Kreg G. Jeppson, M.D.
"Wonderful Husband & Father" Kreg Gene Jeppson, 46, loved and respected husband, father, son, brother, and friend, passed away at his home, surrounded by his family June 20, 2006, after a valiant battle with cancer.
He was born April 21, 1960 in Murray, Utah, the son of Trent Gene and Mildred Brown Jeppson.
Kreg married Alecia Mower in the Jordan River LDS Temple on December 27, 1982.
Kreg was a graduate of Hillcrest High School where he served as Student Body President. He received his Undergraduate Degree in Microbiology at BYU and then graduated from the Medical College of Virginia with his Medical Degree. He completed a Pathology Residency at the U of U; he later returned and completed a Residency in Psychiatry.
Kreg worked many years as a Forensic Psychiatrist. His skill as a Psychiatrist enabled him to enjoy assisting patients for many years. His work at the Utah State Hospital endeared him to his colleagues and fellow employees and the family expresses their appreciation to them for their love and support.
Kreg completed an LDS Mission in Conception, Chile. He served as Elders Quorum president, Bishopric counselor at BYU, was a wonderful Sunday School teacher to the youth, a great home teacher and Kreg loved being a ward missionary.
Kreg and his family express a sincere and heartfelt thank you to Stephen Aslami, M.D.
Survivors: wife, Alecia Mower Jeppson; children, Aubrey Lynn Jeppson, Nicholas Kreg Jeppson, Marie Alecia Jeppson; parents, Trent and Mildred Brown Jeppson; brother and sisters, Marilyn (David) Webster, Brian (Brenda) Jeppson, Jan (Brad) Phillips, Karen (Scott) Warren; also his favorite dogs, Blanca and Mollie.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, June 24, 2006, at 12 Noon in the Union 3rd Ward Chapel 1535 East Creek Road.
Friends may call at Goff Mortuary 8090 So. State Friday 6-8 p.m. or Saturday at the church from 10:45-11:45 a.m.
Interment, Larkin Sunset Gardens.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions to a trust fund for Kreg's children in care of any Zions Bank.
Published in Salt Lake Tribune from June 22 to June 23, 2006
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