the thief’s surprise when they opened the backpack. She had several jokes about what they may say. She made lite of it but I knew it was frustrating knowing someone took her personal things.. I have to say that a lady like Sunnee is a very rare find. My mother loved her like a sister. She was always so good to us as kids. Her legacy of goodness can be seen in her children and her very precious grand children. My cousins were so blessed to have her for their mother.. Uncle Joe loved her so very much. She is his partner for all eternity. How wonderful and comforting. For now I bet she is having a ball cracking her witty comebacks and making everyone laugh. I will treasure my memories of her beautiful smile and constant love. Thank Heaven for Sunnee E. Limb I love you all.
Sunnee was always a wonderful Grandma to Josh and Janae. She was always generous and thoughtful with her time and gifts she gave to them over the years. She helped them with school projects, sewing projects, and always had gift baskets and notes and cards my kids will keep forever remembering her. Josh and Janae always knew Sunnee loved them and she showed it in many different ways throughout their lives. She was a wonderful grandparent to them, and I will forever be grateful for the role she had in their lives.
She will be missed. Mom used to call Sunnee and talk for hours, usually at night. I’m sure they’re catching up now!