Susan Arlene (Kinser) Pepper | Wise County Courier


Susan Arlène Pepper

Susan Arlene (Kinser) Pepper, 73, passed away peacefully on Friday July 30, 2021 at her home. The service is celebrated at 11 a.m. on Saturday August 7 at the Church of Christ in Rhome and burial will follow in the Aurora cemetery. The visit takes place one hour before the service.

Susan was born February 3, 1948 in Hawthorne, California, to Kermit and Mary Kinser. The family moved to Arlington in 1954, where they graduated from Arlington High School in 1966 and attended Texas Tech University. She continued her education at Texas Wesleyan University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in 1999. She worked as an IT specialist for many years and then as a substitute teacher.

Susan married Barry Pepper on January 7, 1985 and they lived 36 years of marriage together. She has volunteered in her community and church, teaching at the Holiday Bible School, serving as a member and president of the Rhome Women’s Club, and serving on the Board of Trustees of the Rhome Public Library.

Her favorite place was in the kitchen, and she had a knack for creating delicious recipes. She loved sports and cheered on her Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers. Susan attended all of her son Tim’s sporting events and was his No.1 fan. She also enjoyed traveling with her family and friends.

Susan was loved by a large family and many friends. She loved her grandchildren and affectionately called herself “Mimi”.

She was predeceased by her parents and brother, John Kinser.

Susan is survived by her husband, Barry Pepper of Haslet; his son, Timothy Pepper and his wife, Erin, of Fort Worth; her daughter-in-law, London Moss and her husband, JD, of Fort Worth; and his stepdaughter, Heather Moon-Siegenthaler and his wife, Lyndsey, of Midland; his four grandchildren, Lauren and Collin Pepper, Dylan Moss and Cutter Clark; and his sister, Linda Chaney.


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