Louis W. Pippin
July 25, 1934 - February 23, 2019
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Louis “Louie” Pippin, 84, Springfield, Mo. passed away February 23, 2019, at Mercy Hospital. Mr. Pippin was born to parents Lester and Malissa Pippin who precede him in death, as well as two sisters, Etta and Carrie, and two brothers, Lester Ray and Guy. He is survived by three nieces, Doris Watt, Mary Giboney, and…

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David Nash left a message on February 27, 2019:
RIP Mr. Pippen and sympathies to his family. He always struck me as the very definition of erudite. He was kind, friendly and engaging. He always called me Daw•veed ... French pronunciation of David. I will never forget him.
Larry Wrinkle left a message on February 27, 2019:
Mr. Pippin was an advisor and friend when I was in Lebanon HS back in 68-72. I always enjoyed his wit and advice. The world is better because of him. Larry Wrinkle
Ann Elizabeth Compton left a message on February 27, 2019:
Louis Pippen was one of the most brilliant, witty, and kind people I have ever met. He loved his work as a librarian, and instilled the love of reading and research in many students. Literature has lost one of its best cheerleaders.
George Graddy left a message on February 27, 2019:
We certainly lost a great ambassador!
George Graddy left a message on February 27, 2019:
I've been a member of the northside community for over 40 years. And, yes, Louis was know fondly by northside neighbors and friends! Whether he was in my pharmacy or outside of the store, he always was sociable and polite to take all of the time in the world to visit and share his concerns. Sincerely, George Graddy
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Sandra McClure left a message on February 27, 2019:
Mr Pippin was a kind and wonderful person and gave me my first job the first year of high school. He helped me find a confidence I did not know existed. Rest in peace Mr. Pippin! Prayers for your family and friends!
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