Obituary photo of Frederick+J. Epler, Denver-Colorado
In Loving Memory of

Frederick J. "Fred" Epler

1961 - 2013
Obituary photo of Frederick+J. Epler, Denver-Colorado
In Loving Memory of

Frederick J. "Fred" Epler

1961 - 2013

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Fredrick J. Epler, a very loving person who will be dearly missed, has gone to serve the lord on May 17th 2013.

Fredrick J. Epler was born on December 3rd 1961 in Aurora, Colorado. He attended High school in Aurora at William C. Hinkley High School. He graduated from Air Force basic Training in July, 1980 and served a short term in the Air Force. Fredrick had a love for airplanes and missiles. Fred Graduated from Colorado Aero Tech in Broomfield Colorado and obtained A&P in May, 1986.

Fred loved working with planes and being around them, in the past 25 years he had worked at Denver Stapleton, DIA, and Centennial Airports. In his free time he volunteered at the Wings over the Rockies Museum, built models, and loved researching history about Missile sites from the 50’s and 60’s.

Fred is survived by his parents James and Elizabeth Epler, sisters Gabriella and husband Mark Nelson, Cornelia and husband Terry Kern, brothers Michael and wife Amy Epler, Geoffrey and wife Arlene Epler, seven Nephews, three Nieces, one Great Nephew, and six great Nieces.

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Fredrick J. Epler, a very loving person who will be dearly missed, has gone to serve the lord on May 17th 2013.

Fredrick J. Epler was born on December 3rd 1961 in Aurora, Colorado. He attended High school in Aurora at William C. Hinkley High School. He graduated from Air Force basic Training in July, 1980 and served a short term in the Air Force. Fredrick had a love for airplanes and missiles. Fred Graduated from Colorado Aero Tech in Broomfield Colorado and obtained A&P in May, 1986.

Fred loved working with planes and being around them, in the past 25 years he had worked at Denver Stapleton, DIA, and Centennial Airports. In his free time he volunteered at the Wings over the Rockies Museum, built models, and loved researching history about Missile sites from the 50’s and 60’s.

Fred is survived by his parents James and Elizabeth Epler, sisters Gabriella and husband Mark Nelson, Cornelia and husband Terry Kern, brothers Michael and wife Amy Epler, Geoffrey and wife Arlene Epler, seven Nephews, three Nieces, one Great Nephew, and six great Nieces.

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