Pepper Ross GOERTZ
1973 - 2018
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GOERTZ, Pepper Ross Pepper Ross Goertz, 44, of Austin Texas, passed away on May 22nd 2018 in Austin Texas. Pepper was born in Harlingen Texas on Oct 9th 1973 to Buzz Goertz and Georgia Bruner. He was their only child. He graduated from Victoria High School in 1992. He was working as a Team Lead for the Shelton Keller Group. Pepper loved everything Star Wars, and recently dedicated many hours to building and painting his many replicas. Pepper also was an avid BMXer since a very young age. He also spent a lot of his free time riding the dirt jumps and trails around Austin and was a large force in maintaining them as well. Pepper is preceded in death by his dad Buzz Goertz. Pepper is survived by his Mother Georgia Bruner and Step-Dad Dewey Bruner of Brownwood, TX; His Aunt Donna and Uncle Don McCarty of Littlefield, TX; Aunt Sheryln Sherrin of Brownfield, TX; Aunt Vickie and Uncle Steve Gayle of Denver City, TX and his Many friends and loved ones in who's hearts he will live on for a long time to come. He will be sorely missed. There will be a celebration of Pepper's life on June 9th from 5:00pm 7:00pm at the Ninth Street Dirt Jumps (Duncan Park) in Austin, TX (900 W. 9th St Austin, TX 79703).

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Published in Austin American-Statesman on Jun. 3, 2018.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
JUN
9
Celebration of Life
05:00 - 07:00 PM
Ninth Street Dirt Jumps (Duncan Park)
MEMORIES & CONDOLENCES
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June 8, 2018
I will miss you forever, and cherish every second I spent with you. I wish we could go back in time....since we can't, I will be looking forward to seeing you again.
Joan Cole
June 5, 2018
Hey, Pep, gonna miss so much your jabbering around here, gonna miss laughing with you over stupid stuff! LOL! Thank for being such a stand up Guy who pretended everything just rolled with the flow. Truth is you cared about people, and gave a lot of yourself. Thanks, for being part of my life. D
Deborah Ferguson
June 5, 2018
Diana Keller
June 5, 2018
Pepper time has passed but you were not forgotten.All of those childhood memories bro.
Rest in Peace brother.

Steve
Austin
June 3, 2018
I miss you brother. Life will not be the same without you
Shan S
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