Monday, October 16, 2000

City official dies of cancer




The Associated Press

        ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. — Elizabethtown City Councilman Dexter Pepper died Sunday at Hardin Memorial Hospital from cancer. He was 56.

        Mr. Pepper was in his 10th year on council and was running for another term. He retired after 25 years as an agent with Duff Insurance Agency. He also was co-owner of Pepper Mail Service.

       



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