- 54 years old
- Date of birth: Nov 19, 1961
- Date of passing: Aug 27, 2016
|Let the memory of David be with us forever|
David Epp passed on August 27th 2016 in Florida.
He is survived by his two daughters Diana Epp Hilliard and Deborah Epp Nix and his three grandchildren Giovanni, Kayla and Landon, with a new granddaughter any day now.
He is also survived by his older brother Robert L Epp and younger brother Richard H Epp and many nephews and nieces.
David was an electrician for 30 plus years and accomplished musician playing bass guitar electric guitar and keyboards.
David is preceded by his mother Evelyn Lucille app father Harry and older brother, Thomas E Epp.
"I was so saddened to hear about the passing of my daughters Diana and Deborahs father and my grandchildrens Grtandpa May You Rest In Peace!"
"My dad was a very kind and gentle man. I have so many memories of him. He loved his family very much. One memory that I will cherish is him teaching his grandson (my son) how to play with the remote control helicopters and cars. I don't know who enjoyed it more. The pure happiness that lit up both their faces melted my heart. One Christmas Eve, me and my dad stayed awake all night putting together a toy train for my son, that he bought him. He insisted we had to finish it, so he could see his face light up with excitement on Christmas morning. There will forever be a void in my heart. I will cherish all those beautiful memories and you will always remain with me in my heart , Daddy. Until I see you again..
Deborah EPP Nix."
"I was deeply saddened to receive this news, as David was a big part of my life in my younger days. He was funny, talented and love to pull practical jokes. He helped form my sense of humor. I loved listening to him play his music especially when he and my father would jam! My heart goes out to his daughters Deborah, and Didi. The rest of the family that has moved on will take care of him now. Until we meet again Dear Uncle.....Rest!"
"Rick, I'm sorry to hear about Chris your older brother I knew Chris since we were kids always nice & funny. I remember Chris always playing his bass guitar when we were younger. R.I.P."
"Dearest Brother. . "True Patriot"
I am deeply saddened by your untimely passing.
Now you are in a better place with your family before you.
You were a great brother of 50 years and all those memories will never be forgotten. An accomplished musician, loving brother, father and Grandfather. There is a void in all those who knew and loved you.
You will be truly missed!"
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