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Mavis Ann Lippert
08/06/1935 — 09/18/2020
From Richland, WA | Born in Chamberlain, SD
Mavis Ann Lippert
Mavis A. Lippert, long time Richland resident, lost her battle with Alzheimer’s on September 18, 2020 at the age of 85. She is at peace.
Mavis was born in Chamberlain, South Dakota on August 6, 1935, the only child of Emil and Leone Kayser.
She is survived by her loving husband of 63 years, Norman, her son, Tim, of Norman, OK, daughter Terri and husband Dean Oberlander of Richland, WA., her grandchildren, Cory & Morgan Oberlander, and Samuel Lippert.
Mavis was preceded in death by her father and mother, two infant daughters and one infant son. She was a member of Richland Lutheran Church, Richland, WA.
Mavis was a caring person, an RN who worked in the states of VA, PA, & SD. before working at Kadlec Medical Center from 1969 to 1978. She was also coordinator for Columbia Park Pain Clinic from 1978 until 1991.
Her many enjoyments in life included fishing, camping and anything family related. She was a wonderful wife, mother, and grandmother, and will be missed by all who knew and loved her.
An Inurnment Graveside service for immediate family only, will be conducted, with Sunset Memorial Gardens of Richland; Einan’s at Sunset were in charge of the arrangements.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Good News Media Ministry- 901 Van Giesen, Richland, WA 99354 or the Chaplaincy Health Care, 1480 Fowler St. Richland, WA 99352
or to a charity of your choice.
Mavis and I worked together at Kadlec after I finished the LPN program at CBC. We worked swing shift, on surgical floor. She was a wonderful and caring person.
Mavis and I worked together at the Columbia Park Pain Clinic . She was an excellent nurse, kind and compassionate, but she was an even better friend ! I’m lucky to have known Mavis and Norm for the last 40 years. My dear friend, you will be missed 💔
Many memories,withMavis, rest in peace
I worked with Mavis at Kadlec when I was young woman starting my career in the 1970’s. I have remembered her all these years. When she went to work for Dr. Sen starting a pain clinic I thought this was amazing and those patients would have such an understanding nurse.
Mavis was one of the best. She affected many lives in a positive, caring way.
I only met Mavis a couple of times, but over the last 27 years her son Tim has told me many wonderful stories of Mavis and Norm. I know she was loved and will be greatly missed. My wife Chrissa and I send all our love to the whole Lippert family. Love and please take care.
Kevin and Chrissa Nordquist
Mavis was a good friend and neighbor, I used to visit with her every day
will really miss her.
Mavis was a wonderful human being. She always treated us like part of her family! We loved her, and will miss her very much.
You will be missed Aunt Mavis. Our condolences to Uncle Norman, Tim, Terri, and Grandkids.
Rest in peace, Aunt Mavis. You will be missed. Love you! ❤️
I love you Mom.