You are here

J.C. Keppie Owner Marjorie Hughes Dies

J.C. Keppie Owner Marjorie Hughes Dies

Longtime jewelry wholesaler Marjorie K. Hughes died on April 1 at age 87.

Hughes was the owner of J.C. Keppie Co., a wholesale diamond and jewelry company founded by her father in 1946. Her son, Tom Gorman, is now president of the company, which since 1991 has been called Keppie Kiger.

Hughes was also a member of the Westminster Presbyterian Church, the St. Clair Country Club, the Twentieth Century Club, and the Pittsburgh Opera.

View the online guestbook.

Register For

JCK Tucson

Wednesday, Feb. 3 - Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016

Register Today!
Subscribe now to

JCK News Daily

Receive the latest news directly to your inbox

You have unfortunately left out a fine, old establishment right in...

such a bad idea, not romantic, what woman wants to pluck her...

Thanks for your comment, Cay! Funny enough, Ringly and Chronos both...

When consumers are trained to expect "special treatment" in the form...

Hopefully there's no conflict of interest in such an arrangement