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|Full name||Audrey Frances Peppe|
|Country represented||United States|
October 12, 1917|
New York City
|Died||April 1, 1992
Queens, New York
|Home town||Long Beach, New York|
|Former coach||Beatrix Loughran|
|Skating club||Skating Club of New York|
|Retired||1939 Turned professional in 1940 & ran the figure skating program at Sun Valley, Idaho Later taught skating at the Skating Club of New York|
Peppe was the 1936 U.S. bronze medalist and 1938-1939 silver medalist. She lost the 1938 national title to Joan Tozzer by 1/10 of a point. Peppe competed at the 1936 Winter Olympics, where she placed twelfth in the singles event. She turned professional in December 1939.
Peppe was the niece of Beatrix Loughran, who also coached her. Her husband's name was David Benner. She divorced David Benner. In 1944 she married Robert Rapee son of Symphony Conductor Erno Rapee. They had one Child Suzanne. Audrey was chosen for 3 Olympic Teams 1932 Lake Placid,1936 Berlin,1940 canceled by World War II
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