Dean Alexander Hepper

Dean Alexander Hepper

July 2, 1955 - November 3, 2011

Dean Alexander Hepper

July 2, 1955 - November 3, 2011


Mr. Dean Alexander Hepper, Jr., a 56 year old resident of Murfreesboro, passed away Thursday, November 3, 2011 at Alvin C. York VA Medical Center. Mr. Hepper’s family described him as the best dad, the favorite uncle, and the most wonderful husband. He was the son of Dean Alexander Hepper, Sr. and Barbara Rebecca Moore, the husband of Mary Elizabeth Hepper, and the father of four children. Dean was once a soldier for the United States Army, and he later became a truck driver until his sudden illness. He was of the Baptist Faith. In addition to his wife Mary, he was survived by his children: Dean Anthony Hepper of Bradenton, FL., Dawn Marie Yokeum of Parrish, FL., Pam Hepper of Chardon, OH, and Kari Rendall of Amarillo, TX; grandchildren: Devon Yokeum, Dalton Yokeum, Tyler Guthrie, Jade Therese Hepper, Brendan Li-mark Hepper, Raebecca Stanley; one sister: Faith Hernandez; niece and nephew: Cassandra Fatolitis and Paul Dean Maass. A memorial service for Dean will be conducted on Friday, November 11, 2011, at Bellwood Church of Christ in Murfreesboro. Condolences may be sent to the family at

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18 responses to Dean Alexander Hepper

  1. Eddy Totten says:

    Heaven got another angel. So sorry to hear of Dean’s passing.

  2. So sorry to hear the news. Its been so long since I have seen cousin Dean but I do remember him as a great guy. Comforting to know know he is in the presence of our creator this morning! Our prayers and thoughts are with you Beth and kids. Love you all.

  3. I also knew him as “DJ” from Kinsman Hall. I will always remember him always being so nice to me and I was able to talk to him about anything, he was easy to talk to and fun to hang out with. I am so sad to hear this news, my heart goes out to his family. Rest In Peace my friend.

  4. Joe Yacavone says:

    Sorry for your loss

  5. My condolences for the loss of your Husband, Father and a person a could call friend. We had some great and fun times together. the memories of his good heart and humor will be with me forever.

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