Joyce L. Vipperman "Will the Circle be Unbroken" \tWe lost our beloved sister, mother, mother-in-law, and grandmother to cancer on January 18, 2010. She was surrounded by her loving family. \tMom was born October 5, 1929, in Salina, Utah, to William Robinson and Sarah Estella McGregor LeFevre. Mom spent her early years in Tropic. The family moved to Salt Lake County during World War II. Mom was working as a switchboard operator in San Diego when she met Robert Herald Vipperman, who was serving in the Navy. Mom and Dad were married on April 11, 1957. Dad died December 2, 2005. \tLike many women of her generation, Mom spent most of her life being a homemaker. She was a good wife and a loving mother and the anchor of our family. Once all her children were in school, Mom worked outside the home for several years at places such as Lynn Wilson, Burdett Apparel, and LeVoy's. Mom was proud of her pioneer ancestry and helped found the Sunbonnet Camp of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. \tMom is survived by her children: Craig, who took good care of her the past four years, Robert (Denise) of Layton; Linda of Portland, Lisa (Kirk) of Sunset; Janet (Ben) of South Weber; Joyce (Gary) of Ogden; 6 six grandchildren, who brought her great joy: Cara (Tony), Austin, Irene, Sierra, Autumn, and Skyler; her brother, Bill and his wife Shirley; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. \tOur mother spent the last twelve days of her life in intensive care at Salt Lake Regional. We thank all her care givers for their kindness and compassion. \tFuneral services will be held Friday, 1:00 p.m. at McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 South Redwood Road where viewings will be held Thursday, 6-8 p.m. and Friday, 12-12:45 p.m. Interment, Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.