Conrad Dippel

August 21, 1947May 9, 2019

Conrad Dippel passed away peacefully on May 9, 2019. Conrad was a native Houstonian, a Son of the Republic of Texas, and very proud of his Texas heritage. He loved horses, jeans, boots, and cowboy hats.

Conrad served his community as a Houston Police Officer for 20 years becoming an expert in accident investigation. He shared his expertise both inside and outside the department in numerous classes and seminars where his teachings provided valuable experience and guidance to the next generation of investigators. After retiring from the police force, Conrad pursued accident investigation consulting. He also provided escort for large loads, providing the opportunity to see much of the Western US first hand. He enjoyed traveling the country and experience new sights and sounds. And, he had a rescue service for stranded boaters out of Clear Lake.

In his spare time Conrad was an avid supporter of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo for 20 years. He always enjoyed participating in the calf scramble. He enjoyed hunting, salt water fishing, and photography. But his eyes lit up when he talked about his time as a pilot. You could tell it was pure joy for him to be flying.

He is survived by his daughter, Tiffany Dippel Endsley, his sister, Candice Dippel Carrigan , and his niece and nephew, Cristina Carrigan, and John Conrad Carrigan. Graveside services are scheduled for Wednesday, May 15, 2019, at 1:00 at Earthman-Resthaven Cemetery, 13102 N. Frwy, in Houston.


  • Graveside Service Wednesday, May 15, 2019


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Jim Dozier

May 13, 2019

Conrad was my classmate in HPD Academy Class 36. He was a gentleman and a first class police officer and expert accident investigator.

Roger Dickson

May 12, 2019

My thoughts and prayers are with Conrad's family during this difficult time. He was a fine man and officer. I know he will be deeply missed by all that knew him and it was an honor to have served with him. Please accept my sincere condolences and may God grant you strength in the days ahead.

Steve Huhn

May 12, 2019

God Bless you Conrad. You will be missed.

Van Knox

May 11, 2019

Conrad and I were in the Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts together. We served at the Police Department at the same time, but never in the same division. I always considered Conrad a friend. May God Bless his family. Van Knox Class 34.

ted rayon

May 11, 2019

rest in peace

Ken & Cathy White

May 10, 2019

Our deepest sympathy and condolences to Conrad's family. Over the last 45 years or so , Conrad and I have shared so many life experiences as police officers and friends. He was a wealth of expertise and many times I sought his professional opinion on investigative matters. Even as his health started to wain, he never lost his sense of humor. But now, all his pain is gone, for there is none in Heaven. Sit tall in the saddle my friend, you are riding for God, the Head Wrangler. We will all see you soon.

Don & Barbara Cotten

May 10, 2019

Rest in Peace our friend. There are many memories of stories and fun times we shared that will always be in our hearts, as you will be.
Tiffany, and Candace, may your memories comfort you in the days to come.
We love you my one day older friend!

Ron Cunningham

May 10, 2019

R.I.P. my brother, over the years we became friends and worked together on many Extra jobs. May God bless you and your family.

Douglas Hudson

May 10, 2019

I worked with Conrad in the Accident Division for many years. He was a great person and a professional police officer

Diana Bestt

May 10, 2019

So sorry for your loss! Keeping your family in my prayers! 🙏❤️💐