In Memory

Margaret Epperson

Margaret Epperson

Margaret Ann Epperson 1947 ~ 2003.  After a long and courageous battle with cancer, Margaret Ann Epperson, beloved daughter, sister and friend, passed away peacefully June 26, 2003 at the age of 56. She was born to Vaughn E. and Margaret Ann Stewart Hewlett Epperson Jan 22, 1947 in Salt Lake City, UT. Margaret Ann was an active member of the LDS Church and served in many callings in the Relief Society, Primary and, most dear to her heart, the Salt Lake Temple. She served on the General Music Committee for the Church and was an accomplished and enthusiastic family historian and genealogist, who worked tirelessly on her own family history. She was also a talented musician, mastering the piano, organ and cello. Margaret Ann loved to play the organ at the Salt Lake Temple and was a frequent organist there. She is survived by her parents; brothers, Vaughn (Cathy Murdock), David (Diane), Larry (Janet); sister, Kay (Franz) Amussen; many cousins, nieces and nephews. She will be missed by the many friends she made over the years who were inspired by her grace and determination. The family extends its heartfelt gratitude to Margaret Ann's dear friend, Judy Dahl, whose friendship was so greatly valued. Services will be Thurs. July 3, 11 a.m. Le Grand LDS Ward Chapel, 1078 S. McClelland St (1040 E). 


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01/10/15 10:00 PM #1    

Joan Knudsen (Connolly)

I loved Margaret!  She was an amazing cello player and we had fun in orchestra.  I heard her play the organ in the Salt Lake temple many times.   There was a sweetness about her that was very special!  I was sorry to hear of her passing. 







01/17/15 07:13 PM #2    

Susan McKain (MacIan)

Even in high school I was always transfixed by Margaret's beautiful eyes and smile. I often saw her at the University Hospital when she came there is a patient. Every encounter left me feeling deep peace and even elation. She had a combination of gentleness and strength which was uncommon and inspiring.

01/26/15 09:31 PM #3    

John Lauber

I was Margaret's date for Junior Prom.  She was a lady in every way.  I enjoyed her friendship and fun personality. It was an honor to have her as a friend.

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