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Memorial Service

Lowe-Gardner Chapel
Friday September 25th, 2020
10:00am

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Military Honors

Centerpoint Church
Friday September 25th, 2020
2:00pm

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Lewis "Jerry" Kepner

Lewis "Jerry" Kepner went home to be with his Savior on September 3, 2020.  

Jerry was born on April 19, 1941 to Kenneth and Marilyn (Reed) Kepner. He proudly served in the United States Navy during Vietnam. He was an avid dive team member.  After serving in the military, Jerry spent a large portion of his life as a machinist for Boeing until his retirement.  Some of Jerry's favorite hobbies include bowling, golf, and fishing.  He was also a member of the Center Point Church in Mesquite Texas.

Jerry is preceded by his parents Kenneth and Marilyn (Reed) Kepner.

He is survived by his loving wife, Mary Ann Kepner; son Richard Allen Kepner of Kansas; daughter Rhonda LeBrun of Alba; his sister Judy Gilman of Wichita Kansas; grandson Brandon LeBrun; 5 Great Grandchildren; as well as his family members and the many friends he made throughout his life.

Memorial Service for Mr. Kepner will be 10:00AM Friday September 25, 2020 at Centerpoint Church, 1355 E. Kearney, Mesquite TX; followed by a Military Service at 2:00PM at Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery, 2000 Mountain Creek Parkway, Dallas TX.


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I remember first meeting Jerry and Mary Ann a few years ago at church. Such good folks! Jerry was a former Navy man, like myself. I'll miss seeing him at church; praying for Mary Ann and their family during this time.

Vince Willis Sep 23 2020 12:00 AM

What a special brother I had. He was always laughing and having fun. I am going to miss him so much. I know God has welcomed him and he will be free of illness. My brother and my husband will have alot to talk about.
My sympathy to Mary Ann and family.

Judy Kepner Gilman Sep 19 2020 12:00 AM