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Pepi went to work at his parent's store as a meat cutter, and then continued in this profession working at Lock City Food Market, Callahan's Market, A&P and Aunt Marian's Market. He then sold Electrolux vacuum cleaners for 11 years, where his salesmanship earned him many trips with his lovely wife. He retired in 1985. He and Jean spent their retirement years enjoying there summer home on Sugar Island and loving their wintertime home in Zephyrhills, Florida. Pepi was an active member of St. Mary's Church, where he was an usher for many years. He also enjoyed his memberships at the Elks Lodge and the Christopher Colombus Hall. Many people remembered him for his wine making skills and his homemade sausage. When in Zephyrhills he became an avid and competitive shuffle board player, winning several tournaments.
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