Linda Kay Lippincott

August 30, 1941July 12, 2018

Linda Kay “Lippy” Beaty Lippincott age 76 of Conway, AR passed away on July 12, 2018. She was the widow of Obed “Bud” Lippincott Jr. Lippy was born on August 30, 1941 in Taylorville, IL to Claude and Julia Ruth Hawkins Beaty. Lippy was currently employed as a Deputy County Clerk for Faulkner County. She had previously worked at Kimberly Clark, CAPCA, and as a hairdresser. She always had a smile on her face, never met a stranger and if you were, you became a new friend. She loved to cook and was always bringing goodies to work or wherever she went. Lippy was an active member at Central Baptist Church and loved to share with you about her faith in her Lord and Savior. Lippy is survived by four sisters, Betty Jones, Anna Lou Alexander, Barbara Prater, Sue Thomas (Ward) and one brother Larry Beaty (Diane), sister-in-law Martha Beaty, 13 nephews and 9 nieces. She is preceded in death by brothers Rodell, George and Donald, three brother-in-laws, two sister-in-laws and two nephews. Visitation will be held on Tuesday, July 17 from 6 – 8 PM at Central Baptist Church in Conway, AR. Burial will be in Melvin, IL. Lippy will be missed by many, many friends especially the birthday gang and the Friday Night Card Party friends. No longer in pain, she is celebrating in heaven with Jesus, Bud and other family and friends. No flowers please.


  • Visitation Tuesday, July 17, 2018

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Kathy Douglas

July 19, 2018

My sweet Aunt Linda always made us find our laughter and lifted us up when we were sad. I will always remember visiting Aunt Linda when my sister, Jane and myself were in college. We would always be laughing and just enjoying being around her. She always brought joy to our family!! I know our sweet Aunt is up in heaven singing and enjoying everyone else. What an angel she is!!

Rhonda Wharton

July 17, 2018

Lipton was always sweet and had a smile and kind word for everyone she met. I feel privileged to have known her and worked with her. I counted her as a friend. She will be missed. Love and prayers for the family.

Trudy Holliman

July 17, 2018

I had the privilege of working with Lippy and gaining a very dear friend! She was the most outgoing, jolly, hard working, loving and giving person one could call a friend! She loved her Father God and would share the love of Jesus with anyone anywhere! Her favorite holiday was Christmas! She would decorate, make candies and cookies to share! She would keep everyone informed as to how many days it was until Christmas! I can still see her and hear her shouting it as she walked by us all and oh, that smile!! So thankful she is at home now and enjoying all things that God has promised her! Enjoying Bud and many loved ones and friends! Love and miss her but wouldn't call her back for anything! She ran the ultimate race and is in no more pain or fear! Praise God! RIP Lippy! Praying for her family and friends!!

Eric Glover

July 17, 2018

Lippy was a true and faithful friend. It mattered not where you saw her, you were greeted and loved on the same. She was such an inspiration to all - so positive and uplifting. She brought joy to all during our time together at Kimberly-Clark. Each time our paths have crossed since, I got a hug and a smile. Recently, it has been via Facebook, but she was as wonderful as always. I know she and Bud are happily reunited. She will be missed by all.

Jean Underwood

July 17, 2018

Special friend to all. Loved working with her at Kimberly Clark.

Wanda McCorkle

July 17, 2018

I enjoyed working with Linda at KC. Such a wonderful sweet lady.

Debbie Hampton

July 17, 2018

I worked with Lippy at Kimberly Clark in Conway. I will miss her tight hugs and great advice. She was an angel on earth to me.

Sandra Shaffer

July 15, 2018

Lippy had the most beautiful smile and very contagious laugh! She was part of our original GNO ( girls night out) crew. I enjoyed her stories and her talk about her love of Jesus! We had many laughs and cries. I will miss my friend. Love you always GNO Ladies of Central.

Melinda Reynolds

July 15, 2018

To the family of Mrs. Lippy, I got the opportunity to work with her while I was County Clerk and she was an inspiration to all of us. There was never a day that she didn't have a smile and a positive word for everyone she came in contact with. She will be missed and her friendship I will always cherish. Rest in Peace Lippy. Until we meet again.

Margaret Darter

July 15, 2018

Lippy has been such a joy from day one of meeting her. She was joyful, uplifting & funny. I loved working with her & will miss our sweet sweet Lippy.