Doug Klepper Obituary, Death –It was said that this Tennessee resident went away at his home on November 15th, at the age of 59, and that there were no witnesses to the event. He went to the church at Jenkins chapel and recommitted himself to serving God in a more significant role. After a long and successful career in the construction industry, he eventually hung up his work boots and retired from Fluor Daniels. The game of pool was Doug’s greatest interest, and he continued to play it right up until the day he passed away; in fact, he even came out on top in a few matches during his final days.
In addition to this, he had a strong passion for being outside and spending time with his family, particularly his four grandchildren, Chastity, Paisley, Payton, and Cillian, whom he considered to be his greatest source of pride and happiness. He also enjoyed fishing, hunting, and playing golf. Fishing was one of his favorite hobbies. Both of his parents, the Reverend Gale Klepper and Martha Klepper, had already passed away before he was ever born. Both of his parents had passed away before he was even born.
He is survived by his wife, Gwynne Klepper, who was also his best friend during his entire life; their kids, Adam Curron Conley and Corey Conley; his sister Donna Sellers and her husband Dennis; his brother Freddy Klepper and his wife Crystal; his greatest friends throughout his entire life, Gary Carmack and Tammy Thompson; and a host of other beautiful friends. He will be greatly missed. His loved ones and friends will grieve his passing in a profound way. On the 20th of November, the family will be present at the Christian-Sells Funeral Home from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm, at which time they will be available to visit with friends. The visitation is scheduled for Saturday of this week.