OBITUARY

Donald L Lippert

May 7, 1957April 19, 2019

Donald L. Lippert, 61, of Chambersburg, passed away Friday, April 19, 2019 at UPMC Pinnacle West Shore Hospital. He was born on May 7, 1957 in Clearfield the son of Wilmer F. Lippert Sr. and Alice (Lindstrom) Lippert. On July 28, 1979 he married Cynthia (McCracken) Lippert. He was a graduate of Clearfield Area High School in 1975, he received his associate’s degree from DuBois Business College and a bachelors in IT from Central Penn College. Donald was employed at the Naval Base in Mechanicsburg, PA as a computer programmer. He was a member of Shawville United Methodist Church and Marion First United Methodist Church. He enjoyed golfing with his brothers, nephew and daughter. He also enjoyed hunting, fishing, bowling, traveling and spending time with family. Donald is survived by his loving wife of 39 years, Cynthia Lippert of Chambersburg, his daughter, Alicia Lippert of Chambersburg; four siblings: Ray Lippert of Clearfield, Dean (Ellen) Lippert of Clearfield, Bruce (Lori) Lippert of Woodland, Anna (Jake) McGarry of Lumber City; and a sister-in-law, June Lippert of WA; numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Wilmer F. Lippert Sr., infant son and a brother, Wilmer Lippert Jr. “Bud”. Burial will be in Crown Crest Memorial Park. A memorial service will be held at 11am on Saturday, May 4, 2019 at Shawville United Methodist Church with Rev. Robert Henry officiating. A celebration of life cook out will follow the service at Craig McCracken’s house in Shawville. Arrangements are under the direction of the Bennett and Houser Funeral Home, Inc. Memorial contributions may be made to the Shawville United Methodist Church. Please go online to share memories and online remembrances at www.bennettandhouser.com or www.mem.com

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, May 4, 2019

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Roger Lippert

April 25, 2019

So many great memories of Don. Thanksgiving was always special because our family and his always had Thanksgiving together. It was great to be able to keep in touch with him via Facebook. A recent memory was driving from Texas and when I arrived, I posted that I had just arrived. Almost instantaneously, Dom msgd that they were in Clearfield and having ice cream and invited me to join him, Cindy, and Alicia. That was so much like Don. He always wanted people to feel welcome no matter where he was. He was much more than just a cousin. He was my friend and I will miss him so much. RIP Don.

Debra McGonigal

April 23, 2019

Cindy and Alicia i am so sorry for your loss.I'll always remember Don for his funny jokes. He was a Special guy.Prayers,Love and Hugs