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Harry G. Lippert, Jr.
  • January 04, 1943
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  • January 05, 2020

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Harry G. Lippert, Jr., 77, died Sunday January 5, 2020 in Ft. Myers, FL. Harry was born January 4, 1943 in Blue Island, IL, son of Harry Sr. and Caryl (Luscomb) Lippert. Harry spent his career in the plastics industry, traveling all over the world, most recently until his retirement from Extrusion Dies, Inc. of Chippewa Falls. Harry is survived by his wife Mary of Cameron; sisters-in-law Brenda Gengelbach of Elk Mound; Marsha Wiley and Evie (Dave) Frasch of Chippewa Falls; brother-in-law Randall (Vicki) Wiley of Portland, OR; daughters Karen (Tom) Brost of Milwaukee and Kim Hansen of Glendora, CA; niece Rebecca Wiley of Puerto Rico; nephew Chris Frasch of Clam Lake, Matt Frasch of Chippewa Falls and Ben (Channell) Wiley of Portland, OR. Harry was preceded in death by his parents and brother Carl Gengelbach. Harry will be most remembered for his wonderful sense of humor – how he could fill a room with laughter within minutes of entering. He will be dearly missed. Per Harry’s wishes there will be no service. Private burial will be at a later date. Memorials in Harry’s memory can be sent to the Barron County Humane Society, 1571 Guy Ave, Barron, WI 54812, or the Chippewa County Humane Society, 10501 Co. Hwy. S, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729, or to the charity of your choice. Arrangements are under the care and trust of Baldwin Brothers Funeral and cremation Society, Ft. Myers, FL. 

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  1. Jeff and Ginny Seckora says:
    10 Jan 2020
    Our deepest sympathy in the loss of Harry. He was truly one of a kind.
    He always found a way to make a person smile, from his own infectious, impish grin to his intense knowledge of the plastics industry. He worked hard and played harder, knowing that both were an important part of life.
    I had the pleasure of working with Harry at Extrusion Dies. The knowledge and "tricks of the trade" that he bestowed on so many left an indelible imprint. His friendship will never be forgotten.

  2. Tammy & Terry says:
    09 Jan 2020
    Sorry for your loss of Harry. Thoughts and prayers for Harry's family and loved ones.
    I had the pleasure of working with Harry at EDI and his sense of humor along with work ethic were the memories I have. Also, LOVED his stories and his way of delivering them!

  3. Joe Longtin says:
    08 Jan 2020
    Harry, your Spirit will always be missed on the dock at the Apostle Islands Marina in Bayfield, WI. To those who knew you, we will hold your memory close and to those who never met you, may your tales and stories hint at the dear friend that you were.

    Joe and Mona
    S/V Moonlight
    In Beautiful Bayfield, WI

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