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Dulce Whittaker

May 6, 1936 — March 14, 2024

Cheyenne

Cheyenne mourns the loss of a beloved member of its community, Dulce Whittaker, who passed away on March 14th. Dulce was born in Palo Alto, CA, on May 6th, 1936, to Chauncey and Hildegarde Roberts. She was a stroke survivor for 19 years.

Dulce was a vibrant soul known for her outgoing nature and great sense of humor. Her career, as owner of Dulce's Fine Art gallery in Cheyenne, and her involvement in the business sorority Beta Sigma Phi showcased her dedication and passion, including her commitment to local community organizations. She took pride in running a successful business, creating art pieces, and working towards a hot air balloon pilot's license – accomplishments that will be remembered with admiration.

In her leisure time, Dulce found joy in various activities. She adored her cats, Noir and Prince, showering them with love and attention. Dulce was a participant at Stroke Camp where she eagerly engaged in the United Stroke Alliance themed annual retreats, always dressing up exquisitely. Her hobbies included swimming, gardening with her green thumb, hosting summer "tube steak BBQ" backyard parties, and indulging in reading – activities that brought immense fulfillment to her life.

Dulce's memory will be cherished by her surviving family: Brother, James Q. Roberts (Elizabeth), Daughter, Robin Bunch (Gordon Branch), Son, William Bunch (Kim), Daughter, Elaine Bryant (Jerry); Grand-children, Misty, Curtis, Kyle, Cody; and great-grandchildren. She is proceeded in death by her father, Chauncey Roberts, Mother, Hildegarde Roberts, husband Kenneth (Bud) Whittaker and son, Dale Bunch.

To those who knew her well, Dulce will always be remembered for her vivacious spirit and unwavering determination. Her legacy of resilience and zest for life will continue to inspire many.

In honoring Dulce Whittaker's life, let us celebrate the joy she brought to those around her and the lasting impact she made on all who had the privilege of knowing her. May she rest in peace with fond memories that will forever live on in our hearts.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to United Stroke Alliance.org or Cheyenne Botanical Gardens. A service will be announced at a later date.
Condolences can be submitted through Schrader, Aragon & Jacoby Funeral Home.

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