Mary B. Tippit

November 3, 1928April 10, 2021

Mary B. Tippit, of Hazelwood, Missouri, passed away Saturday, April 10, 2021 at her home. She was born November 3, 1928, to Paul and Dorothy Brown, nee: Glenn. They have preceded her in death. She is also preceded in death by her beloved daughter Cassandra Harvey, grandchildren Brian Englund, Todd Harvey, Joshua Harvey, and her sister Ellen Powell.

Mary is survived by her loving husband Louis Tippit; her children: Barbara Brown and Susan Starr (Robert); stepson Louis D. Tippit, stepchildren: Donna Nash (Dan), John Harper (Judi), and Georgia Carlson; grandchildren: Skylar Tippit, Kary Harvey, Dawn Dennison (Jonathan), Jamie Krechel (Randy), Candi Aldrian (Jon), Tanya Sisco (Mark), Arianne Fox (Mike), Travis Englund, Ann Nash, Patrice Hasz (Shawn), Jeanne Harz (Jay), Ben Nash (Aimee), Jacob Nash (Hannah), Rachel Gierke (Chris), and Cole Nash; 33 great-grandchildren, and 15 great-great grandchildren.

Following the service Mary will be laid to rest at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. Her family will then be sharing lunch together at Brookside Assembly of God Church, 12604 Missouri Bottom Road, Hazelwood MO 63042, while they share memories and stories. She was dearly loved and will be deeply missed by all who knew her.


  • Public Visitation

    Thursday, April 22, 2021

  • Second Visitation

    Friday, April 23, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, April 23, 2021


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Wayne Rosenthal

April 29, 2021

Lou, Barb, and Family,

My condolences on the loss of Mary. I know you and Mary from square dancing. She was a very fine person, and a very fine dancer. Whether it was a dance or a class, Mary always made the event more fun.

Wayne Rosenthal (Saint Louis, Mo)

Craig Sergel

April 23, 2021

My sincere condolences to louis and all of Mary’s family and friends. May God’s love and compassion comfort all.

aubrey fox

April 13, 2021

My Grandma Mary was an amazing Grandma.I remember when I was little she would come to our family reunions and she would never stop playing the outdoor games with us and it was really fun. She was really great and I will miss her.

Brian Fox

April 13, 2021

Grandma Mary was an amazing Grandma she loved us so very much. I remember when she would come to our family parties and she would have so much fun with us kids. I miss her so much and I wish I could have seen her just one last time before she passed away I bet she is having an amazing time with Jesus right now she was always a very nice person and I love her very much.

From: Brian F

Sheila Mertes

April 11, 2021

Mary and her family have been in my life for over 50 years. I always remember how she loved square dancing and even got her daughters involved in it. I also remember the delicious food she would cook and serve and she introduced me to a lot of healthy vegetables I had never tried before. She was also a very good “detective” with the girls. We would be told to keep the door shut when I spent the night and somehow she would know that we didn’t! Turns out later she had strategically put a match stick in the door and we didn’t know it and then we were caught when the match had fallen. I always felt love and warmth in her home and it was a second home to me. I miss her very much already. She is a wonderful person. May God bless all of you that are hurting at this time. Sheila