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Kip Sturgeon grew up in Redlands and has since been a resident of Highland. He served as a construction battalion heavy equipment operator in the
United States Navy
Reserves. After his military service, Kip chose to continue with community service and in 1991 he was elected to serve on the East Valley Water District Board of Directors. For the next 23 years, he has worked to provide quality water and sewer service while maintaining the lowest possible rates. In addition to service in local government, he volunteered with many other organizations including the California YMCA Youth & Government Program, Burn Institute of Inland Empire and Childhood Cancer Foundation of Southern California. Kip was a member of the
of San Bernardino North and volunteered in the California State Militia Reserves as a Sergeant.
He is survived by his husband, Carl Kovach. Kip has been a mentor and friend to countless people in his lifetime. He would ask that everyone dedicate more to volunteering and causes that inspire them, be kind to each other and always be positive.
In lieu of flowers and gifts, the family asks donations be made the Highland Senior Center, P.O. Box 948 Highland, CA 92346.
Published in San Bernardino Sun on Aug. 11, 2014
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