Pippin Traudel Kellogg Roe
Pippin Traudel Kellogg Roe
"Be like nothing but …

black water in the moonlight" ~ PTKR

Pippin Traudel Kellogg Roe was born Nov. 9, 1974 in Greenville, NH at Brookwood Ecology Center and died approximately July 9, 2014 in Roxbury, MA of yet undetermined causes.

Pippin studied at Boston Museum School of Fine Arts, briefly in Amsterdam, and graduated from San Francisco Art Institute in 1997 in Interdisciplinary Studies and Painting BFA. She recently took psychology classes in preparation for a master's program in art therapy. Pippin did an internship at SFAI in art therapy and found it to be her own most healing personal therapy. A talented artist, she especially enjoyed painting flowers, had several shows of her paintings, and recently won an award in the Fitchburg Museum "Spring into Bloom" show. Of late she had embraced beading with semiprecious stones. Her laugh was contagious. She loved performance art, dancing and drama and participated in numerous performances over her short life. Pip was a member for years of YRUU (Unitarian Religious Youth Group) and belonged to First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church in Fitchburg, MA. Her creativity, light and courage touched many.

She is survived by her mother, Nancy Kellogg of Hardwick, VT; father, Eugene I. Roe of Greenville, NH and Fitchburg, MA; brothers, Zebadiah Gabrielle Kellogg-Roe of NH, Micah Shalom Kesselman of Boston, MA, Jon Roe of Keene, NH, Ben K. Roe of Arlington, MA; sister, Laurel Roe Hicks of Gastonia, N.C; grandparents, W.H. (Tim) and Grace Kellogg in Wauwatosa, WI; aunts, Ginger (John) Lang, Concord, MA, Mary Beth (Mike) Wild, Hubertus, WI, Karen (Tom) Kress, Sparta, WI, Kristi Funke, (Joe) Kalispell, MT; uncle Steven Kellogg, Thiensville, WI; and great uncles Charles (Alice) Kellogg, Waukesha, WI, and Pat (Lavonne) Kellogg, New Port Richey, FL; and many cousins and friends throughout the country.

A Celebration of Pippin's life will be held at First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church in Fitchburg, MA, on August 10, 2014 at 2:00 pm. The reception will include a showing of her collected paintings. A trust is being formed in Pippin's memory to develop housing and appropriate support for dual diagnosis bipolar women. Details at [email protected] Immediate memorial donations can be sent to First Parish Church Universalist Unitarian Church at 923 Main St., Fitchburg, MA 01420. Memoirs may be shared at www.facebook.com/pippinmemorial.
Published by Sentinel & Enterprise on Aug. 3, 2014.
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September 1, 2014
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August 30, 2014
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August 30, 2014
kristin
August 29, 2014
Hi Pippin, I am thinking of you like I do every day. I miss you so much. The leaves are changing and it just reminds me of all the color you brought into all of our lives. Life just isn't the same. Give my Dad a hug for me. Love Sue
Susan Cahill
August 28, 2014
You will always live in our hearts, Pippin.
August 13, 2014
Pippin, you will always be a part of me. I will never forget you. Rest now, Pip.
Love, Z
Z Linger
August 10, 2014
We have known Pippin from the very beginning, from a sweet child to the gifted talented woman,She became. Always wearing her precious infectious smile for me, whenever we met. She is smiling down on us, now and forever.
Rick and Cheryl BeauSoleil
Rick & Cheryl BeauSoleil
August 10, 2014
I am sad to hear of Pippins passing. She was a beautiful and delightful child. I could never forget how knowleageable she was about books and theater at a young age. You are in our hearts and prayers, may you rest in peace.

Diane Lizotte Krock
Diane Lizotte Krock
August 6, 2014
my favorite memory of pippin is the time she came rushing in the door of the first parish church, just as the service was ending. she had a bouquet of wild flowers and a big smile. she shyly, but proudly placed her offering in front of the pulpit,and quickly took her seat. that was pippin. she was just what her name would suggest,an irrepressible, unbounded spirit, what used to be called a free spirit. she was all of that! the world will be a poorer, drearier, and less interesting place without her. However, luckily for us, we still have our memories. Bon Voyage Pippin! Thank You for all the Memories.. Lisa
Lisa Parsons
August 5, 2014
I have met Pippin and did not get to really know her well.I am saddened that I never knew what a talented women she was. Her talent will live on even after God has taken her hand. You are in the good Lords hand. He will watch over you and your love ones through these hard times ahead. Let the lord heal your wounds and Know Pippin is home
jennifer Nichols
August 3, 2014
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