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1957 Norman 2014

Norman Pepperdine

February 27, 1957 — June 22, 2014

Norman Scott Pepperdine, 57, died June 22, 2014 at his home in Spanish Fork, Utah. He struggled for several years with health challenges from diabetes and a stroke.



Scott was born February 27, 1957 in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia to George and Beverly Ruth Manwaring Pepperdine. The family later moved to the central California coast where Scott attended Arroyo Grande High School and developed a love for the ocean. He served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Switzerland Geneva Mission, serving mainly in France. He married Carol Clement in the Provo LDS Temple, September 1, 1984. After graduating from Brigham Young University, where he joined the Marine Corps Reserve, he attended and graduated from Officer Candidates School in Quantico, Virginia. During the four years Scott served as an officer in the Marine Corps, the family lived in Virginia and Hawaii. They later moved to Utah where he worked for several companies in computer technology and programming until his stroke.



Scott enjoyed the out-of-doors and horses and worked on a ranch in Nebraska before his mission. He was a marksman, competing in national rifle and pistol competitions while in the military.



Survivors include his wife Carol of Spanish Fork, and children, Alyse (Matthew) Silski of Houston, Texas; George (Carolyn) Pepperdine of Spanish Fork; and Heather Pepperdine, currently serving in the Texas Lubbock Mission; and one grandson, Joseph Silski. He is also survived by a brother, Alan (Kristi) Pepperdine of Carrollton, Texas; sisters, Mary (Lorin) Mathews of Krum, Texas; Diana (James) Catlin of Cedar City, Utah; Karen Karl of North Richland Hills, Texas; Donna (David) Evans of Sterling, Virginia; Rosanna (Calvin) Hamilton of Baltimore, Maryland; and by nieces and nephews who loved his gift for storytelling. He is preceded in death by his parents and brother David.



Funeral services will be held Friday, June 27, at 10:00 a.m. at the Spanish Fork Stake Center, 1006 E. 200 S., Spanish Fork, Utah. Burial will be at Camp Williams with military honors.
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