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Maxine JoAnn Kipp, 72, of Julesburg, Colo., died June 30, 2010.

She was born March 29, 1938, in Brule, Neb., to James and Ella (Bauer) Comer.

She worked at the bank in Brule, later ran the Montgomery Ward store, and then worked at First National Bank of Julesburg where she retired in November 1992 after 25 years of service.



She married Joe Kipp on May 27, 1956, in Brule, Neb.

She enjoyed playing bridge, bowling for the little brown jug, golfing and going to the cabin in Nederland, Colo., in the summertime. She also enjoyed going to Lake McConaughy – fishing, boating, and spending time with friends and family at their trailer on Catfish Road. Her hobbies included gardening, quilting, sewing, and crocheting.



Survivors include son, Scott (Jan) Kipp of Julesburg, Colo.; daughters, Lucy (Tom) Kropp of Holyoke, Colo., and Wendy (Steve) Myers of Julesburg, Colo.; brothers, Jim (Rosie) Comer of Holyoke, Colo., and Kenny (Fran) Comer of Brule, Neb.; sisters, Mary Lou (Paul) Crews of Lake McConaughy; and Lois Schuett of Kearney, Neb.; 11 grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents, James and Ella Comer; husband, Joe Kipp, and nephew, Dan Comer.

Maxine JoAnn Kipp, 72, of Julesburg, Colo., died June 30, 2010.

She was born March 29, 1938, in Brule, Neb., to James and Ella (Bauer) Comer.

She worked at the bank in Brule, later ran the Montgomery Ward store, and then worked at First National Bank of Julesburg where she retired in November 1992 after 25 years of service.

She married Joe Kipp on May 27, 1956, in Brule, Neb.

She enjoyed playing bridge, bowling for the little brown jug, golfing and going to the cabin in Nederland, Colo., in the summertime. She also enjoyed going to Lake McConaughy – fishing, boating, and spending time with friends and family at their trailer on Catfish Road. Her hobbies included gardening, quilting, sewing, and crocheting.

Survivors include son, Scott (Jan) Kipp of Julesburg, Colo.; daughters, Lucy (Tom) Kropp of Holyoke, Colo., and Wendy (Steve) Myers of Julesburg, Colo.; brothers, Jim (Rosie) Comer of Holyoke, Colo., and Kenny (Fran) Comer of Brule, Neb.; sisters, Mary Lou (Paul) Crews of Lake McConaughy; and Lois Schuett of Kearney, Neb.; 11 grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents, James and Ella Comer; husband, Joe Kipp, and nephew, Dan Comer.

Maxine JoAnn Kipp, 72, of Julesburg, Colo., died June 30, 2010.

She was born March 29, 1938, in Brule, Neb., to James and Ella (Bauer) Comer.

She worked at the bank in Brule, later ran the Montgomery Ward store, and then worked at First National Bank of Julesburg where she retired in November 1992 after 25 years of service.

She married Joe Kipp on May 27, 1956, in Brule, Neb.

She enjoyed playing bridge, bowling for the little brown jug, golfing and going to the cabin in Nederland, Colo., in the summertime. She also enjoyed going to Lake McConaughy – fishing, boating, and spending time with friends and family at their trailer on Catfish Road. Her hobbies included gardening, quilting, sewing, and crocheting.

Survivors include son, Scott (Jan) Kipp of Julesburg, Colo.; daughters, Lucy (Tom) Kropp of Holyoke, Colo., and Wendy (Steve) Myers of Julesburg, Colo.; brothers, Jim (Rosie) Comer of Holyoke, Colo., and Kenny (Fran) Comer of Brule, Neb.; sisters, Mary Lou (Paul) Crews of Lake McConaughy; and Lois Schuett of Kearney, Neb.; 11 grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents, James and Ella Comer; husband, Joe Kipp, and nephew, Dan Comer.

Maxine JoAnn Kipp, 72, of Julesburg, Colo., died June 30, 2010.

She was born March 29, 1938, in Brule, Neb., to James and Ella (Bauer) Comer.

She worked at the bank in Brule, later ran the Montgomery Ward store, and then worked at First National Bank of Julesburg where she retired in November 1992 after 25 years of service.

She married Joe Kipp on May 27, 1956, in Brule, Neb.

She enjoyed playing bridge, bowling for the little brown jug, golfing and going to the cabin in Nederland, Colo., in the summertime. She also enjoyed going to Lake McConaughy – fishing, boating, and spending time with friends and family at their trailer on Catfish Road. Her hobbies included gardening, quilting, sewing, and crocheting.

Survivors include son, Scott (Jan) Kipp of Julesburg, Colo.; daughters, Lucy (Tom) Kropp of Holyoke, Colo., and Wendy (Steve) Myers of Julesburg, Colo.; brothers, Jim (Rosie) Comer of Holyoke, Colo., and Kenny (Fran) Comer of Brule, Neb.; sisters, Mary Lou (Paul) Crews of Lake McConaughy; and Lois Schuett of Kearney, Neb.; 11 grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents, James and Ella Comer; husband, Joe Kipp, and nephew, Dan Comer.

Maxine JoAnn Kipp, 72, of Julesburg, Colo., died June 30, 2010.

She was born March 29, 1938, in Brule, Neb., to James and Ella (Bauer) Comer.

She worked at the bank in Brule, later ran the Montgomery Ward store, and then worked at First National Bank of Julesburg where she retired in November 1992 after 25 years of service.

She married Joe Kipp on May 27, 1956, in Brule, Neb.

She enjoyed playing bridge, bowling for the little brown jug, golfing and going to the cabin in Nederland, Colo., in the summertime. She also enjoyed going to Lake McConaughy – fishing, boating, and spending time with friends and family at their trailer on Catfish Road. Her hobbies included gardening, quilting, sewing, and crocheting.

Survivors include son, Scott (Jan) Kipp of Julesburg, Colo.; daughters, Lucy (Tom) Kropp of Holyoke, Colo., and Wendy (Steve) Myers of Julesburg, Colo.; brothers, Jim (Rosie) Comer of Holyoke, Colo., and Kenny (Fran) Comer of Brule, Neb.; sisters, Mary Lou (Paul) Crews of Lake McConaughy; and Lois Schuett of Kearney, Neb.; 11 grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents, James and Ella Comer; husband, Joe Kipp, and nephew, Dan Comer.


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