Juneau resident Mary Mae Pepin died Aug. 12, 2007, at the Juneau Pioneer Home. She was 92.
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She was born in 1914 at the Circle Bar Ranch near Kit Carson, Colo. She lived in many of the Western states, in mining and ranching communities. She and husband, Elmer, came to Alaska in 1988 and settled in Juneau.
She was preceded in death by her husbands, Elmer Pepin and Joe Powell; parents, Elmer and Lulu (Miller) Davis; and one child, Clark Powell.
She is survived by two brothers, Frank and Clay Davis; a sister, Phoebe Panag; two daughters, Sharon Pepin Baysinger, of Juneau, and JoAnn (Powell) Risley, of Boulder City, Nev.; seven grandchildren, Toni Armer, Tara Bingel, Valcarrie Gates, Allena Baysinger, Joe Risley, Mike Risley and Bill Risley Jr.; and great grandchildren, Branden, Kierra, Christian, Sara, Spencer, Steven, Alyssa and Jayme.
There will be a memorial service at 7 p.m. today at Juneau Christian Disciple Church, at the Seventh Day Adventist School building in Lemon Creek, 4890 Glacier Highway.