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Mary Verna Pippin

Mary Verna Alexander Pippin, 73, died Monday, February 11, 2013, in Metairie, Louisiana. Born in Hiseville, she was a daughter of the late Joseph B. and Mary Marcum Alexander, and had resided in New Orleans for a number of years.

Survivors include two children, Darrell Richards and Mary Jo Richards Exposito; six grandchildren, Courtney, Darelynn, Cassidy, Kennidy, Jonathan Alexander, and Chaz; two great-grandchildren, Raelynn and Jayleigh; two brothers, Bill Alexander and Glenn Alexander; one sister, Sue Nell Grider.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Vernon Pippin; one brother, Joe Alexander; and one sister, Anna Katherine Strader.

Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m. Sunday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home with burial in the Hiseville Cemetery. Visitation will be after 12 noon Sunday at the funeral home.

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7 Entries for Mary Verna Pippin

  1. Goebel Reece says:

    I remember Mary Verna as a joy to be near. My thoughts and prayers are with Mary’s family.
    A classmate at Hiseville High. Goebel Reece

  2. Betty Ward Wyatt says:

    Mary and I were classmates and friends. She practiced with my hair for her beautician course, in Bowling Green as well as roommates. She will be missed.

  3. Vicki Hatcher Britt says:

    We am so sorry to hear of Mary Verna’s passing. Our family lived next door to Joe B and “Miss Mary”, and we knew all their children , especially Mary Verna, since she was still in school and living at home at the time. She was a lovely person and our hearts go out to the family.

    Vicki Hatcher Britt
    Brenda Hatcher Lohden
    Laura Hatcher

  4. Melvin Cloyd says:

    Mary Verna was highly respected and a well liked member of our Hiseville High School Class of 1957. She was friendly to everone and always had a kind smile. Mary was especially known as an outstanding cheerleader with great enthusiasm. She was highly regarded and will be missed.

    Condolences to her family.

    Melvin Cloyd

  5. preston&wilma gooden says:

    I remember Mary Verna as a kind and compassionate person and She surely will be missed by classmates,Family and Her many friends. I have known Her and Her family since the early fifties. Our Heart goes out to the remaining Family members.
    Preston and Wilma and Family

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  7. Sam Terry says:

    Mary Verna was always a favorite cousin. Her enthusiasm and smiling personality were always a highlight of any gathering.