Photo courtesy of Drum Funeral Home - Conover

Joseph Schrum Epps

CONOVER, North Carolina

Apr 11, 1930 – Apr 24, 2013

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Betty, I was so sorry to hear of Joe's passing. He was a nice man, and I bought plenty things from his store. You are in my prayers. God Bless you,

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Epps family. Mr. Epps was a true gentleman with a benevolent spirit.

The Law Office of Leslie M.Yount (Leslie, Pam and Kathy)

Erich and Carla our entire family Herbert,Dennis(Kim), and Kevin wish to extend our sympathy for the loss of your father. Our thoughts and prayers are with you

I went to L-R with Joe & Betty's son Erich. I remember Joe & Betty taking some of us guys to dinner at Jones Fish Camp periodically. As a "poor" college kid, that was the best treat to be taken out to eat. I would see the both of them out eating at the Snack Bar some in past years. I would always go up and speak and they always remembered my name. I always thought very highly of Joe Epps. He will be missed.

I have known Joe since the first grade and found him to be very friendly. He will be missed. My sypathy to the family.

My sympathy to the family. I will always remember Joe as a fine person.

I remember Joe from WAY back, growing up on W. 6th Street and being in high school together. It's been a LONG time but I do remember Joe fondly. Sorry bout his death.

Mr epps I am so sorry for your list your family will be in my prayers

To the Epps Family,
just wanted to send our most sincere condolences,
along with our "prayers of comfort".
May God strengthen you now & in the days ahead.

With Deepest Sympathy,

Rev. Don & Helen Bledsoe
and Family


Joseph's Obituaries

JOSEPH S. EPPS Newton businessman Joseph Schrum Epps, a resident of Conover, died Wednesday, April 24, at Catawba Valley Medical Center, following a one-month illness. He was 83. A memorial service will be conducted Saturday, April 27, at 11 a.m. at Newton First Presbyterian Church by the...

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