Myrton Epps

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February 24, 2010

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Sunday, February 28, 2010 at 4 p.m.


Myrton E. “Myrt” Epps, age 85, formerly of Youngstown, OH and Ruskin, FL. Passed away peacefully with his family by his side Wednesday, February 24, 2010 at St. Ann’s Hospital. Retired from Farmers National Bank, Lake Milton as branch manager. Army veteran of World War II. Member of Westerville Community United Church of Christ. Survived by his wife of 61 years, Donna; daughter, Sherry (Ken) Kish of Westerville; grandsons, Todd (Alisha) and Kevin (Kayle) Kish; great-granddaughters, Kennedy, MacKenzie and Kaitlyn. Preceded in death by granddaughter, Tracey Kish; parents, Myrton and Jennie Epps; step-father, Earl Belnap; sister, Louise Conner; brother, George Epps.Special thanks to the Doctors and Nurses in Palliative Care at St. Ann’s Hospital. Memorial service will be held at Westerville Community United Church of Christ, 770 County Line Road, Westerville, Sunday, Feb. 28, 2010 at 4 p.m., Rev. Harold Steindam, officiating. Private interment. Arrangements by MORELAND FUNERAL HOME, Westerville. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Westerville Community United Church of Christ or Palliative Care Unit at St. Ann’s Hospital.


Donna Rushton - Mar 1, 2010

Donna and family: I was so deeply sorry to hear of Myrt’s passing. You all were such a wonderful part of my life. I especially remember how you welcomed Frank and me when we came to Florida. No one can forget all the great times we had together for so many years.
Donna, please e-mail me sometime and let me know how you are feeling or call me anytime (678/456-8348).
Love to you all, Donna

Brad Rodgers, PE - Mar 1, 2010

Uncle Myrt will be sorely missed. I still feel guilty about playing with the model cars he used to make. After promising not to…
I have very fond memories of the boat rides on the lake, and the hammock…
Brad Rodgers

BETTY WALKER - Feb 28, 2010

Donna and family
I worked with Myrt when he was the manager at the lake milton branch of FNB There was never a dull moment. I know he loved his family emensly. his grandsons were his pride and joy. he was also a very fair man. He treated his customers like people. I will always remember him fondly. My deepest sympathies. betty

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