Francis “Frank” Eugene Pippin

January 22, 2019

Francis “Frank” Eugene Pippin was born on September 30, 1934, in Chipley, Florida, and was called home to be with his Lord and Savior on January 20, 2019 at the age of 84. Frank graduated from Bay High School in Panama City, Florida in 1952. He attended Pensacola Junior College for two years.

Frank worked in Mill Supply for 46 years including Industrial Marine Supply, Gulf Coast Marine and retired from Piping and Equipment in 1999.

Frank dearly loved his family, singing in the Allen Memorial Methodist Church Choir and the Gulf Coast Chorale. He also loved his Florida Gators and was a really great softball pitcher.

He was preceded in death by his parents William W. Pippin and Annie Lee Ward Pippin. Frank is survived by his loving wife Carole Lee Dubus Pippin, they would’ve celebrated their 65th Wedding Anniversary in April, his son Jeff Pippin (Sue), daughter Valerie Kelly (Jimmy); his grandchildren, Derek Hensel (Ashley), Shane Hensel, Dustin Pippin, Cassie Pippin and Ginger Lee (Scott). Great Grandchildren: Luke, Joshua and Harleigh Hensel, Toby Pippin, Brandon Wiggins (Amber), Cody Wiggins (Bailey) and several Great Great Grandchildren. His sisters: Patricia Perkins (Wayne), Beverly Warren (Bill), brother in law Robbie Dubus (Debbie). Sisters in law Sandie Dubus and Joann Dubus, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Services will be held at Allen Memorial Methodist Church 206 Pace Parkway, Cantonment, Florida, 32533, on January 23rd, 2019, with Pastor John Edwards officiating. Visitation beginning at 10 a.m. until noon with the service beginning at noon.

Pallbearers will be Tommy Nall, John Bledsoe, Charlie Campbell, Steve England, Andy Martin and Rusty Sparks.

Burial will be at Spruell Memorial Cemetery in Cantonment, Florida.

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