Dora Zepeda

April 28, 1958 - September 11, 2009
Dora Zepeda

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Dora Z. Zepeda, 51, of Edneyville, died Friday, September 11, at Pardee Hospital. A native of San Miguel, El Salvador, she was a daughter of Elvira Saravia of San Miguel and the late Ernesto Zelaya. A resident of Henderson County for 25 years, she had worked for Lee and Carolyn Hardin, owners of Hardin Manufacturing, for most of the time she had lived here. She was a very active member of Agua Viva Iglesia Bautista since arriving in Henderson County, and taught Sunday school for many years. A very happy person, she read her bible faithfully. She loved her family, her church and was always willing to help those less fortunate than herself.

Dora is survived, in addition to her mother, by her beloved husband of 23, years, Vicente Zepeda; five children, Dora Dalis Zelaya, Ernesto Zelaya, Jonathan Zelaya, Lezette Parks and Josiangel Zepeda; two grandchildren, Keilin and Axel Betancur; two brothers, Manuel E. Zelaya and Jose Ines Zelaya; four sisters, Reina I. Zelaya, Rubidia Zelaya, Guadalupe Zelaya and Blanca Zelaya and several nieces and nephews.


Wednesday, September 16, 2009
12:00 AM

Agua Viva Iglesia Bautista - Directions
4017 Chimney Rock Road
Edneyville, NC 28727


Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Forest Lawn Memorial Park & Mausoleum - Directions
538 Tracy Grove Road
Hendersonville, NC 28792

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  • September 13, 2009
    vickie wyatt says:
    Dora, was a gracious and loving influence in my daughter as she was growing up Tiffani loved to stay at her home and especially enjoyed her delicious meals. I will always remember her with great respect and graditude for being apart of my daughters and my son's life. My greatest sympathy goes out to Lizette, Ernesto and Family. Respectivly Vickie Wyatt In loving memory Vickie Wyatt

  • September 14, 2009
    Donna Hernandez y Familia says:
    I will miss you Dora. We will never forget Dora, she was a wonderful person. Our deepest Sympathy for her family. Donna Hernandez and the owners of El Charrito, Inc.

  • September 14, 2009
    Donnie and Theresa Parks says:
    Though we did not get to know Dora as well as we would have liked. In the short time we have known her, we found her to be a warm, loving and generous person with a warm and caring spirit. Because of her love for the Lord, we know we will get to know one another better when we meet again. Our prayers go out to all of the family.

  • September 14, 2009
    Savanna Jordan says:
    My sympathies are with the family of this wonderful woman, whom I am sad to find has left us. Mrs. Zepeda was so welcoming to me and made each of my high school birthdays complete by being a gracious host and cooking me memorable meals. She was always so lively and happy, and I am deeply saddened by her passing.

  • September 14, 2009
    Anthony Corn and Yolanda says:
    sorry for your lost