Genevieve B. Lippert

May 26, 2017
Genevieve B. Lippert

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Genevieve B. Lippert, age 86 of Hendersonville, died Friday, May 26, 2017 at Mercy Medical Hospital in Sacramento, CA. Genevieve was born April 12, 1931 in Bismarck, ND, daughter of the late Pius Paul and Josephine Schiff.  Her husband, John J. Lippert of Steubenville, OH and Hendersonville, NC, preceded her in death. John and Gen were long-time residents of Hendersonville, NC and Great Falls, MT.

She is survived by her two children, John J. Lippert (wife Cynthia) and Brenda Zuccolotto (husband David) and her grandchildren, Bryn (husband Reed ) Huegerich, Hilary (husband Kestrel) Linder, Allyson (husband Vini) Letteri; Genevieve Virden, Ross Virden, Justin (wife Julia) Davidson, Sarah Davidson, and Brent Davidson. She was proud great–grandmother to Eloise, Isla and Beckett.

Genevieve loved her family as well as her friends from Shannon Road neighborhood, Immaculate Conception Ladies Guild, Kyocera co-workers, close family friend Joe Shebest, and Lake Pointe Landing. She was an avid player in the game of bridge and will be missed by her weekly bridge ladies and friends.

A Mass will be held at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church on Friday, June 9th at 2:00 pm in downtown Hendersonville.

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  • June 04, 2017
    Dale and Kathleen Nash says:
    Having been next door neighbors--in the 1960's--we appreciated the Lippert family. Condolences go to John and Brenda. We did get a note from your Mom around Christmastime. Thinking of you.

  • June 05, 2017
    Carol Dawson says:
    Gen was a special lady...God bless the family during this sad time.

  • June 08, 2017
    Joe Shebest says:
    I have had the pleasure of being friends with Gen for more than 20 years. In all that time she was always so positive of attitude, happy and cheerful. She always made a point of asking how I was doing and even how my family was. She loved to play bridge and was a very good player. She always asked me about my golf game. I will miss her. My thoughts and prayers to John and Brenda.