Epley featured in ‘Twelve Notables in WNC’

Published 6:09 pm Monday, September 17, 2012

Joe Epley of Tryon, global public relations leader and author of the historical novel “A Passel of Hate,” is featured in Jack J. Prather’s “Twelve Notables in Western North Carolina.”
Prather’s book, nominated for the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association’s 2012 Ragan Old North State Award for Non-Fiction, is available at the Book Shelf in Tryon and other outlets.
The “Notables” all reside within WNC region, defined in the book as a 10,000-square-mile area with 1.3 million residents, but may have made their marks anywhere in region, state, nation or world. In addition to Epley, they include Rev. Dr. Dan Matthews of Waynesville; David Holt of Fairview; Doug Orr of Black Mountain; Dr. Olson Huff of Black Mountain; Glenis Redmond, formerly of Asheville; Judge Harry C. Martin of Biltmore Forest; Julyan Davis of Asheville; Billie Ruth Sudduth of Bakersville; Richard C. Ritter of Bakersville; Dr. Matt Hayes of Hendersonville and Captain Ray West of Flat Rock.
– article submitted

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