Emory John Butcher Jr., 78

June 18, 1942 ~ April 10, 2021

Emory John Butcher Jr. age 78 died unexpectedly on Saturday, April 10, 2021. Mr. Butcher was born in Tarrytown, NY on July 18, 1942 to Emory John and Anne Theresa (Lenato) Butcher. Emory served his country in the US Army and graduated from Mercy and Marist College.  He was employed as a National Service Manager for Technicon in Tarrytown,New York and for Scapparelli in New Jersey. He was a faithful member of the Wake Forest Presbyterian Church.  A Memorial service will be held on Thursday at 3pm at the Wake Forest Presbyterian Church.

He is preceded in death by his brother Richard Butcher. Mr. Butcher is survived by his wife Ann (Hamilton) Butcher, his sister Esther Schuk sons and daughter in law James Butcher, and John (Marie) Butcher; brother in law and sister in law Robert and Joanna Hamilton; 2 grandchildren Jessica and Michael Butcher.

The Bright Funeral Home 405 S. Main Street Wake Forest is in charge of arrangements

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