Born to Sostenes & Mary Lujan (both deceased), and raised in Clearfield, Utah. One of ten children, brothers and sisters include: Max Martinez, ex-wife Arlene Johnson (deceased), JR & Suzie Lujan, Vern & Tony Schilling Billy & Barbara Lujan, Benny Lujan (deceased), Gary & Larue Lujan, Ray Lujan, Ross Lujan. Louie Lujan & Rhonda Blakely. There are many cousins in Utah and New Mexico, her favorite cousin LeRoy & Stacie Lujan, all the nephews and nieces, lots of extended family, left behind.
She raised her three children, that she loved ever so, as a heroic single mother: April Layla Lujan, Eric Andrew Beal and Donald & Alisha Jean Seagroves. Grand Children: Adam Kyle & Cora Day, Jacob Richard & Kelsey Day, Megan Marie Day & Sebastian Howell, Tanner Beal, EA Vandersteen, Ryilee Marie Seagroves, Chastity Annabell May Seagroves, and Copenhagen Allen
Chance Seagroves. Great Grand Children: Emma Harley Day, Rowan James Kimble and Colson Richard Day. A special mention for lifelong friends Glenda Hansen, Stacy Neil and family, the Anderson familyX2, Holly Chavez and family, the Quintana family, all of whom she loved.
"Rob" dedicated her work life to Institutional cooking for: the Davis County School District, HAFB (12 years), St. Joseph's Hospital, where she was unanimously chosen to represent their kitchen in a commercial on their behalf. And of course, her wholehearted dedication to family and friends; wherein she performed miracles on the daily with her masterful skill set in preparing the best meals with whatever she had. Anyone with whom she shared a meal would agree that she could pick the best ingredients her budget could afford and had the best recipes in her heart. Many an in-law and outlaw were welcomed to her table.
Her ability to think proper in a crunch came at a price to her personal happiness and she proved herself invaluable to those she found in a lurch. Be it scrapping by or using whatever was on hand to make it back home. She knew when to use her nylons as a fan belt or all your shoelaces for the windshield wipers and did so with her own style of grace under pressure.
On her behalf her family would appreciate you celebrating her life in the special way you remember her. She loved celebration for any reason, or no reason whatsoever. Her strong suit was Billiards, poker, thrifting and being in nature with her loved ones most of all. She left a broad swath of enjoyment options for her family and friends with nonstop great taste of music in the background and eye for intriguing art.
A Celebration of Life is being planned by her family.