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Suzanne Livermore-Moser

09/29/1935 - 04/21/2024


Obituary For Suzanne Livermore-Moser

Suzanne Livermore Moser gained her wings on Sunday, April 21, 2024, at Monument Health Hospice House.

Suzanne was born September 29, 1935, in Rapid City to Wallace & Lucille Koppmann. She married Bruce Livermore in 1955. To this union, they had two children. For 29 years, Suzanne and Bruce ran Black Hills Electronics. During this time Suzanne had also started her own metaphysical Agape Book Shoppe and became a minister and created Christ Light Center in Rapid City and was one of the first Certified Energy Transfer Reset Practitioners.

After Bruce’s death, Suzanne married Robert Moser. Suzanne continued to work full-time in various jobs until she was 82. Suzanne was a Master Reiki and would get asked to heal many people, whether it was on the phone or in person. Suzanne even tried to keep healing herself while in hospice.

Suzanne cherished her time with her grandchildren, whether it was going out on picnics or cruising the Black Hills, especially Iron Mountain Rd where you could see Mt. Rushmore through the tunnels and honk as you went through them.

Suzanne is survived by her son, Russell Livermore (Carleen) of Rapid City and Sheryl Chmielewski (Marc) of Round Lake, IL, stepdaughters Stacey Pataski and Kim Staab, both of Rapid City, stepdaughter Andi Freisen of Kansas, and stepson Mike Moser in Chino Valley, AZ,;18 grandchildren, 18 great grandchildren and 2 great-great grandchildren; Sister Lavonne Glynn (Marty) of Bozeman, MT and brother Douglas Koppmann (Sue) of Rapid City. Suzanne is preceded in death by her husbands, Bruce Livermore and Robert Moser and her parents Wallace & Lucille Koppman.

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  • 04/25/2024

    My sister, Suzanne, was always there to share tears and laughter with me mostly over the phone as we lived in different states after I finished school. She loved to celebrate birthdays with all in her family. She loved to encourage and pray for everyone. I will miss picking up the phone to give her a call. It's not everyone who gets to share their lives with their sister for 84 years; I've been very fortunate. I miss you Suzanne. Love, your sis, Vonnie Glynn

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