Rebecca Dennett, 68, passed away on April 4, 2020 in Cedar City, UT. She was born November 13, 1949 to Stewart and Beth Dennett. She grew up in Springdale, UT.\nRebecca had many passions in her life. She was an amazing artist and a talented singer that participated in the In Jubilo Woman’s Choir in Cedar City. Rebecca was also involved with the Cedar Valley Community Theatre for many years, doing hair and makeup design. That is where she earned her nickname “Rebel” by everyone who loved her. She worked with the Kakapo Rescue Operation in New Zealand to save the parrot from extinction. She found joy in her last years painting portraits for people in her community who had lost loved ones to help keep their memories alive. Rebecca had an everlasting love for Friesian Horses and West Highland White Terrier dogs “Westies”.\nShe is survived by her brothers Wade, Greg, and Lynn Dennett. Also by her cat Moggie.\nRebecca is preceded in death by her parents Stewart and Beth Dennett, her sister Denise Gonzales, her very special friend Dee Rich, her beloved dog Silke and others, and by her much loved Friesian Horses: Sipke, Ids, Llonka and Zender.\nShe has been buried beneath the mountains she grew up with in Springdale Utah Cemetery, near Zion National Park.\nA memorial will take place at a later date. Online condolences can be sent at www.sumortuary.com.\nShe will be greatly missed by all those who she has touched. She is now at peace.