William P. Peppey

/William P. Peppey
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William P.
Peppey

Date of Service:

Peppey, William P.
Friday April 5, 2002 age 53 years. Loving husband of Lynn nee Ocepek. Dear son of James and Patricia Peppey. Brother of Jeanne Steve Lowry, Robert Peppey of Los Angles, Claudia Michael Farnsworth Peppey of Minneapolis, Christopher Brooke Peppey of Wilmette Il. and Katie Chris Loss. Son-in-law of Dolores Ocepek. Brother-in-law of Laurie Stan Umhoefer Ocepek, Charlie and Jim Ocepek. Also survived by aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Visitation Monday 4:00 PM till 8:00 PM. Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday 10:00 AM at St. Gregory The Great Church S. 60th & W. Oklahoma Ave. Please meet at the church. Internment Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Bill was the owner of Bill Peppey Painting and a volunteer with the Red Cross.

Heritage Funeral Homes
Tebo Peppey Klemmer & Scheuerell Chapel
6615 W. Oklahoma Ave.
Milwaukee Wi. 53219

Past Comments

Mike Slawnikowski

Chris, Please accept our sincere sympathy. Although I am unable to attend, my thoughts are with you and your entire family.

May your memories bring you peace… Mike Slawnikowski & Family

George Groppi

My deepest sympathies to the Peppey family. Bill was a great high school buddy and provided me with some wonderful fond memories. He will be missed and always be remebered as a true friend.

Geri Foti Lawrence

Please accept my condolences. I am a former classmate of Bill and was notified of his passing by my good friend Erin McGovern. Again, my deepest sympathies.

Ellen Dorris

Dear Lynn, Uncle Jim, Aunt Pat and all my cousins – My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Our Marco memories
will last forever. I am so thankful to spend some time with Bill and Lynn recently. Love, Ellen

George Groppi

My deepest sympathies to the Peppey family. Bill was a great high school buddy and provided me with some wonderful fond memories. He will be missed and always be remebered as a true friend.

Sue Neeb Basile

Peppey Family, Please accept my sympathy. I still have such fond memories of days on Lake Beulah with Billy and Jeanne. God Bless you. Sue

Barbara Bowman

I was so sorry to hear of Bill’s passing. I’m out of town and won’t be able to attend services, but wanted to say how much I enjoyed knowing Bill and that we are thinking of you.

Colleen Wells

Dear Lynn and Family,
Please accept my sincere sympathy on your loss of Bill. I remember the great Trivial Pursuit games we had back when we were all still playing darts. As you know, Lynn, after losing Tony so young it became hard for me to understand the reasons for these things. Please call me if you need someone to talk to or have a beer with.
Love to you and your family,
Colleen Wells

Daniel Dziuba

Peppey Family,
My deepest sympathy to the Peppey family. Bill and I didn’t win any football games in high school, but we had alot of fun. Bill, you’ll always be in my thoughts. St. John Cathedral class of 1966.

Erin McGovern

I was so sorry to read of Bill’s passing. We had such fun with him at the SJC reunions. My prayers are with you.

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