Charles Tepper

  • "It was my pleasure to have helped taken care of Charles. I..."
    - carol lvn TTUHSC
  • "We want to extend our heartfelt sympathy to you.Your entire..."
    - Stanley and Phyllis Morris
  • "Brother Carl and family: May the love of your Dad, Husband..."
    - Kim Melton
  • "Our thoughts and prayers to you Lety, Carl and all the..."
    - Robert & Isabel Pratt
  • "may God bless your family with peace at this difficult..."
    - Elyse Newsom

Charles H. Tepper LUBBOCK- Charles H. Tepper, 82, of Lubbock passed away on Dec. 22, 2013. Formerly of Seaford, Long Island, he grew up in Brooklyn, N.Y. He was married to Letty Tepper for 48 years. Charlie was an Army veteran of the Korean War. He then worked as a motorman for the Mass Transit Authority in New York City, where he retired. In Lubbock he was a member of Southcrest Baptist Church and VFW Post 2466. Charles is survived by his wife, Letty; son, Carl H. Tepper; daughter-in-law, Robyn Tepper; and his beloved granddaughter, Claudia H. Tepper. He also leaves behind his family in New York, Jim and Helen Georgoudes; niece, Lynn, her husband Tom Anderson, and their twins, James and Jenna; nephew, James, wife Michelle Georgoudes, and their girls, Kathy and Alex; cousin, Alma Rodriguez; niece, Lisa, her husband Mark Phillips, and their daughters, Naval Lt. Elspeth Phillips and Katherine Phillips. Uncle Charlie was loved by his family, friends, and all who came into contact with him. He was a loving husband, active father, doting grandfather, and a hard worker. Most importantly he was an ambassador for Christ throughout his life, and passionate about the subject of Judaism and the church. Church leaders would often consult with him on the issue. The Tepper Family expresses their deepest gratitude to the doctors, nurses, and medical staff at UMC, EMTs, and the Odyssey Hospice staff, who showed so much care and professionalism for so long. We are truly blessed in Lubbock. A memorial service will be on Saturday, Dec. 28, 2013 at 11 a.m. at Southcrest Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers please send donations to the Salvation Army, Lubbock Corp.

Published in The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal on Dec. 27, 2013
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