Charles George Kepler, known by everyone as “KEP,” died the first week of July 2012. He would have been 90 on July 13, 2012. Kep died exploring, as he had done his entire life. Advanced age had kept Kep from the hikes he so enjoyed with his family, so he set out in his car to the Red Lake area near Cody. Unfortunately, the car got stuck in a gully, and he was unable to leave it. He died of natural causes.
Military honors and a celebration of the life of Elmer Dean Jackson, will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday July 21, 2012 in the Greybull Cemetery in Greybull. A reception will follow at the First Baptist Church in Basin.