Sharon K. Peppinger

In Loving Memory

Sharon K. Peppinger, 67, of Rich Hill, Missouri passed away February 13, 2016 at Bates County Memorial Hospital in Butler.  Cremation with graveside services 11:00 am Saturday February 20th, in Benjamin Cemetery, Amoret, Missouri.  Contributions are suggested to Benjamin Cemetery.  Services under the direction of the Mullinax Funeral Home of Butler (660-679-0009).  Messages of condolence may be left for the family at  


Sharon Kay McCoy Peppinger was born March 15, 1948 in Toppenish, WA to Charles and Minnie (Noah) McCoy.  She worked for Chef Ready for many years and sold Avon.  Sharon attended the Church of the Nazarene in Pleasanton, KS.  She loved to fish, crochet, play cards, listen to her country music and keep up with friends and family through her computer.

Sharon was preceded in death by her parents and siblings, Jean Purdy, Charles McCoy, Harlan McCoy, Pansy Purdy, and June White.  She is survived by her daughters and their families, Anita Rookstool of Othello, WA, Tammy Deal of Hume, MO, Genny Kees of Fontana, KS, and Karen Peppinger of Kansas City, KS, adopted daughters, Beth Lane of Marcus, WA, and Margie Miller of Pleasanton, KS, 13 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, siblings, Zola McCoy of Orchard, NE, Donald McCoy of Grandview, WA, Bob McCoy and Ruby Tackett both of Zillah, WA.

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7 thoughts on “Sharon K. Peppinger

  1. She was a dear friend. She will be dearly missed. My husband and I became acquainted when she began attending the church we pastored in Pleasanton. We had the privileged to lead her to the Lord. She loved her Lord and Savior. She did everything she could do to follow the God she loved. We had many laughs and fun together. We had a joke between us calling ourselves the wallflowers. Just recently she sent me a message saying she was missing her wallflower. I missed her too. She is now with her Lord and Savior. She will be missed by everyone.

  2. So Very sad to here of her passing. Sharon and I became friends when we were 16 and lived in LaCygne, went to high school together.

  3. Sharon and I were not only nurse and client, we were friends. Every Friday when left, I always told her I would see you on Facebook. I will miss my friend. To the family, I am sorry for your loss.

  4. I love and will miss you. We had some great times together when we were younger. And not so good. Over all we still love each other. I will miss our times with the stickers. And the love we shared thru them. RIP Aunt Sharon. Xoxo

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