Dean Pippin Obituary, Death – “Squeek” Dean Pippin has sadly died unexpectedly, leaving loved ones and family and the entire community in grief and agony according to an online share.
At the age of 91, Virgil “Squeek” Dean Pippin passed away at the Boone Hospital in Columbia, Missouri on December 19, 2022. He considered the municipality of La Plata in the state of Missouri to be his home. “Pippin was born on August 2, 1931 in Triplett, Missouri, to parents Robert Edward Pippin and Eva (Billups) Pippin. His grandparents were also named Robert Edward Pippin and Eva (Billups) Pippin. Pippin was raised in Triplett for the majority of his childhood. Florence Colleen Rhoades, whom he married on March 9, 1952 in La Plata, Missouri, passed away on November 9, 2017, having preceded him in death. The couple had been married for 65 years. It was on March 9, 1952 that the wedding took place.
The ceremony of marriage took place on March 9, 1952. The year was 1952. Along with his parents, he was preceded in death by one daughter by the name of Nancy Haley, two sons-in-law by the names of Jeffrey Gwinner and Baxter Haley, and one daughter-in-law by the name of Kay Pippin. He was preceded in death by his three sisters, Stella Tuggle, Peggy Thomas, and Judy Brown; his brother, Jimmy Pippin; and his three brothers-in-law, Bill Tuggle, Bobby Buck, and Larry Voyles. In addition to his parents, he was also predeceased by his three brothers-in-law, Bill Tuggle, Bobby Buck, and Larry Voyles. Additionally, he was the only member of his immediate family to have survived.
Considered to have survived the assault are the following individuals: two sons, Victor Pippin and his wife, Diana, of La Plata, Missouri, and Robert Pippin of Atlanta, Missouri; two brothers, Glen (Sherry) Pippin and Loren (Patsy) Pippin, both of La Plata, Missouri; two sisters, Verna Buck and Cora Voyles, both of La Plata, Missouri; brothers-in-law; sisters-in-law; one daughter, Cindy Gwinner of Eldon, Missouri. During the Korean War, Virgil was a member of the United States Army and was able to put his skills to use for his country. He had served his country honorably during the war.
Up until the year 2018, he spent the majority of his life in Elmer, Missouri, which he considered to be his hometown. However, in 2018, he relocated to La Plata, Missouri. His regular place of worship was the Elmer Baptist Church, which he had been attending for a considerable amount of time. He had been going there for a long time. Visitation will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, December 28, 2022, and will be followed by a memorial service that will begin at 11:00 a.m. Both services will be held at Travis Funeral Chapel in La Plata, Missouri, which is located in the same city.
The body has been cremated, and at some point in the future, it will be laid to rest at the Missouri State Veterans Cemetery in Jacksonville, Missouri. Memorial contributions can be made in Virgil’s honor to either the Elmer Baptist Church or the Missouri State Veterans Cemetery. Elmer serves as the home base for both of these organizations. You are more than welcome to send them to Travis Funeral Chapel, which can be found at 125 S. Church Street, La Plata, Missouri 63549, or drop them off at the location in person.”