John Hepp

Aurora, Illinois

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Mrs. Hepp,
So very sorry to hear that Mr. Hepp passed away. You are both part of my everlasing childhood memories. My thoughts & prayers are with you & your family

So very sorry to hear about Jack.
Our thoughts are surely with you !
Skip & Phyllis Lye

My deepest sympathy and prayers to the Hepp family. Jack and I were both long time members of the IMA (NAA).

Ray Simonek

So sorry to hear of Jack's passing. Our prayers and love go out to all his family. Many fond memories of Jack at the National Bowling Tournies.

To the Hepp family my heart goes out to you.On the loss of Mr.Hepp.I was very close to Marilyn(Jans X husband)and i had the pleasure of meeting John at her funeral.May God help you through this difficult time.God Bless...

Mary Therese & family, You are in our prayers and thoughts. Jack did a great job on keeping our grandfathers clock running. Sorry for your lose.

The Greater Aurora USBC Bowling Association extends their sincerest sympathies to the family of "Jack" Hepp. He was inducted into the Aurora Bowling Association Hall of Fame in 1961 for his Service to the Game. The bowling association will be making a donation to the Bowlers To Veterans Link (BVL) in his memory. He will be missed and forever remembered by the bowling community of which he had been so much a part of.

An old neighbor and 'keeper of my clocks' when I lived in Aurora. My prayers are w/Mary Therese and the children. Carole Beatty


John's Obituary

Hepp, John "Jack" Of North Aurora passed away on Tuesday, November 6, 2012 at the Michealsen Health Center, Batavia, IL. He was born December 31, 1925 in Chicago, IL. He is survived his wife, Mary Therese Hepp; five children, Theresa M. (Tom) Alfredson, John (Titi) Hepp, Rita (Tim)...

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