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Gunter Adolf Ketchersid

Statesville, North Carolina

Sep 18, 1954 - Nov 11, 2012

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I worked with Gunner for many years at Epperson Lumber. I was 19 or 20 when I started and it was my first real job other than fast food and gunner made it easy on me.He taught me a lot about life and always had these sayings almost philosopher like.He'd say,"Don't sweat the small stuff and oh by the way,it's all small stuff", or "Better days tomorrow" Gunner always knew what to say to lighten the mood. I'd see him out from time to time since leaving Epperson and we always...

I worked with Gunner at Epperson Lumber for many years.He was a unique individual,and always seemed to brighten everyone's day.He had a lot of sayings like,"don't sweat the small stuff and oh by the way it's all small stuff" or "Better days tomorrow".It seemed like he was a philosopher some days because he always knew what to say,to the point that everything made sense.I'd see him out from time to time since we no longer worked together and we'd always catch up and never...

i worked with gunter at epperson lumber for 4 years....he was a great person and always made us sorry for your loss. your family is in my prayers....R.I.P "GUNNER"

Hey Dad, I just want you to know how much i love and miss you. To Dads Mother and Brothers/Sisters know that he was happy, he was the best kind of person and i thank you for sharing him with us.

Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.

Gwen, Claudia, Brandon, I am so sorry for your loss. I remember Gunter as a kind and gentle man, a good man who loved his family very much. Please know that you all are in our prayers. May God give you peace in your time of sorrow.

My condolences. Best wishes going forward.

My condolences and prayers go to Gunter's family and friends.


Gunter's Obituaries

Gunter Adolf Ketchersid, 58, of N. Chipley Ford Road, Statesville, died Sunday, November 11, 2012, at Iredell Memorial Hospital.He was born September 18, 1954, in Germany and was the son of Erika Fuchs Barker and the late Junior Claud Ketchersid. He was a U.S. Army veteran and served from...

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