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  • Bud Epps Obituary

    Mr. Bud Epps

    Mr. Bud Epps of Geneva, passed away Wednesday, February 17, 2010 in the Wiregrass Hospital. He was 75. Private memorial services will be held at a later date. The family will receive friends at the family residence, 1525 McDougald Street, Geneva (Eunola Community). Mr. Bud was born August 22,1934 to the late John Thomas and Mary Davis Epps. He was a distinguished 20 year veteran of the United States Air Force. He was also retired from the Public Service Company in Colorado. He was a loving husband, dad, grandpa, great-granddad, uncle and friend. His zest for life was immeasurable as he was truly one of a kind. His worldly wisdom and recollections of life experiences have inspired us all. He will be greatly missed and never forgotten. Survivors include his wife, Jill Epps, Geneva; three daughters, Linda Kalameja, South Carolina, Christine Epps, Beaufort,S.C., Brenda Jennings, Geneva; five sons, Richard Epps, Dayton, Ohio, Michael Epps, South Carolina, Albert Epps, South Carolina, James Thomas Epps II, Tuscaloosa, William Bowman; one sister, Myra Epps Cooper (Bruce), Naples, Florida, several grandchildren and great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. To sign a quest register, please visit www.sorrells  
    Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

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    Published on February 20, 2010 · Filed under: Epps Obituaries;

5 Responses to “Bud Epps Obituary”

  1. Uncle Bud Epps was my Granny Mary Davis Epps’s baby son, and now only Aunt Myra Epps Cooper of Naples, Fl. is left of Granny’s 10 children, and of course Granddaddy James Thomas Epps. My wife, Wanda, and I met my Aunt Jill Epps, and many cousins yesterday, Feb. 21, 2010 at Edgemont Cem. in Anniston,Ala. to spread his ashes at Granddaddy’s grave as they say was his wish, and later fellowship together before going back to our homes.

    Earlier in the day Wanda and I went to Piedmont, Ala. and finally found my GreatGrandparents Hiram Thomas and Martha Ann Chesser Epps’s graves and Samuel H. Epps’s grave and family plot and I took pictures. Thanks be to God, we finally found them,Amen!

  2. Oh I wish I had been home. I would have loved to come to Anniston to see all the cousins.

  3. I would have liked to meet you and yours also, Cousin Christiana (Chris) Epps Wheeler. I love all my relatives, some don’t care, but I have always cared for my loved ones,Amen, and Amen! God Bless, and someday I would like to meet yall,Amen!

    Love you All, yall,
    Cousin Steve Epps

  4. Myndall said on

    I believe Mr. Bud was related to my grandmother, Elsie Marie Epps Knox. I want to express our sorrow even if this link is from afar and generations down.

    ~Myndall Johnston~

  5. Reba A Chunn said on

    Tonight I went on line to look up Uncle Bud only to find out he has passed away.

    My mother was his sister Martha Jewett Epps.

    My name was Reba Ann Whitlock. I have a picture of Uncle Bud and me when I was a baby. I always hoped to see him again.

    I will miss him.

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