Buster Curtis Zopp went to be with the Lord on December 5, 2013, at his home in Rixeyville, VA. Born August 15, 1931, in Hines, West Virginia, to the late Lasher Clyde Zopp and Cora Lilly Zopp. He was a boy of 13 when he began working in the coal mines of West Virginia and as a young man later enlisted in the United States Air Force where he proudly retired after 20 years of service. He leaves behind his wife, Nancy Embrey Zopp, and was preceeded in death by wives Joann Gadd Zopp and Frances Corriné Zopp. Survived by a brother, Jarrett Granville Zopp (Joan) and a sister J. June Zopp Vandall. Preceeded in death by a daughter, Betty Jo Zopp. He is survived by sons: Curtis J. Zopp (Brenda) of Lantana, Florida, Clyde W. Zopp (Anita) of Jeffersonton, Virginia, Anthony W. Zopp of Rixeyville, Virginia, and Timothy P. Zopp of Elk Run, Virginia . Grandsons: Frank Hribal , Curtis Edward Zopp and Curtis Wesley Zopp. Granddaughters: Ashley Corriné Zopp, Johanna Hribal, Alana Hribal, Tabatha Baladad (A.J.), Kaitlyn Zopp and Cassee Zopp. Great-granddaughter: Alyssa Baladad. Great-grandsons Timothy, Joshua, Curtis, Jacob, Caleb, Tyler, and Weston "Tug", and Jonathan Zopp in addition to numerous nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers that will carry him to his final resting place are: Anthony W. Zopp, Curtis J. Zopp, Clyde W. Zopp, Timothy P. Zopp, James Anthony Sisk, and Phillip Dwight Perry. In addition, honorary pall bearers include: Sheriff Scott H. Jenkins, Captain Curtis W. Hawkins, Lt. Nick White, Paul Spaulding, and Deputy Jeremy C. Johnson.
Curtis was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing, crabbing and camping. One of his favorite spots was "Little Bay" in White Stone, Virginia, where he made unforgettable memories with family and friends and he was always fond of trips to the Blue Ridge Mountains of his home state of West Virginia.
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