Charles Lippert

State Journal-Register, Springfield, IL, May 22, 1989

Charles "Butch" Lippert, 41, of Route 2, Havana, died at 10:20 p.m. Saturday [May 20, 1989], in an automobile accident on the Manito blacktop near Havana.

Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Hurley Funeral Home, Havana, wih burial in Spring Lake Cemetery.

Surviving are his wife, Angela; one daughter, Tina Sue Lippert at home; two stepdaughters, Donna and Angela Danner, both at home; one stepson, Robert Danner at home; one stepgranddaughter; seven sisters, Loretta Hurt and Shirley Kelley, both of Havana, Colleen Otto of Lewistown, Sharon Richardson of Beardstown, Dixie Watkins of Astoria, Lenora Boeker of Oakford, and Leona {?}; and three brothers, Larry "Buck" Pierson and Wilbur Pierson, both of Havana, and Donald Lippert of Pekin.

Contributed by Sara Hemp


Dudley Eldon Lippert

State Journal-Register, Springfield, IL, July 13, 2004, Page: 13

Havana - Dudley Eldon Lippert, 77, of Havana died Thursday, July 8, 2004, at his home.

He was born July 22, 1926, in Mason County, the son of J. Evans and Telva Dobson Lippert. He married Joanne Blanchard in 1947 in Oregon.

Mr. Lippert worked as a school custodian and maintenance man, as a farmer and at a food store and clothing store. He was a member of Church of God of the Abrahamic Faith. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and the Korean War.

Survivors: wife, Joanne; two sons, Mark Lippert of Williamson, S. C., and Jon (wife, Revonda) Lippert of Pelzer, S.C.; daughter, Telva (husband, Greg) Elwell of Pelzer, S.C.; three grandchildren; a great-grandchild; brother, James Lippert of Rockford; and three sisters, Luella Eller of DuBois, Wyo., Nadine Ross of Kirkland, Wash., and Myrna Williams of Mount Morris.

Services: 2 p.m. today, Hurley Funeral Home, Havana, the Rev. Alan Cain officiating. Burial: Laurel Hill Cemetery, Havana.


Lena Lippert

1960, newspaper unknown, likely Chandlerville Times, Havana or Jacksonville papers

Mrs. Lena Lippert, 88, died Friday, Dec. 16, at her home in Snicarte.

She was born in Mason county, Jan 21, 1872, the daughter of William and Anna Meyer Blessman.

Her husband, Isaac, preceded her in death in 1943 and her daughter, Belva, preceded her in death in 1945. A sister, Mrs. Ella Kramer, Bath and several nieces and nepheeews survive.

She was a member of Hopewell Baptist church and was a faithful member up to her death and also a member of the Royal Neighbors Lodge at Snicarte.

Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Hopewell Baptist church with Rev. Verne E. Gerdes of Bath, officiating. Mrs. Olster Parrott and Mrs. Frances Eddy sang with Gerta Jean Parrott accompaning them at the piano.

Interment was in Snicarte cemetery with the Lintner Funeral home in charge of arrangements.

Pallbearers were Roscoe Lippert, Ira Waddell, Owen Kramer, Wallace Smith, Basil Taylor and Lyman Blessman.

Those in charge of the beautiful floral pieces were Gerta Fletcher, Arlene Schaeffer, Tillie Kester, Ione Taylor, Mabel Lane and Velma Sarff.

Contributed by Judy Ingram Schuur

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