Mrs. Suzann Peppers is the Medical Preparedness Teacher for Marshall Technical School. With an abundant joy for others and a constant smile, she has brought our school and students the art of giving and the gift of healing.
After receiving her Bachelor's and Master's of Science in Nursing from Jacksonville State University, Mrs. Peppers quickly climbed the ladder at Marshall Medical Center South; within five years she earned her place from staff nurse on acute care to House Supervisor. She has also served as a clinical adjunct instructor in the nursing department at Snead State Community College since 2011. Considering her options and time away from her new husband, Mrs. Peppers joined our faculty full time in 2012. Her professional certifications include, Specialty V Teaching, Career Technical Education for Health Science; BLS for healthcare providers; BLS for healthcare provider certified instructor; and ACLS
Mrs.Peppers and her husband Riley are new parents and enjoy taking their new son to church at Mountainboro Missionary Baptist Church where she teaches the teenage Sunday School class.