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Etta Elizabeth Daughtrey Epperson
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Birth: Sep. 8, 1930
Virginia, USA
Death: Feb. 1, 2013
Portsmouth City
Virginia, USA

Portsmouth - Etta Daughtrey Epperson, 82, former secretary and bookkeeper died Feb. 1, 2013. She was a native of Portsmouth, Virginia and the widow of James H. Epperson, III. She was a member of Monumental United Methodist Church; Past Honored Queen of Bethel #5 International Order of Job's Daughters; past President Portsmouth Council PTA; Past Director of the Tidewater District PTA; served several years on the Virginia Congress of Parents and Teachers State Board; holds Honorary Membership in the Virginia Congress and National Congress of Parents and Teachers; Past Royal Matron of Cavalier Court #6 Order of Amaranth in Portsmouth, Past Grand Royal Matron Order of Amaranth in the Commonwealth of Virginia; served several years as Deputy Supreme Royal Matron for the Supreme Council Order of Amaranth; member of Zulekia Court #35 Ladies Oriental Shrine, and member of Al Kena Temple #124 Daughters of the Nile. Left to cherish her memory is her son, John H. Epperson and wife Rosemary; grandchildren, Erin Epperson, Kristin Brown and husband Thomas, Kerry Willcox and husband James. 
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  George B. Daughtrey (1892 - 1984)
  Gladys Etta Curling Daughtrey (1896 - 1980)
  James Henry Epperson (1927 - 2005)
Beloved Wife of
James H. Epperson III
Oak Grove Cemetery
Portsmouth City
Virginia, USA
Plot: G-570
Maintained by: brownresearcher
Originally Created by: Steve Poole
Record added: Jul 23, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 73821506
Etta Elizabeth <i>Daughtrey</i> Epperson
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Etta Elizabeth <i>Daughtrey</i> Epperson
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We'll miss you so much, Etta! Thank you for enriching our lives so much.
- brownresearcher
 Added: Feb. 4, 2013

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