Russell Kendrick Krepp Singer, publisher, former HACC adjunct professor, hospice nurse

By on February 26, 2014

Russell Kendrick Krepp

Russell Kendrick Krepp

Loving husband, devoted father, beloved son and brother entered Glory Dec.12, 2013.

Russell was born in Ephrata, Aug.14, 1973, to the late Richard H. Krepp and Bonnie Emmert Krepp, and was husband to Selena Cortez Krepp.

He was a graduate of Living Word Academy; had been a member of The Worship Center, and on the worship team. He was a gifted singer, and as a teen was involved in amateur theatrics, and worked for a short time at Sight & Sound Theater. He was a founding partner of Red Tide Publishing. He received his RN from HACC, then a BSN. He worked at Philhaven, Brethren Village, and Mt. Hope Nazarene Retirement Community. Russell found a short stint as adjunct professor in the HACC LPN program to be very fulfilling, and was a hospice nurse with Compassionate Care before moving with his family to Conroe, Texas.

In addition to his wife and mother, Russell is survived by three children: Amber K. and Anthony X. Gonzalez, and Haydn Richard Krepp of Conroe, Texas; foster daughter: Marsadee Flowers, USN; and one sister: Lori Jean Krepp Fox, wife of Kyle M. Fox, Lancaster.

Those who loved Russell and want to celebrate his memory are invited to drop in for fellowship at his mother’s home in Ephrata, March 1 from 1 to 7 p.m. Release of the sky lanterns will be at sunset.

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