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1942 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Paul J. Hipp Jr. Obituary
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July 19, 2018

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August 4, 2017
Dear Lil, deepest sympathies on Paul's passing. Me and my sons have good memories of sitting with you guys at Lernerville, back in the day. You were both so kind to us. Keep the memories always in your heart, I am sure there are many good ones!
Lorraine Kobert
August 2, 2017
Lil, I wanted so badly to come and pay my respects and give you and yours my sympathies, but I just couldn't get there. I apologize, but just let me say that Paul was always one of my favorite people and the many years we spent together at the Pitt football and basketball games are some of my best memories. Paul was, without a doubt, a very unique person and though we drifted apart the last few years, he was never far from my thoughts. I hope that you are doing okay and are comforted by the fact that Paul had so many friends.
July 31, 2017
Paul had always said that with the possible exception of Andrew Carnegie, he was the most successful Braddock person ever. He was undoubtedly correct. He knew his computer systems, his coins, his sports, and his flea market dealings and was a success in them all. His biggest success, however, was in being the center of a fine family and group of friends who will miss him.
July 31, 2017
Farewell to my fellow Westinghouse TeleComputer Center co-worker, as good a friend and excentric a character as could ever be. A true-blus sports fan of all Pittsburgh area teams (Pitt, Steelers, Penguins, Pirates, and the Braddock Tigers), he was known from Johnstown to Wheeling as the nemesis of enemy goal tenders who quite often knew him by name but always by being victims of his good-natured verbal assults. What good memories of good times you have left behind. You will be in out thoughts always.