3551 Jimmy Lee Smith Parkway
Hiram, GA 30141
Phone: 770-943-8050 / 770-943-3547
Fax: 770-943-8189
Roy Pepperdine

Roy Allen Pepperdine

Monday, October 31st, 1960 - Saturday, November 14th, 2020
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Mr. Roy A. Pepperdine, age 60, of Cobb County, GA passed away peacefully on Saturday, November 14, 2020. Roy was born in Chicago, Illinois in October 1960 and was raised in Powder Springs, GA. He was the son of the late Robert E. Pepperdine and the late Esther F. Pepperdine.

Roy attended McEachern High School, in Powder Springs, GA. He later worked for Schwinn Sales South, where he had been a member of their BMX team in his youth. He later worked as a licensed sales agent for Coldwell Banker and dealt in land acquisitions and development for Masterpiece Communities.

On Roy’s entrepreneurial side, he dealt in foreclosed properties and appeared on Dave Del Dotto infomercials, and the Phil Donahue Show during that time. He also built residential homes under the name of West Star Properties, Inc. After he retired from the building business, he started Custom Signature Gold Carts and customized golf carts. “From Mild to Wild”, which was his slogan.

In Roy’s younger years, he had a passion for bull riding and won an American Cowboy Rodeo Association (ACRA) buckle. He also loved to travel to any destination that included the sand and sun.

Roy had been residing at Anderson Mill Health and Rehabilitation Center in Austell, GA, since June 4, 2011.
Roy is survived by his wife of 35 years, Suzanne Pepperdine; sister, Robin Roberts; niece, Michele Offutt, and her two children Aiden and Asher; and niece, Lauren Roberts.

A private burial will be held at Paulding Memorial Gardens.

In Lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, American Parkinson’s Disease Association, or Parkinson’s Foundation.

Bellamy Funeral Home of Hiram is honored to serve the family of Mr. Roy A. Pepperdine of Cobb County, Georgia.
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    Paulding Memorial Gardens
    3566 Jimmy Lee Smith Pkwy
    HIRAM, GA 30141
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Wendell O Rakestraw

Posted at 04:28pm
Family; my thoughts and prayers to each of you in the passing of Bro Roy. I knew him and his wife Suzanne from years ago when I would sell and deliver him hay for his horses on Gaydon Rd in Powder Springs. Roy was a nice person and always smiling with something good to say to you. I moved from Dallas to Centre, Al in 2000 and still live. I have not forgot him as a nice person. May God bless and comfort the family. Wendell O Rakestraw, Centre, Al

Suzanne Pepperdine Posted at 06:21pm

What a wonderful surprise, to receive your condolences and prayers all the way from Centre, AL. Thank you for sharing your memories of Roy, and kind words of him. It is greatly appreciated. I hope life has been treating you well, since we last saw you. Be blessed, and stay healthy always!

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