June 14, 1934 – March 15, 2020
Frank R. Hipsher, age 85, retired owner/operator of Frank's Barber and Hairstyling, died Sunday, March 15, 2020. Frank was preceded in death by his parents, Fred and Lois Hipsher; and a brother, John Hipsher. Survivors include: wife of 58 years, Judy; daughters, Tammy Lusk and Patty Hipsher (David Blatt); brother, Paul Hipsher; grandchildren, Megan Lusk and Noah Blatt; great grandson, Scotty. Private family services will be held. Public Memorial Service at Westlink Church of Christ will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorials have been established with Simple House, 1910 W. Douglas, Wichita, KS 67216 and Westlink Church of Christ Mission Fund, 10025 W. Central Avenue, Wichita, KS 67212.
- Judy Hipsher, Wife
- Tammy Lusk, Daughter
- Patty Hipsher (David Blatt), Daughter
- Paul Hipsher, Brother
- Megan Lusk, Grandchild
- Noah Blatt, Grandchild
- Scotty Hutchinson, Great Grandchild
- Fred Hipsher, Father (deceased)
- Lois Hipsher, Mother (deceased)
- John Hipsher, Brother (deceased)
1910 West Douglas, Wichita, Kansas 67216
Westlink Church of Christ Mission Fund
10025 West Central Avenue, Wichita, Kansas 67212
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
March 29, 2020
Frank was a great next door neighbor, and was always giving me a bad time about mowing my lawn too soon! and that now he was going to have to do his! or he would ask, what did you do that for, now Judy will make me do mine! When I gave him a bad time back unexpectedly he would chuckle and shake his head. Going to miss that guy!
Judy, love the pictures you posted, you have a beautiful family. I am so sorry for you loss, but I am so thankful Frank does not have to go through all he was headed for.
Love You All,
March 18, 2020
Rest Frank, until you hear at dawn,
the low, clear reveille of God.
Thank you for your service to this nation.
March 18, 2020
Thank you for sharing these pictures of Frank, his family, your trips and his barbecuing.
When I hit a deer in my car, Frank shared the story of his dating days and hitting a horse. We shared a good life. (And, by the way, it didn't discourage his dating.) I'll miss Frank. He was a good guy.